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Genetic analysis of Phytophthora infestans populations in the Nordic European countries reveals high genetic variability

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Genetic analysis of Phytophthora infestans populations in the Nordic European countries reveals high genetic variability. / Brurberg, May Bente; Elameen, Abdelhameed; Le, Ving Hong; Nærstad, Ragnhild; Hermansen, Arne; Lehtinen, Ari; Hannukkala, Asko; Nielsen, Bent J; Hansen, Jens Grønbech; Andersson, Bjørn; Yuen, Jonathan.

In: Fungal Biology, Vol. 115, No. 4-5, 01.05.2011, p. 335-342.

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Brurberg, MB, Elameen, A, Le, VH, Nærstad, R, Hermansen, A, Lehtinen, A, Hannukkala, A, Nielsen, BJ, Hansen, JG, Andersson, B & Yuen, J 2011, 'Genetic analysis of Phytophthora infestans populations in the Nordic European countries reveals high genetic variability', Fungal Biology, vol. 115, no. 4-5, pp. 335-342.

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Brurberg, M. B., Elameen, A., Le, V. H., Nærstad, R., Hermansen, A., Lehtinen, A., ... Yuen, J. (2011). Genetic analysis of Phytophthora infestans populations in the Nordic European countries reveals high genetic variability. Fungal Biology, 115(4-5), 335-342.

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Brurberg MB, Elameen A, Le VH, Nærstad R, Hermansen A, Lehtinen A, Hannukkala A, Nielsen BJ, Hansen JG, Andersson B, Yuen J. 2011. Genetic analysis of Phytophthora infestans populations in the Nordic European countries reveals high genetic variability. Fungal Biology. 115(4-5):335-342.

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Brurberg MB, Elameen A, Le VH, Nærstad R, Hermansen A, Lehtinen A et al. Genetic analysis of Phytophthora infestans populations in the Nordic European countries reveals high genetic variability. Fungal Biology. 2011 May 1;115(4-5):335-342.

Author

Brurberg, May Bente ; Elameen, Abdelhameed ; Le, Ving Hong ; Nærstad, Ragnhild ; Hermansen, Arne ; Lehtinen, Ari ; Hannukkala, Asko ; Nielsen, Bent J ; Hansen, Jens Grønbech ; Andersson, Bjørn ; Yuen, Jonathan. / Genetic analysis of Phytophthora infestans populations in the Nordic European countries reveals high genetic variability. In: Fungal Biology. 2011 ; Vol. 115, No. 4-5. pp. 335-342.

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abstract = "Late blight, caused by the oomycete Phytophthora infestans, is the most important disease ofpotato (Solanum tuberosum). The pathogen is highly adaptable and to get an overview of thegenetic variation in the Nordic countries, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden we haveanalyzed 200 isolates from different fields using nine simple-sequence repeat (SSR)markers. Forty-nine alleles were detected among the nine SSR loci and isolates from allfour Nordic countries shared the most common alleles across the loci. In total 169 multilocusgenotypes (based on seven loci) were identified among 191 isolates. The genotypic diversities,quantified by a normalized Shannon’s diversity index (Hs), were 0.95 for the fourNordic countries. The low FST value of 0.04 indicates that the majority of variation is foundwithin the four Nordic countries. The large number of genotypes and the frequency distributionof mating types (60 {\%} A1) support the hypothesis that sexual reproduction is contributingnotably to the genetic variation of P. infestans in the Nordic countries.",
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AU - Brurberg, May Bente

AU - Elameen, Abdelhameed

AU - Le, Ving Hong

AU - Nærstad, Ragnhild

AU - Hermansen, Arne

AU - Lehtinen, Ari

AU - Hannukkala, Asko

AU - Nielsen, Bent J

AU - Hansen, Jens Grønbech

AU - Andersson, Bjørn

AU - Yuen, Jonathan

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N2 - Late blight, caused by the oomycete Phytophthora infestans, is the most important disease ofpotato (Solanum tuberosum). The pathogen is highly adaptable and to get an overview of thegenetic variation in the Nordic countries, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden we haveanalyzed 200 isolates from different fields using nine simple-sequence repeat (SSR)markers. Forty-nine alleles were detected among the nine SSR loci and isolates from allfour Nordic countries shared the most common alleles across the loci. In total 169 multilocusgenotypes (based on seven loci) were identified among 191 isolates. The genotypic diversities,quantified by a normalized Shannon’s diversity index (Hs), were 0.95 for the fourNordic countries. The low FST value of 0.04 indicates that the majority of variation is foundwithin the four Nordic countries. The large number of genotypes and the frequency distributionof mating types (60 % A1) support the hypothesis that sexual reproduction is contributingnotably to the genetic variation of P. infestans in the Nordic countries.

AB - Late blight, caused by the oomycete Phytophthora infestans, is the most important disease ofpotato (Solanum tuberosum). The pathogen is highly adaptable and to get an overview of thegenetic variation in the Nordic countries, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden we haveanalyzed 200 isolates from different fields using nine simple-sequence repeat (SSR)markers. Forty-nine alleles were detected among the nine SSR loci and isolates from allfour Nordic countries shared the most common alleles across the loci. In total 169 multilocusgenotypes (based on seven loci) were identified among 191 isolates. The genotypic diversities,quantified by a normalized Shannon’s diversity index (Hs), were 0.95 for the fourNordic countries. The low FST value of 0.04 indicates that the majority of variation is foundwithin the four Nordic countries. The large number of genotypes and the frequency distributionof mating types (60 % A1) support the hypothesis that sexual reproduction is contributingnotably to the genetic variation of P. infestans in the Nordic countries.

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