Reactions of lentil accessions from 25 different countries to Australian isolates of Ascochyta lentis

@article{Nasir2004ReactionsOL,
  title={Reactions of lentil accessions from 25 different countries to Australian isolates of Ascochyta lentis},
  author={M. Nasir and T. Bretag},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={45},
  pages={297-299}
}
  • M. Nasir, T. Bretag
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution
  • Abstract488 lentil (Lens culinaris) accessions from 25 different countries were evaluated in glasshouse tests for resistance to three Australian isolates of Ascochyta lentis. Disease symptoms on the different accessions ranged from small flecks (resistant) to extensive lesions on both leaves and stems with death of some plants (highly susceptible). No accession was found with complete resistance to ascochyta blight. The 488 accessions showed differential resistance to all three isolates of A… CONTINUE READING
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