Tamrika L. Hind-Lanoiselet

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Wheat streak mosaic, caused by Wheat streak mosaic virus (WMSV), is a recent disease of wheat in Australia. This study was conducted to investigate seed transmission of WSMV and is the first publication to report on the rate of WSMV seed transmission in artificially inoculated wheat cultivars (0.4%). Furthermore, seed transmission was shown to occur at very(More)
The potential of Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV) to infect and damage cool season crops in the grain belt of New South Wales, Australia, was investigated by serological tests on 24,689 dicot weed, grain, and forage specimens from 1999 to 2007 and infectivity/pathogenicity tests with six isolates. Natural infection by TuMV was common in Brassicaceae weeds.(More)
A series of experiments was performed to determine the effectiveness of stubble burning and dry heat on reducing the viability of sclerotia of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, the causal agent of Sclerotinia stem rot of canola. An intense fire in a uniformly dense triticale stubble led to the death of all sclerotia. However, in another burn with wheat stubble of(More)
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