Puccinia


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Metodologia de avaliagao de ferrugem da cana-de-agucar (Puccinia melanocephala).
Virulence dynamics and regional structuring of Puccinia striiformis f.
The temperature sensitivities of the genes Lr3, Lr17 and Lr23 for resistance (i.e., IT) to Puccinia recondita in wheat were different at 10degC /15degC and 15degC/20degC (Dyck and Johnson, 1983).
NIRS has been applied to implement early qualitative identification of wheat stripe rust and wheat leaf rust (caused by Puccinia triticina) before disease symptoms appeared [16] and assess disease severity of wheat stripe rust [28].
Puccinia menthae has been reported on Origanum vulgare L.
"The rpg4-mediated resistance to wheat stem rust (Puccinia graminis) in barley (Hordeum vulgare) requires Rpg5, a second NBS-LRR gene, and an actin depolymerization factor." Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 26, no.
De acuerdo con Cummins (1971), a nivel mundial, han sido reportadas sobre limoncillo, las royas Puccinia cymbopogonis Masscc, Puccinia nakanishikii Dietel y Puccinia purpurea Cooke, esta ultima roya de importancia economica por parasitar al sorgo comun (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) y sorguillo
The most promising fungal agents to manage parthenium are Puccinia abrupta var.
Leaf rust, caused Puccinia triticina Eriks., is a major disease in most of the wheat-growing areas [1].
Urediniospore and teliospore morphology were consistent with that described for Puccinia emaculata Schw.
(2003, 2007), basados en la secuenciacion de una porcion de la region 28S del ADNr en hongos roya recolectados principalmente en Europa y que pusieron de manifiesto que los generos Puccinia, Pucciniastrum, Thekopsora y Uromyces son polifileticos, mientras que Chrysomyxa, Coleosporium, Cronartium, Gymnosporangium, Melampsora, Phragmidium y Tranzschelia, representan taxones monofileticos.
Paul, Minn., have shown for the first time that stripe rust, caused by Puccinia striiformis, is capable of sexually reproducing on the leaves of an alternate host called barberry, a common ornamental.