Nonhost resistance of barley is successfully manifested against Magnaporthe grisea and a closely related Pennisetum-infecting lineage but is overcome by Magnaporthe oryzae.

@article{Zellerhoff2006NonhostRO,
  title={Nonhost resistance of barley is successfully manifested against Magnaporthe grisea and a closely related Pennisetum-infecting lineage but is overcome by Magnaporthe oryzae.},
  author={Nina Zellerhoff and Birgit Jarosch and Johannes Z. Groenewald and Pedro W. Crous and Ulrich Schaffrath},
  journal={Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI},
  year={2006},
  volume={19 9},
  pages={1014-22}
}
Magnaporthe oryzae is a major pathogen of rice (Oryza sativa L.) but is also able to infect other grasses, including barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Here, we report a study using Magnaporthe isolates collected from other host plant species to evaluate their capacity to infect barley. A nonhost type of resistance was detected in barley against isolates derived from genera Pennisetum (fontaingrass) or Digitaria (crabgrass), but no resistance occurred in response to isolates from rice, genus Eleusine… CONTINUE READING
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