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DATE

1957-03

AUTHORS

J. E. van der Plank

ABSTRACT

Three sorts of resistance are discussed. The first sort is racial resistance conferred by the genes known in international nomenclature as R1, R2. R3 and R4. There may be others. Racial resistance is overcome by appropriate races ofP. infestans, and the advantage from it appears to be necessarily lost in varieties that come to be the common varieties. The second sort is coupled with late maturity. Some very latematuring varieties, especially from continental Europe, have considerable resistance or tolerance. From its nature, this resistance cannot be transferred to early-maturing varieties. The third sort of resistance is apparent in the difference in resistance between varieties of about the same maturity : between, e.g., Sebago and Green Mountain. It seems to be inadequate inS. tuberosum for early varieties. Two possibilities are discussed as last hopes for the breeding of popular early-maturing varieties with stable resistance. It is possible that genes R1, R2, R3 and R4 confer other resistance besides racial resistance. It is also possible that there is an untapped source of resistance of the third sort in wild tuber-bearing species likeS. demissum. More... »

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72-75

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02851732

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