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Researchers Find Potential Fusarium Wilt Resistance Gene in Tomato

13:00 EDT 13 Jun 2018 | ISAAA

The reduced mycorrhizal colonization (rmc) tomato mutant is unable to form mycorrhiza and is more susceptible to Fusarium wilt. The rmc mutant has a chromosomal deletion affecting five genes, one of which is similar to CYCLOPS. Loss of this gene is the cause for non-mycorrhizality in rmc, but not the enhanced Fusarium wilt susceptibility.The team o...

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