Scientists from INRA (French national agronomic research institute) and breeders from French seed companies have collected some old cultivars of potato that were cultivated in France regions in the last centuries. This genetic material is maintained as in vitro plantlets and/or as field produced tubers. Passport data for these genotypes have been recorded when available and some of the cultivars have been assessed for agronomical traits, resistance to some diseases and pests and molecular diversity. In vitro plantlets and/or tubers maintained by INRA are available as genetic resource and diversity study material under demand.
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Occurrence; Genetic resources; Potato; Solanum tuberosum
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
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- Carpentier J., Grenier E., Esquibet M., Hamel L.P., Moffett P., Manzanares-Dauleux M., Kerlan M.C. (2013) Evolution and variability of Solanum RanGAP2, a cofactor in the incompatible interaction between the resistance protein GPA2 and the Globodera pallida effector Gp-RBP-1. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13, 87-100
- Fournet S., Kerlan M.C., Renault L., Dantec J.P., Rouaux C. & Montarry J. (2013). Selection of nematodes by resistant plants has implications for local adaptation and cross-virulence. Plant Pathology, 62(1): 184-193