Quantitative Cephalosporium Stripe Disease Resistance Mapped in the Wheat Genome

@inproceedings{Froese2016QuantitativeCS,
  title={Quantitative Cephalosporium Stripe Disease Resistance Mapped in the Wheat Genome},
  author={Paul S. Froese and Timothy D Murray and Arron H. Carter},
  year={2016}
}
The soil-borne fungus Cephalosporium gramineum Nisikado and Ikata causes Cephalosporium stripe disease of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), reducing yields significantly in severe cases. There is no known complete resistance to the disease and resistance mapping efforts in wheat have been few. This study was conducted to discover the genomic locations of disease resistance as a preliminary step in the process of molecular marker development. ‘Finch’ and ‘Eltan’ progeny were used for… CONTINUE READING

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