Difference between revisions of "Disease tolerance"

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1. The ability of a plant to continue growing without severe [[symptom]]s despite being infected ([[infection]]) by a [[pathogen]].<br><br>
 
1. The ability of a plant to continue growing without severe [[symptom]]s despite being infected ([[infection]]) by a [[pathogen]].<br><br>
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Rice varieties tolerate the pathogen attack without affecting yield.<br><br>
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Source: https://www.slideshare.net/CIAT/ecoefficient-agriculture-from-plant-pest-and-disease-management-perspective<br><br>

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1. The ability of a plant to continue growing without severe symptoms despite being infected (infection) by a pathogen.

ecoefficient-agriculture-from-plant-pest-and-disease-management-perspective-6-728.jpg

Rice varieties tolerate the pathogen attack without affecting yield.

Source: https://www.slideshare.net/CIAT/ecoefficient-agriculture-from-plant-pest-and-disease-management-perspective