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Andrew R. Jamieson, Kevin R. Sanderson, and Roger J.A. Tremblay

vigorous, resembling ‘Cavendish’ in habit, and they produce ample runners to establish matted rows. Plants are highly resistant to red stele root rot disease (incited by Phytophthora fragariae Hickman var. fragariae ) and moderately resistant to several

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Youngjae Oh, Jason D. Zurn, Nahla Bassil, Patrick P. Edger, Steven J. Knapp, Vance M. Whitaker, and Seonghee Lee

.) germplasm for aid in marker-assisted breeding, and marker-trait association for red stele ( Phytophthora fragariae ) resistance marker Rpf1. Master’s thesis, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR Nellist, C.F. Vickerstaff, R.J. Sobczyk, M.K. Marina

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Andrew R. Jamieson, Kevin R. Sanderson, Jean-Pierre Privé, and Roger J.A. Tremblay

program in 1996, which was used in breeding as a source of resistance to P. fragariae var. fragariae , which causes red stele root rot. The cross was made in the winter of 1997 in a greenhouse and seeds were extracted from mature fruit and sowed in

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Melinda A. Miller-Butler, Barbara J. Smith, Brian R. Kreiser, and Eugene K. Blythe

); identifying the Rpf1 gene for resistance to red stele root rot caused by Phytophthora fragariae ( Van de Weg et al., 1997 ); locating a quantitative trait locus (QTL) conferring resistance to C. gloeosporioides ( Anciro et al., 2018 ); and detecting the

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Andrew R. Jamieson

a diameter of 34.8 ± 1.55 mm; petals are longer (14.6 ± 0.97 mm) than they are wide (13.2 ± 0.79 mm). Disease Response Reaction to specific races of Phytophthora fragariae Hickman var. fragariae , the cause of red stele root rot, has not been

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Andrew R. Jamieson, Kevin R. Sanderson, Jean-Pierre Privé, and Roger J.A. Tremblay

Phytophthora fragariae Hickman var. fragariae , the cause of red stele root rot. Virus diseases of strawberries are uncommon in Atlantic Canada, and the virus tolerance of ‘Valley Sunset’ is unknown. Green petal disease (caused by clover phyllody phytoplasma

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Chaim Kempler, Hugh A. Daubeny, Brian Harding, Lisa Frey, Tom E. Baumann, Chad E. Finn, Shahrokh Khanizadeh, Andrew R. Jamieson, Kenna MacKenzie, Patrick P. Moore, and Mark Sweeney

does not appear to be a problem when grown under field conditions. ‘Stolo’ shows good field resistance to red stele caused by Phytophthora fragariae Hickman. ‘Stolo’ is highly tolerant to high populations of black vine weevil ( Otiorhynchus sulcatus

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Zongyu Li, R. Karina Gallardo, Wendy Hoashi-Erhardt, Vicki A. McCracken, Chengyan Yue, and Lisa Wasko DeVetter

and fruit rot ( Botrytis cinerea ). Oregon growers ranked botrytis flower blight and fruit rot as most important, followed by red stele ( Phytophthora fragariae var. fragaria ) powdery mildew, and virus diseases, whereas anthracnose ( Colletotrichum

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Travis L. Stegmeir, Chad E. Finn, Ryan M. Warner, and James F. Hancock

cultivated strawberry and thereby select elite germplasm ( Hancock et al., 2001a , 2001b ). At least eight wild clones have been introgressed into F . × ananassa since the 1920s ( Sjulin and Dale, 1987 ), bringing in such traits as day-neutrality, red

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Barbara J. Smith

anthracnose fruit rot caused by C. acutatum . ‘Pelican’ is also resistant to five races of red stele caused by Phytophthora fragariae . Evaluation of strawberry seedlings and advanced breeding lines from state and private breeding programs is an ongoing