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- Miedaner, T.; Bolduan, C.; Melchinger, A. E.
- European journal of plant pathology 2010 v.127 no.1 pp. 113-123
- Fusarium fujikuroi, etc ; screening; Fusarium graminearum; corn ears; aggression; variance; corn; ear rot; ear diseases; inbreeding; zearalenone; inbred lines; nivalenol; mycelium; deoxynivalenol; pathogens; Central European region; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Fusarium graminearum and F. verticillioides are among the most important pathogens causing ear rot of maize in Central Europe. Our objectives were to (1) compare eight isolates of each species on two susceptible inbred lines for their variation in ear rot rating and mycotoxin production across 3 years, and (2) analyse two susceptible and three resistant inbred lines for potential isolate x line in ...
- Rossi, Vittorio; Scandolara, Andrea; Battilani, Paola
- European journal of plant pathology 2009 v.123 no.2 pp. 159-169
- Fusarium fujikuroi, etc ; conidia; seeds; relative humidity; corn ears; sporulation; crop residues; corn; ear rot; logit analysis; environmental factors; overhead irrigation; rain; soil; provenance; vapor pressure; environmental impact; temperature; heat sums; crops; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Silk infection by Fusarium verticillioides is caused by conidia produced on maize crop residues and results in kernel infection and consequent accumulation of fumonisins. Studies were carried out in both controlled and field conditions to understand the dynamics of sporulation on maize residues. The effect of temperature (5°C to 45°C) and incubation time (3 to 41 days) on spore production on maize ...