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Title: Genetic diversity of Bursaphelenchus cocophilus in South America
Authors: Silva, Ap
Parra, PP
Campos, VP
Guimarães, SSC
Ferreira, LG
Vicente, Claudia
Souza, RM
Mota, Manuel
Vieira, Paulo
Keywords: Aphelenchoididae
coconut palm
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Nematology
Abstract: Molecular characterisation of Bursaphelenchus cocophilus, the causal agent of ‘red ring disease’, is imperative for efficient identification procedures in Brazil and Colombia, because quarantine species such as B. xylophilus and B. mucronatus are already listed in both countries. ITS-1/2 region and D2-D3 segment of LSU rDNA were used to characterise isolates of B. cocophilus obtained from coconut plantations in Brazil and Colombia. Results from ITS-1/2 and LSU rDNA regions showed that all isolates of B. cocophilus from Brazil and Colombia formed a monophyletic group. The LSU rDNA region indicated that all isolates formed a single monophyletic group with high Bayesian posterior probability (100%). This is the first study on ITS-1/2 for the characterisation of B. cocophilus populations. A species-specific primer was designed for identification of B. cocophilus.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10174/20446
Type: article
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