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Homoeologous chromosome exchange explains the creation of a QTL affecting soil-borne pathogen resistance in tobacco
Shi, R., Jin, J., Nifong, J. M., Shew, D., & Lewis, R. S. (2021, October 22). PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY JOURNAL.
By: R. Shi, J. Jin, J. Nifong, D. Shew & R. Lewis
2020 journal article
Characterization of Phn15.1, a Newly Identified Phytophthora nicotianae Resistance QTL in Nicotiana tabacum
PLANT DISEASE, 104(6), 1638–1646.
By: J. Ma, C. Heim, M. Humphry, J. Nifong & R. Lewis
Identification and editing of a hybrid lethality gene expands the range of interspecific hybridization potential inNicotiana
THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS.
By: J. Ma, W. Hancock, J. Nifong, S. Kernodle & R. Lewis
2019 journal article
Evaluating diverse systems of tobacco genetic resistance to Phytophthora nicotianae in Yunnan, China
PLANT PATHOLOGY, 68(9), 1616–1623.
By: J. Zeng, J. Nifong, Y. Liu, C. Huang, D. Fang, R. Lewis, Y. Li
Genetic analysis of Phn7.1, a major QTL conferring partial resistance to Phytophthora nicotianae in Nicotiana tabacum
MOLECULAR BREEDING, 39(1).
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