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- Pretorius, Zacharias A., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Plant disease 2016 v.100 no.6 pp. 1101-1109
- Leymus mollis; Puccinia graminis; Secale cereale; Thinopyrum junceiforme; chromosome translocation; chromosomes; crop production; genes; genetic markers; greenhouses; in situ hybridization; introgression; nucleic acid hybridization; pathogens; races; seedlings; stem rust; substitution lines; virulence; wheat
- ... Stem rust is one of the most devastating diseases of wheat. Widely virulent races of the pathogen in the Ug99 lineage (e.g., TTKSK) are threatening wheat production worldwide; therefore, there is an urgent need to enhance the diversity of resistance genes in the crop. The objectives of this study were to identify new sources of resistance in wheat-alien introgression derivatives from Secale cereal ...