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Verticillium chez l'aubergine à travers le projet Vasculeg. Bioagresseurs présents et caractérisation (1ère partie)

Abstract : Vascular wilt diseases of vegetable crops remain a major problem for eggplant growers in particular. After having used genetic resistance to Verticillium for several years, they are again confronted with the same problems. The VASCUleg project has led to a precise evaluation of the current situation on farms. Apart from the fungus that causes vascular disease, other pathogens are also present creating a whole range of bioagressors in different zones of production. The characterisation of isolated strains is quite complicated due to the complexity of Verticllium: new classification of Verticillium species, difficult identification of races and low aggressiveness of strains. V. dahliae is only one of the components of the parasite complex that provokes symptoms on grafted plants.
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François Villeneuve, François Latour, Théophile Théry, Christine Fournier, Patricia Erard, et al.. Verticillium chez l'aubergine à travers le projet Vasculeg. Bioagresseurs présents et caractérisation (1ère partie). Infos CTIFL, 2016, pp.40-48. ⟨hal-02637266⟩

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