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Head blight caused by Fusarium graminearum (F. graminearum) is one of the major threats to wheat and barley around the world. The importance of this disease is due to a reduction in both grain yield and quality in infected plants. Currently, there is limited knowledge about the physiological mechanisms involved in plant resistance against this pathogen. To(More)
Fusarium graminearum is a hemibiotrophic plant fungal pathogen that causes head and seedling blight in wheat and other cereals; however little is known about the mechanisms involved in its pathogenicity. To examine the role of pathogen metabolites in pathogenecity, we studied the effects of F. graminearum crude extract on physiological and morphological(More)
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