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Emergence of wheat blast in Bangladesh was caused by a South American lineage of Magnaporthe oryzae
BackgroundIn February 2016, a new fungal disease was spotted in wheat fields across eight districts in Bangladesh. The epidemic spread to an estimated 15,000 hectares, about 16 % of the cultivatedExpand
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Mycoviruses in Fusarium Species: An Update
Fusarium is an important genus of plant pathogenic fungi, and is widely distributed in soil and associated with plants worldwide. The diversity of mycoviruses in Fusarium is increasing continuouslyExpand
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The MoT3 assay does not distinguish between Magnaporthe oryzae wheat and rice blast isolates from Bangladesh
The blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae is comprised of lineages that exhibit varying degrees of specificity on about 50 grass hosts, including rice, wheat and barley. Reliable diagnostic tools areExpand
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Cautionary Notes on Use of the MoT3 Diagnostic Assay for Magnaporthe oryzae Wheat and Rice Blast Isolates.
The blast fungus Magnaporthe oryzae is comprised of lineages that exhibit varying degrees of specificity on about 50 grass hosts, including rice, wheat, and barley. Reliable diagnostic tools areExpand
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Food Preference of Rehabilitated Asiatic Black Bear cubs in Lowland Tropical Forests of Northeast India
Observations were made on the feeding habits of Asiatic black bear (Ursus thibetanus thibatanus) cubs during their rehabilitation program in the lowland tropical semi-evergreen forests in Pakke TigerExpand
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Emergence of wheat blast in Bangladesh was caused by a South American lineage of Magnaporthe oryzae
In February 2016, a new fungal disease was spotted in wheat fields across eight districts in Bangladesh. The epidemic spread to an estimated 15,741 hectares, about 16% of cultivated wheat area inExpand