Adaptability and stability mechanisms ofTriticeae tribe to epiphytoparasites in anthropical ecosystem

@article{Moskalets2017AdaptabilityAS,
  title={Adaptability and stability mechanisms ofTriticeae tribe to epiphytoparasites in anthropical ecosystem},
  author={V. Moskalets and T. Moskalets and S. P. Vasylkivskyi and I. Grynyk and A. H. Vovkohon and S. Tarasyuk and V. Rybalchenko},
  journal={Ukrainian Journal of Ecology},
  year={2017},
  volume={7},
  pages={230-238}
}
  • V. Moskalets, T. Moskalets, +4 authors V. Rybalchenko
  • Published 2017
  • Biology
  • Ukrainian Journal of Ecology
  • The most numerous and malicious types of pathogens fungal diseases of plants cultural cereals – Triticum аestivum  L . , Secale cereale L . та Triticum trispecies Shulind. in conditions of anthropical ecosystem Central Right-bank Forest-Steppe are Microdochium nivale (Fr.) , Blumeria graminis (DC.) f. sp. tritici Speer , Puccinia recondita Rob. ex. Desm f. sp. tritici та Tillitia caries (Tul.), Tillitia secalis (Korda, Kuhn) etc., manifestation of parasitism depends on genotypical, phenotypical… CONTINUE READING

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