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Identity and pathogenicity of Fusarium spp. isolated from wheat fields in Queensland and northern New South Wales
To establish the identity of Fusarium species associated with head blight (FHB) and crown rot (CR) of wheat, samples were collected from wheat paddocks with different cropping history in southernExpand
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Pathogen population structure and epidemiology are keys to wheat crown rot and Fusarium head blight management
This paper summarises the key findings from recent research on the population genetics and epidemiology of Fusarium pathogens causing head blight and crown rot of wheat in Australia and how thisExpand
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Genetic diversity of Australian Fusarium graminearum and F. pseudograminearum
Genotypic diversity in Fusarium pseudograminearum and F. graminearum from Australia and the relationship between diversity and pathogen aggressiveness for head blight and/or crown rot of wheat wereExpand
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Multiple Alternaria species groups are associated with leaf blotch and fruit spot diseases of apple in Australia
Leaf blotch and fruit spot of apple caused by Alternaria species occur in apple orchards in Australia. However, there is no information on the identity of the pathogens and whether one or moreExpand
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Timing of Infection and Development of Alternaria Diseases in the Canopy of Apple Trees.
Alternaria leaf blotch and fruit spot of apple caused by Alternaria spp. cause annual losses to the Australian apple industry. Erratic control using protectant fungicides is often experienced and mayExpand
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First Report of Soybean Rust (Phakopsora pachyrhizi) in Nigeria.
Rust caused by Phakopsora pachyrhizi H. & P. Sydow was observed for the first time on soybean (Glycine max [L.] Merr.) in Nigeria during the 1999 main soybean growing season. The disease was firstExpand
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Pathogenic variation of Alternaria species associated with leaf blotch and fruit spot of apple in Australia
Four Alternaria species groups (A. longipes, A. arborescens, A. alternata/A. tenuissima and A. tenuissima/A. mali) are associated with leaf blotch and fruit spot of apple in Australia. There is noExpand
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Dry Flower Disease of Macadamia in Australia Caused by Neopestalotiopsis macadamiae sp. nov. and Pestalotiopsis macadamiae sp. nov.
Incidence of dry flower disease of macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia), expressed as blight of the flowers and necrosis and dieback of the rachis, is increasing in Australia. In the 2012-13 productionExpand
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Mycelial compatibility reactions of Australian Fusarium graminearum and F. pseudograminearum isolates compared with AFLP groupings
Using the mycelial reactions of 435 combinations of 14 Fusarium pseudograminearum and 15 F. graminearum isolates, it was demonstrated for the first time that mycelial reactions/barrage formationExpand
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Passage through alternative hosts changes the fitness of Fusarium graminearum and Fusarium pseudograminearum.
Species of the necrotrophic fungal pathogen Fusarium that cause head blight and crown rot of cereals including wheat also infect a number of alternative host plants. This raises the prospect of moreExpand
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