L. G. Tyryshkin

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According to a study conducted in 2011–2012, Puccinia recondita populations from Ulyanovsk and Bezenchuk share one geographic range of leaf rust variety formation and dispersal. At the same time, a significant similarity between the structures of the Middle Volga population and of populations from the North Caucasus and Northwestern Russia was shown. Clones(More)
Molecular STS markers J13, Gb, and J09 were used for screening wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) accessions previously found to possess leaf-rust resistance genes according to test crosses or phytopathological tests. Specific amplicons were detected in all accessions assumed to possess the Lr9 gene, in nine of ten accessions with the conjectured Lr19 gene, and(More)
Leaf rust resistance was studied in barley accessions from the worldwide collection of the All-Russia Institute of Plant Industry. Most accessions described as highly resistant in the literature proved susceptible. High resistance at the juvenile stage was observed only for the cultivars Henry, Cebada Capa, Forrajera Klein, and Scarlet. Hybrid analysis and(More)
Different hypotheses concerning durable plant resistance against different pest were tested: 1) resistance is weak and polygenetically controlled; 2) resistance depends on "residual effect" of oligogenes that were overcome by pests. Contrast pair of plants and pests were used in experiments: wheat, barley--facultative parasite Bipolaris sorokiniana Shoem.,(More)
Wheat samples described in literature as resistant to septoria glume blotch were assessed for their response to inoculation with Septoria nodorum Berk. Three days after inoculation with the infectious agent, samples Klein Titan (k-41772), Mian Jang (k-61568), Walter (k-54585), Reisler (k-59505), Rempart (k-59493), PIN/BOW (k-62838), MN81330 (k-60785),(More)
Having studied genetic control of juvenile resistance to diseases in Aegilops tauschii Coss. samples from the VIR collection, we identified one dominant gene for effective resistance to leaf rust Lr41, seven recessive genes for resistance to septoriosis, and two recessive genes for resistance to dark brown leaf spot blotch.
Of 153 accessions reported to be resistant to leaf rust (Puccinia recondita Rob. ex. Desm.), only 70 were not affected by a pooled P. recondita population. According to phytopathological tests (inoculation with test clones), 14 accessions contained the Lr19 gene; 36, the Lr24 gene; 1, the Lr41 gene; and 19 presumably had the Lr9 gene. The presence of these(More)
Using the inoculation of both the intact plants of Triticum L. and leaf segments of the plant in the presence of kinetin with the complex population of Puccinia triticina Erikss, the genotype-dependent induction of resistance by kinetin was found. It was proved that this induction depends on the concrete gene of resistance of the plant and on the genotype(More)
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