An integrated genomics and effectoromics impulse for potato wart resistance management and breeding

PROJECTINFORMATIE
Projectnummer: 1406-056
Koepel: Better Plant sfor New Demands
Looptijd: 2015 - 2019
Budget publiek:  €  1.113.000
Budget privaat:  €  540.000
Projectleider: Jack Vossen
Kennisinstelling: -

SAMENVATTING
​Wart disease in potato is caused by the obligate biotrophic fungus Synchytriumendobioticum and is subject to quarantine containment. Unlike other diseases, the deployment of resistant varieties is the only disease management strategy. In this project we will acquire insights in the way polygenic disease resistance against obligate biotrophic pathogens is build up. This knowledge will be used to develop simplified, unambiguous functional and molecular tools for pathogen race typing, essential for resistance based quarantine management. Furthermore, the newly developed tools are essential to tag wart disease R genes in breeding programs, and to identify complementary wart resistance sources in breeding and germplasm material. This combined public private research effort will create a major breakthrough in potato wart disease resistance management and breeding.

VOORTGANG 2018
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VOORTGANG 2017
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VOORTGANG 2016
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VOORTGANG 2015
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