Comparative Host Susceptibility and Sporulation Potential of <i>Phytophthora ramorum</i> on Species, Cultivars, and Hybrids of Camellia

Fig. 1. Lesion size and sporangia production by camellia cultivars 7 days after inoculation of detached leaves with Phytophthora ramorum N10A. Data are the means of 3 leaves per plant, 3 plants per cultivar. Means that do not overlap at the 95% confidence interval are considered statistically different. Hybrid cultivar parentage where known: (i) ‘April Remembered’: C. japonica ‘Berenice Boddy’ × C. japonica ‘Dr. Tinsley’; (ii) ‘Coral Delight’:C. japonica × C. saluensis; (iii) ‘Spring's Promise’: C. japonica ‘Berenice Boddy’ × C. japonica ‘Kumasaka’; (iv) ‘Taylor's Perfection’: C. japonica × C. saluensis; (v) ‘Winter's Fire’: [C. hiemalis ‘Shishi-gashira’ × C. oleifera ‘Plain Jane’] × C. vernalis ‘Takarazuka’; (vi) ‘Winter's Snowman’: C. sasanqua ‘Nurumi-gata’ × C. hiemalis ‘Shishi-gashira’] × C. oleifera ‘Plain Jane’.



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Comparative Host Susceptibility and Sporulation Potential of Phytophthora ramorum on Species, Cultivars, and Hybrids of Camellia