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Spatial occurrence of the NYS-2010/11 population of <i>Phytophthora infestans</i> detected in western New York State.

By Giovanna Danies (662028), Kevin Myers (204940), María F. Mideros (680778), Silvia Restrepo (204944), Frank N. Martin (163808), David E. L. Cooke (132083), Christine D. Smart (680779), Jean B. Ristaino (294493), Abby J. Seaman (680780), Beth K. Gugino (680781), Niklaus J. Grünwald (132094) and William E. Fry (204943)


<p>Genotypes that are underlined are those detected in 2010 all other genotypes were detected in 2011. Genotypes shown in bold are those that were found in several counties (GDT-01, GDT-04, and GDT-08). In New York State we detected only A1 individuals in six counties, and only A2 individuals in another three counties. However, both A1 and A2 individuals were reported from yet two other counties. Because of our limited sample size, we cannot conclude with certainty that both mating types were not present in counties where only a single mating type was detected.</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, Northeastern United States, rg, clonal populations, blight disease, restriction fragment length polymorphism assay, linkage equilibrium, fungicide mefenoxam, United States, polymorphic probe, 2 mating types, parentage exclusion testing, microsatellite data, mitochondrial haplotype, microsatellite profiles, Ephemeral Sexual Population, New York State, phytophthora infestans, Canada Phytophthora infestans, 20 genotypes, genotypic characteristics
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0116354.g001
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