Yingpeng Guo

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Rhizoctonia cerealis E.P. van der Hoeven (anamorph of Ceratobasidium cereale D.I. Murray and Burpee), which causes sharp eyespot in wheat, is a major soilborne fungal pathogen that severely impairs yield and quality of winter wheat in China. Because the pathogen is difficult to identify and quantify in soil using conventional methods, a rapid and reliable(More)
Sharp eyespot on wheat is caused by Rhizoctonia cerealis anastomosis group D subgroup I (AG-DI) and is an economically important stem-base disease of wheat in temperate regions worldwide. However, the understanding about the field population structure of R. cerealis is limited. In this study, the genetic structure of four wheat-infecting populations in(More)
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