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The status of Eutypa lata as a pathogen.
Eutypa armeniacae Hansf. & Carter, sp. nov., an airborne vascular pathogen of Prunus armeniaca L. in southern Australia
A newly described Ascomycete, Eutypa armeniacae Hansf. & Carter, is shown to give the symptoms associated with "gummosis" disease of Prunus armeniaca L. (common apricot) in southern Australia.Expand
Production and Dispersal of Ascospores in Eutypa Armeniacae
Perithecia and ascospores of E. armeniacae may be produced on dead apricot wood for at least 5 years following maturation of the first stromata. Each winter, a stroma may produce new peritheciaExpand
Biological control of Eutypa armeniacae. III. A comparison of chemical, biological and integrated control
The protection of pruned apricot sapwood by benomyl, Fusarium lateritium and a combination of benomyl and F. lateritium against invasion by E. armeniacae was evaluated and compared in fieldExpand
The resistance of twelve varieties of Triticum vulgare to Erysiphe graminis tritici.
A genetic study has been made af the resistance af 12 varieties af Triticum vulgare ViII. to' a Sauth Australian isalate af Erysiphe graminis tritici. This callectian has been resalved intO' twaExpand
The quantity of inoculum required to infect apricot and other prunus species with Eutypa armeniacae
In the field, infection of apricot occurred when inocula of 10 or 100 ascospores of E. armeniacae were applied to wounds on the day of pruning. The proportion of wounds infected was doubled when theExpand
Epidemiology of leaf scald of barley
Studies on the spread of leaf scald of barley from an infection focus showed that infected straw was the source of primary inoculum. The disease progressed mainly between adjacent plants but pocketsExpand
Variation in the Pathogenicity of Eutypa lata (= E. armeniacae)
Evidence is advanced for the existence of pathotypes in Eutypa lata. Two groups of pathotypes, respectively of high and low virulence to apricot, were identified on the basis of the uniform patternsExpand
Mycosphaerella Pinodes II. The Phenology of Ascospore Release
Continuous sampling within the foliage zone of peas grown in field plots at the Waite Institute in two seasons has revealed details of the fluctuation with time and with moisture supply in output ofExpand
Additional genes in Triticum vulgare for resistance to Erysiphe graminis tritici.
  • M. Carter
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Australian journal of biological sciences
  • 1 November 1954
Additional genetic studies have been made of the resistance of Birdproof, Chul, and Normandie to races P and P-1 of Erysiphe graminis tritici.