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Characterization of a new partitivirus isolate in verticillium dahliae provides further evidence of the spread of the highly virulent defoliating (D) pathotype through new introductions

AuthorsCañizares, M. Carmen; Pérez-Artés, Encarnación ; García-Pedrajas, María D.
Issue DateMar-2014
Citation12th European Conference on Fungal Genetics (2014)
AbstractVerticilum dahliae is a cosmopolitan soil fungus which causes important vascular diseases in a variety of crops, including olive trees, cotton and horticultural crops. The widespread of a highly virulent defoliating pathotype has greatly increased the threat posed by V. dahliae in certain crops like olive trees.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado en la 12th European Conference on Fungal Genetics (ECFG12), celebrada en Sevilla del 23 al 27 de marzo de 2014.
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