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“…Kelly (1992) transferred bc‐3 gene for BCMV resistance from small white (IVT 7214) to great northern and pinto beans. Coyne et al (1991)(1994, 2000) introgressed moderate levels of tolerance or avoidance for white mold from small black and navy to great northern and pinto beans. Tolerance to Fusarium root rot from Mesoamerica race beans was introgressed into race Durango pink, pinto, and red market classes (Burke, 1982a,b,c; Burke et al, 1995a,b,c; Hang et al, 1997, 1998; Kelly et al, 1990, 1999a,d; Schneiter et al, 1982, 1983; Silbernagel and Hang, 1997b, 1998).…”
Section: Broadening the Genetic Base Of Common Bean Cultivarsmentioning
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“…Kelly (1992) transferred bc‐3 gene for BCMV resistance from small white (IVT 7214) to great northern and pinto beans. Coyne et al (1991)(1994, 2000) introgressed moderate levels of tolerance or avoidance for white mold from small black and navy to great northern and pinto beans. Tolerance to Fusarium root rot from Mesoamerica race beans was introgressed into race Durango pink, pinto, and red market classes (Burke, 1982a,b,c; Burke et al, 1995a,b,c; Hang et al, 1997, 1998; Kelly et al, 1990, 1999a,d; Schneiter et al, 1982, 1983; Silbernagel and Hang, 1997b, 1998).…”
Section: Broadening the Genetic Base Of Common Bean Cultivarsmentioning
“…ND Pegasus has white flowers, and the seed of ND Pegasus is of the appropriate shape and color for the great northern market class. Moreover, seed of ND Pegasus was slightly larger than that of other cultivars (Tables 2 and 3), which is a desirable seed trait in the specific case of great northern beans being exported to European and Middle East countries (Coyne et al., 1991).…”
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“…Matterhorn is resistant (no disease symptoms) to the race 38 (Andean) of U. appendiculatus but exhibits an intermediate reaction or small pustules when inoculated with race 53 (Middle American) of the pathogen. The Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station released high‐quality great northern ‘Starlight’ (Coyne et al, 1991) and Weihing (Coyne et al, 2000). Starlight has good great northern seed type and an indeterminate semiprostrate growth habit Type III, and is susceptible to BCMV and BCMNV.…”
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