Novel fusarium wilt resistance genes uncovered in natural and cultivated strawberry populations are found on three non-homoeologous chromosomes

Dominique Pincot, Mitchell Feldmann, Michael Hardigan, Mishi Vachev, Peter Henry, Thomas Gordon, Marta Bjornson, Alan Rodriguez, Nicolas Cobo, Randi Famula, Glenn Cole, Gitta Coaker & Steven Knapp
Fusarium wilt, a soilborne disease caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. fragariae, poses a significant threat to strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) production in many parts of the world. This pathogen causes wilting, collapse, and death in susceptible genotypes. We previously identified a dominant gene (FW1) on chromosome 2B that confers resistance to race 1 of the pathogen, and hypothesized that gene-for-gene resistance to Fusarium wilt was widespread in strawberry. To explore this, a genetically diverse...
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