Genetic variation of aggressiveness in individual field populations ofFusarium graminearum andFusarium culmorum tested on young plants of winter rye

@article{Miedaner2005GeneticVO,
  title={Genetic variation of aggressiveness in individual field populations ofFusarium graminearum andFusarium culmorum tested on young plants of winter rye},
  author={Thomas Miedaner and Angela G. Schilling},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={102},
  pages={823-830}
}
Fusarium graminearum andF. culmorum are capable of infecting winter cereals at all growth stages. From natural field epidemics of wheat head blight and rye foot rot, three fungal populations were collected with 21, 38 and 54 isolates, respectively; their aggressiveness was analyzed in comparison to collections ofF. graminearum (25 isolates) andF. culmorum (70 isolates) that represent a wide range of geographical locations and host species. All isolates were tested for aggressiveness on young… CONTINUE READING

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