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INHERITANCE OF THE RESISTANCE TO MELOIDOGYNE
COMBINATION OF THE RESISTANCE TO MELOIDOGYNE
andigena bacterial wilt Pseudomonas bacterial wilt resistance bulk adg bulk pollen collected collected from Neo-tuberosum combine and increase Cornell University crosses between diploid crosses were tested different diploid crosses Diploid clones resistant diseases dominant genes egg masses epistatic frequency of resistance galls or egg genotype Haploid Inheritance of resistance International Potato Center Jatala javanica level of resistance M.arenar M.hapla M.incogni M.incognita and M.javanica Maternal effects Meloidogyne incognita Meloidogyne spp ncogni Neo-tuberosum clones Neo-tuberosum population Number of seedlings ploidy pollinated with bulk rating index reciprocal crosses resistance to bacterial resistance to M.incognita resistance to M.javanica resistance to Meloidogyne resistance to P.solanacearum resistance to root-knot resistant clones resistant to M.arenaria root-knot and bacterial root-knot nematode Meloidogyne S.phureja S.sparsipilum selfed and testcross Solanum phureja Solanum sparsipilum source of resistance species of Meloidogyne species of root-knot susceptible clones Table testcross progenies tested for resistance tetraploid level tetraploid progenies three species tomato wilt Pseudomonas solanacearum