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The occurrence of Fusarium poae (Peck) Wollenw. on oat (Avena sativa L.) panicles and its harmfulness
The presence of secondary metabolites of F. poae and group A trichothecene compounds: HT-2 toxins, diacetoxyscirpenol, and scirpentriol, were found in oat kernels obtained from panicles artificially infected with Fusarium poae.
Fungi infecting the roots and stem base of winter rye (Secale cereale L.) grown in the Lublin region (Poland)
The results of mycological analysis showed that the main pathogens infecting the roots and stem base of rye were the species Fusarium avenaceum and F. culmorum, which accounted for 24% and 25% of all isolates respectively.
Fungi infecting ornamental grasses and the pathogenicity of Fusarium culmorum (W.G.Sm.) Sacc. and Fusarium equiseti (Corda) Sacc. to selected species
The study on the health of ornamental grasses conducted in field conditions revealed the occurrence of plants with necrosis of the roots and lower stem internodes and the statistical analysis of disease indexes for plants that grew in the experimental combination with artificial infection of the subsoil with above- mentioned strains indicated significant differences.
The occurrence of Fusarium spp. on oat (Avena sativa L.) and susceptibility of seedlings of selected genotypes to infection with Fusarium graminearum Schwabe
The investigation of the susceptibility of 15 oat genotypes to infection with two Fusarium graminearum strains – Tz 56 and Tk 235 – was carried out under growth chamber conditions at a temperature of 22–23°C and relative air humidity of 85%.
THE PATHOGENICITY AND TOXIGENIC PROPERTIES OF Fusarium crookwellense L.W. Burgess, P.E. Nelson & Toussoun DEPENDING ON WEATHER CONDITIONS
Field inoculation experiments were performed during 2015–2017, in south-eastern part of Poland and F. crookwellense was estimated based on the kernels yield reduction of 10 selected oat genotypes, finding the highest average yield reduction was observed in year 2016.
FUNGI OCCURRED ON MARIGOLD (Tagetes L.) AND HARMFULNESS OF Fusarium SPECIES TO SELECTED CULTIVARS
Significantly, the lowest value of the disease index of cultivar ‘Bolero’ (T. patula) allows to accept that cultivar as the least susceptible to infestation by Fusarium spp.
FUNGI COLONIZING THE SOWING MATERIAL OF TURFGRASSES CONSIDERING SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CULTIVARS TO SELECTED PATHOGENS
The statistical analysis of disease indexes for plants that grew in the experimental combination with arti- ficial infection of the subsoil with above-mentioned strains as compared to the control in- dicated significant differences in all studied cultivars showed significant differences.
The occurrence of Fusarium spp. on winter rye (Secale cereale L.) and susceptibility of different genotypes to infection with F. avenaceum (Fr.) Sacc. and F. culmorum (W.G.Sm.) Sacc.
Genome sequence resources for the maize pathogen Fusarium temperatum isolated in Poland.
The genome sequences of two F. temperatum isolates isolated from corn ears in Poland provide important resources for understanding pathogenicity and biology of the pathogens within the Fusarium fujikuroi complex.
[Further studies on the antigenic structure of Brucella brucei and Pasteurella tularensis].
It was confirmed that standard Brucella brucei strains showed regularly the appearance of 6 precipitate lines in both cases in the cross test with heterologous and homologous antigens and precipitating sera.