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Pathogenic variability in Australian isolates of Ascochyta lentis
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 inExpand
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Screening chickpea germplasm for ascochyta blight resistance
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 wasExpand
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Prevalence of Ascochyta fabae f.sp. lentis on lentil seed from Victoria, Australia
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 fromExpand
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A rapid and sensitive polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay for detection of Ascochyta rabiei, the cause of ascochyta blight of chickpea
Ascochyta blight, caused by Ascochyta rabiei, is a major constraint to chickpea production in Australia. A diagnostic test based on restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis ofExpand
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Management of ascochyta blight in chickpeas in Australia
Ascochyta blight has constrained chickpea production in Australia. Therefore, control strategies are required to prevent major crop losses. Field experiments in 1998 and 1999 showed that all theExpand
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Reactions of lentil accessions from 25 different countries to Australian isolates of Ascochyta lentis
Abstract488 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 theExpand
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Field screening in Australia of lentil germplasm for resistance to botrytis grey mould
Lentil is a relatively new crop in Australia, having undergone a rapid expansion in planting area since new cultivars were released in 1994. However, botrytis grey mould, caused by the pathogensExpand
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Fungi associated with root rots of annual Medicago spp. in Australia
Surveys in 1980, 1981 and 1982 determined the incidence and severity of root rots of annual Medicago spp. in pastures in north-western Victoria. Root disease was evident in 117 of the 124 pasturesExpand
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Chemical control of asochyta blight of field peas
  • T. Bretag
  • Biology
  • Australasian Plant Pathology
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