The international breeding strategy for the incorporation of resistance in bread wheat against the soil borne pathogens (Dryland Root Rot and cyst and lesion Cereal Nematodes) using conventional and molecular tools.

@inproceedings{Nicol2007TheIB,
  title={The international breeding strategy for the incorporation of resistance in bread wheat against the soil borne pathogens (Dryland Root Rot and cyst and lesion Cereal Nematodes) using conventional and molecular tools.},
  author={Julie M. Nicol and Nursel Bolat and Ahmet Murat Bagci and Richard Trethowan and Manilal William and H. Hekimhan and A. F. Yıldırım and Esin Şahin and Halil I. Elekcioglu and Halil Toktay and Berna Tunali and A. H. Hede and S. Taner and H. Braun and Maarten van Ginkel and Mesut Keser and Z. Arisoy and Aysel Yorgancilar and Adnan T{\"u}lek and Durmuş Erdurmuş and Orhan B{\"u}y{\"u}k and Mehmet Aydoǧdu},
  year={2007}
}
Soil borne pathogens (SBPs) including the Dryland Root Rots and Cereal Nematodes are causing economic yield loss in many parts of the world where cereals dominate the cropping system and sub-optimal growing conditions or cultural practices are common. One of the most effective control measures of these SBPs is the use of host resistance, whereby the inoculum level of these pathogens can be reduced to below economically damaging thresholds. CIMMYT International in collaboration with The Turkish… CONTINUE READING

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