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- Yoruk, Emre; Sefer, Ozlem; Tunali, Berna; Kansu, Bayram; Sharifnabi, Bahram; Yli-Mattila, Tapani
- Journal of plant pathology 2018 v.100 no.3 pp. 447-455
- Fusarium culmorum; Fusarium graminearum; amino acids; asexual reproduction; codons; crown rot; gene expression; genetic similarity; genetic variation; genotype; grains; head blight; inhibitory concentration 50; phenotype; plant pathogenic fungi; thiophanate-methyl; tubulin; Iran; Turkey (country)
- ... Fusarium graminearum and F. culmorum are phytopathogenic species that cause head blight and crown rot diseases in cereals worldwide. These two phytopathogenic fungi show great variation in terms of phenotypic, biochemical and genetic characteristics. In this study, linear growth rate, thiophanate methyl (TPM) resistance, survival and toxin production- associated gene expressions, and beta-tubulin ...
- Bell, Vaughn A.; Hedderley, Duncan I.; Pietersen, Gerhard; Lester, Philip J.
- Journal of plant pathology 2018 v.100 no.3 pp. 399-408
- Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3; Pseudococcus calceolariae; crop yield; culling (plants); cultivars; risk; vines; vineyards; viruses; wine quality; New Zealand
- ... Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 3 (GLRaV-3) negatively alters grape yield and wine quality but adopting practical control actions could avert an epidemic. In 13 New Zealand commercial vineyards that were planted with one of five red berry cultivars (n = 29,943 vines), we assessed if roguing (removing) GLRaV-3-infected vines could reduce and maintain incidence at <1%. In 2009, baseline GLRaV-3 ...