A survey of ryegrass endophyte ( Acremonium loliae ) in the U.K. and its apparent ineffectually on a seedling pest

@inproceedings{Lewis1986ASO,
  title={A survey of ryegrass endophyte ( Acremonium loliae ) in the U.K. and its apparent ineffectually on a seedling pest},
  author={Graham C. Lewis and Robert O. Clements},
  year={1986}
}
Acremonium loliae is an endophytic fungus which infects plants of perennial ryegrass ( Lolium perenne ), an important pasture grass in New Zealand and much of Western Europe. In New Zealand the endophyte–ryegrass association was found recently to give rise to tremorgenic substances (lolitrem A and B), which are the cause of a serious disorder of grazing and domestic livestock there. The endophyte also confers resistance in ryegrass plants to certain insect pests in New Zealand and enhances… CONTINUE READING

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