Regional phenotypic diversity of Puccinia triticina and wheat host resistance in western Europe, 1995

@article{Park2004RegionalPD,
  title={Regional phenotypic diversity of Puccinia triticina and wheat host resistance in western Europe, 1995},
  author={Robert F Park and Henriette Goyeau and Friedrich G. Felsenstein and Pavel Barto{\vs} and Friedrich Josef Zeller},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2004},
  volume={122},
  pages={113-127}
}
Pathogenicity data from surveys of Puccinia triticina (formerly P. recondita f. sp. tritici) conducted in western Europe in 1995 were analysed to compare the structure of regional populations of the pathogen. Many of the populations differed in phenotypic diversity and pathotypic composition, even though they occurred within a single epidemiological unit, suggesting that local factors may influence the establishment and propagation of individual pathotypes in the regional populations… CONTINUE READING
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