RAPD-PCR used to confirm that four pectic isozyme (zymogram) groups within the AustralianRhizoctonia solaniAG 8 population are true intraspecific groups
MacNish, G.C. and O'Brien, P.A. (2005) RAPD-PCR used to confirm that four pectic isozyme (zymogram) groups within the AustralianRhizoctonia solaniAG 8 population are true intraspecific groups. Australasian Plant Pathology, 34 (2). pp. 245-250.
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RAPD-PCRs were used to study 79 isolates of Rhizoctonia solani AG 8 representing four pectic isozyme groups [zymogram (ZG)] (ZG1-1, 1-2, 1-4 and 1-5) from various locations in southern Australia. RAPD-PCR was performed on all isolates using six primers and the relatedness of the isolates determined by generating a neighbour joining tree. All isolates were also grouped according to vegetatively compatible populations (VCPs). Within each ZG there were four to nine VCPs. These studies show that the AG 8 population contains four distinct groups that matched the four ZGs and support the concept that ZGs are distinct intraspecific groups.
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