Mashood Nasir

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Variation for virulence was examined amongst 39 isolates of Ascochyta lentis from Australia. The reactions of 22 lentil (Lens culinaris L.) lines showed considerable differences between isolates in their pathogenicity. The isolates of A. lends could be divided into six distinct pathotypes with different virulence patterns on the lentil lines ILL 358, ILL(More)
Surveys of lentil (Lens culinaris L.) seed samples produced in Victoria during 1995 showed that Ascochyta fabae f.sp. lentis was widespread in Victoria. The most severely infected samples came from the Horsham and Rosebery areas. Low levels of seed infection were observed in seed samples from Dooen, Gooroc, Kaniva, Laen, Tarranyurk and Watchem. The(More)
The ascochyta blight resistance of 14 chickpea cultivars, 29 imported chickpea lines and 38 local breeding lines to four Australian isolates of Ascochyta rabiei was investigated. Each isolate was tested individually on each chickpea genotype. There were no differences between the four isolates in their pathogenicity. However, there were large differences(More)
488 lentil (Lens culinaris) accessions from 25 different countries were evaluated in glasshouse tests for resistance to three Australian isolates of Ascochyta lentis. Disease symptoms on the different accessions ranged from small flecks (resistant) to extensive lesions on both leaves and stems with death of some plants (highly susceptible). No accession was(More)
The genetic variation of Ascochyta lentis in Australia was investigated using random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis of 23 isolates. Of the 87 loci assessed, 86 were polymorphic. The most closely related isolates were from Victoria and South Australia, and they shared identical banding profiles. The most genetically distant isolates were from(More)
Two separate observations from recent electrophoretic studies of the systematics and population genetics of laboratory-reared populations which had a long history of colonization in various laboratories, were found to be inconsistent with the present study which used wild-caught populations from East Malaysia. Reanalysis of the two data sets generally(More)
This paper presents the modeling, simulation and control of a grid connected doubly fed induction generator (DFIG) coupled with the wind turbine. Among all the renewable energy resources, wind energy is rapidly gaining interest of developed as well as underdeveloped countries. Due to the increase in demand of electrical energy and increase in environmental(More)
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