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- Filippi, C. V.; Zubrzycki, J. E.; Di Rienzo, J. A.; Quiroz, F.; Fusari, C. M.; Alvarez, D.; Maringolo, C. A.; Cordes, D.; Escande, A.; Hopp, H. E.; Heinz, R. A.; Lia, V. V.; Paniego, N. B.
- Plant disease 2017 v.101 no.11 pp. 1941-1948
- Helianthus annuus, etc ; Sclerotinia; breeding; disease course; disease incidence; disease resistance; disease severity; field experimentation; germplasm conservation; head rot; heritability; inbred lines; models; pathogens; phenotype; phenotypic variation; principal component analysis; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Sclerotinia head rot (SHR) is one of the most serious constraints to sunflower (Helianthus annuus L. var. macrocarpus) production worldwide. Here, we evaluated the response to SHR in a sunflower inbred panel from a large INTA germplasm collection, consisting of 137 inbred lines (ILs). Field trials were performed over five consecutive seasons using a twice-replicated randomized complete-block desig ...
- Frederick, Z. A.; Cummings, T. F.; Johnson, D. A.
- Plant disease 2017 v.101 no.8 pp. 1500-1506
- Helianthus annuus, etc ; Digitaria sanguinalis; Solanum sisymbriifolium; Verticillium dahliae; Verticillium wilt; crop rotation; crops; greenhouses; host range; hosts; inoculum; mint; oats; plant pathogenic fungi; potatoes; production technology; sclerotia; soil; sugar beet; tomatoes; watermelons; weeds; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... Verticillium wilt, caused by Verticillium dahliae, is a disease of dicotyledonous crops such as potato and has a wide host range and persistent, long-term survival structures called microsclerotia that can persist in soil for up to 14 years. Some V. dahliae isolates are particularly aggressive on a specific plant host while retaining the ability to infect a wide range of other hosts. Weeds can ser ...