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Combining R gene and quantitative resistance increases effectiveness of cultivar resistance against Leptosphaeria maculans in Brassica napus in different environments

. Fitt. Data curation: Yong-Ju Huang, Georgia K. Mitrousia, Siti Nordahliawate M. Sidique. Formal analysis: Aiming Qi. Methodology: Yong-Ju Huang, Siti Nordahliawate M. Sidique. Project administration ... : Bruce D. L. Fitt. Supervision: Yong-Ju Huang. Writing ± original draft: Yong-Ju Huang. Writing ± review & editing: Yong-Ju Huang, Georgia K. Mitrousia, Aiming Qi. 20 / 22 8. Stukenbrock EH, McDonald BA

Assessing Quantitative Resistance against Leptosphaeria maculans (Phoma Stem Canker) in Brassica napus (Oilseed Rape) in Young Plants

Quantitative resistance against Leptosphaeria maculans in Brassica napus is difficult to assess in young plants due to the long period of symptomless growth of the pathogen from the appearance of leaf lesions to the appearance of canker symptoms on the stem. By using doubled haploid (DH) lines A30 (susceptible) and C119 (with quantitative resistance), quantitative resistance...

Bolting and flowering control in sugar beet: relationships and effects of gibberellin, the bolting gene B and vernalization

Background and aims Bolting, the first visible sign of reproductive transition in beets (Beta vulgaris), is controlled by the dominant bolting gene B (B allele), which allows for flowering under long days (LDs, >14 h light) without prior vernalization. The B-locus carries recessive alleles (bb) in sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L. spp. vulgaris), so that vernalization and LDs are...