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Pathogen population structure and epidemiology are keys to wheat crown rot and Fusarium head blight management
This paper summarises the key findings from recent research on the population genetics and epidemiology of Fusarium pathogens causing head blight and crown rot of wheat in Australia and how thisExpand
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Identity and pathogenicity of Fusarium spp. isolated from wheat fields in Queensland and northern New South Wales
To establish the identity of Fusarium species associated with head blight (FHB) and crown rot (CR) of wheat, samples were collected from wheat paddocks with different cropping history in southernExpand
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Survey of Fusarium species associated with crown rot of wheat and barley in eastern Australia
Fusarium species associated with crown rot were isolated and identified from 409 wheat, barley or durum wheat crops from the eastern Australian grain belt between 1996 and 1999. FusariumExpand
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Genetic diversity of Australian Fusarium graminearum and F. pseudograminearum
Genotypic diversity in Fusarium pseudograminearum and F. graminearum from Australia and the relationship between diversity and pathogen aggressiveness for head blight and/or crown rot of wheat wereExpand
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Chickpea in wheat-based cropping systems of northern New South Wales. II. Influence on biomass, grain yield, and crown rot in the following wheat crop
Rotational effects of chickpea, an important N2-fixing pulse legume of the northern grains region, on subsequent wheat require quantification of the contribution of the legume to soil N and the NExpand
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Anatomy and physiology of graft incompatibility in solanaceous plants
Summary Graft incompatibility in solanaceous plants was investigated using representative cultivars of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.), eggplant (Solanum melongena L.), and pepper (Capsicum annuumExpand
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Evaluating ten spectral vegetation indices for identifying rust infection in individual wheat leaves
Ten, widely-used vegetation indices (VIs), based on mathematical combinations of narrow-band optical reflectance measurements in the visible/near infrared wavelength range were evaluated for theirExpand
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Climatic analysis of the distribution of Fusarium graminearum, F. pseudograminearum and F. culmorum on cereals in Australia
The distributions of Fusarium graminearum (Gibberella zeae), F. pseudograminearum (F. graminearum Group 1) and F. culmorum from cereals in Australia were determined from published survey data andExpand
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Interactions of temperature and water potential in displacement of Fusarium pseudograminearum from cereal residues by fungal antagonists.
Abstract Fusarium pseudograminearum (Fp) is a stubble-borne fungus that causes crown rot in wheat and barley. Displacement of Fp from stubble by other fungi was explored. Fungi were isolated fromExpand
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Mycogeography of Fusarium species in soils from tropical, arid and mediterranean regions of Australia
Twenty-two Fusarium species as well as three undescribed populations were recovered from 42 sites representing three different climatic regions: Darwin (tropical), Alice Springs (arid) and CedunaExpand
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