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|Title: ||Genetics of rate limiting disease reaction to Alternaria solani in tomato.|
|Authors: ||E S, Rao|
A D, Munshi
|Issue Date: ||2008|
|Citation: ||Rao, E.S.; Munshi, A.D.; Sinha, P.; Rajkumar. 2008. Genetics of rate limiting disease reaction to Alternaria solani in tomato. Euphytica, 159(1-2):123-134..|
|Abstract: ||A study was conducted to understand the genetics of rate limiting disease reaction to Alternaria solani in tomato. The results from ÷2 analysis and Castle Wright estimation revealed that resistance is an oligogenic character controlled by two to few genes. In general, the results for predominant gene effects reveal that both additive and non-additive effects are involved in the inheritance of early blight resistance. The results for predominant gene effects obtained for various crosses studied are discussed along with their implications for improvement of this trait.|
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