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The Clubroot Disease is among the most damaging diseases within the family of Brassicaceae. It is caused by the obligate biographic protist Plasmodiophora brassiere, which infects the host roots and causes large root galls, the so-called clubroots. The upper plant parts start to wilt and the yield is greatly reduced. Among Brassica crops are vegetable cabbages, but also rapeseed.

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