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Aggressiveness and its role in the adaptation of plant pathogens
Aggressiveness, the quantitative component of pathogenicity, and its role in the adaptation of plant pathogens are still insufficiently investigated. Using mainly examples of biotrophic andExpand
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Variation and selection of quantitative traits in plant pathogens.
  • C. Lannou
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Annual review of phytopathology
  • 2012
The first section presents the quantitative traits of pathogenicity that are most commonly measured by plant pathologists, how the expression of those traits is influenced by environmental factors,Expand
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Cereal variety and species mixtures in practice, with emphasis on disease resistance
Les varietes en melanges, de par leur diversite genetique, limitent le developpement des epidemies et des ravageurs. Cette diversite peut etre organisee selon notre connaissance des interactions hoteExpand
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Aggressiveness components and adaptation to a host cultivar in wheat leaf rust.
Experimental evidence on the capacity of pathogen populations to quantitatively adapt to their hosts and on the life traits that are involved is lacking at this time. In this article, we identified aExpand
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Distribution of pathotypes with regard to host cultivars in French wheat leaf rust populations.
ABSTRACT Isolates of wheat leaf rust collected from durum and bread wheat cultivars in France during 1999-2002 were analyzed for virulence on 18 Thatcher lines with single genes for leaf rustExpand
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Clonality and host selection in the wheat pathogenic fungus Puccinia triticina.
Clonal reproduction in Puccinia triticina, the cause of wheat leaf rust, has long been hypothesized but has never been demonstrated. Using a population genetics approach and microsatellite markers,Expand
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Early stages of septoria tritici blotch epidemics of winter wheat: build-up, overseasoning, and release of primary inoculum
Septoria tritici blotch (STB), caused by Mycosphaerella graminicola, is the most prevalent disease of wheat worldwide. Primary inoculum and the early stages of STB epidemics are still not fullyExpand
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Wheat Leaf Rust Uredospore Production on Adult Plants: Influence of Leaf Nitrogen Content and Septoria tritici Blotch.
ABSTRACT Leaf rust uredospore production and lesion size were measured on flag leaves of adult wheat plants in a glasshouse for different lesion densities. We estimated the spore weight produced perExpand
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Low diversity and fast evolution in the population of Puccinia triticina causing durum wheat leaf rust in France from 1999 to 2009, as revealed by an adapted differential set
No internationally agreed differential set is available for characterization of virulences in populations of Puccinia triticina causing wheat leaf rust on durum wheat. In a first step, 73 potentiallyExpand
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Factors of the Fusarium verticillioides-maize environment modulating fumonisin production
Fumonisins are mycotoxins mainly produced by two Fusarium species: F. verticillioides and F. proliferatum. These toxins are of great concern due to their widespread contamination in maize and theirExpand
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