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Paecilomyces variotii is one of the most important causal agents of dieback disease in pistachio (Pistacia vera) gardens. The disease affects different parts of the tree, such as branch and trunk. Assessment of genetic structure in different populations of this species will lead to more useful management of pistachio dieback disease. In this study, genetic variation within samples of P. variotii isolates from different geo-climatic origins of Kerman province was studied using ITS-RFLP analysis.doi:10.17795/gct-24340 fatcat:hvgfvuuverevzkwmtfiqva7iey