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The Study of Taiwan Aphelenchoides besseyi Genetic Variation and Its Relationship to Host Range
The purpose of this study is to find Aphelenchoides besseyi isolates in Taiwan that has different host range. By doing this, we hope to establish the genetic profiles of the Aphelenchoides besseyi isolates. During this proces, we can use the genetic variance found to build a primary evolution tree for the Aphelenchida, using Bursaphelenchus xylophilus that also belongs to this family and is economically important in Taiwan. From the gene variation found from those A. besseyi isolates that has different host range, we expected to find the gene(s) that is responsible for the parasitic mechanism(s). By studying the function and the inheritance of this gene, we would be able to predictthe adaptation ability of this genus and the data wound serve as a disease prevention guide line.
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