Population genetic structure of Plasmopara viticola in the Western Cape Province of South Africa
Plasmopara viticola populations in South Africa were studied for two consecutive grape growing seasons, in an organically managed and a conventional fungicide-sprayed vineyard. Three to four samplings in each season were genotyped with four microsatellite markers (GOB, CES, ISA and BER). Population differentiation (Fst) between the conventional fungicide-sprayed vineyard and organically managed vineyard was low (0.004 and 0.016) in both growing seasons, suggesting one metapopulation. However,...[Show more]
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