Greenhouse Evaluation of the Adult Plant Resistance of Sr 2 to Wheat Stem Rust

@inproceedings{Sunderwirth2006GreenhouseEO,
  title={Greenhouse Evaluation of the Adult Plant Resistance of Sr 2 to Wheat Stem Rust},
  author={S. D. Sunderwirth and Alan P Roelfs},
  year={2006}
}
SUNDERWIRTH, S. D., and A. P. ROELFS. 1980. Greenhouse evaluation of the adult plant resistance of Sr2 to wheat stem rust. Phytopathology 70:634-637. Plants of the wheat cultivars Hope, Hopps, and H-44 (possessing susceptible hosts at the boot stage. At anthesis, the greatest reduction in resistance gene Sr2) and Line E, and McNair 701 (susceptible) were uredial numbers on lines with Sr2 occurred on the peduncle, but not on the inoculated in a settling tower at four growth stages; ie, first… CONTINUE READING

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