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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: MOLECULAR AND GENETIC MECHANISMS OF FUNGAL DISEASE RESISTANCE IN GRAIN CROPS Title: Epidemiological Peculiarity of Septoria Species on Winter Wheat in the Central Region of the Russian Federation

Authors
item Paholkova, Elena - ALL-RUSSIA RES INST
item Akimova, Elena - ALL-RUSSIA RES INST
item Sanin, Sergey - ALL-RUSSIA RES INST
item Goodwin, Stephen

Submitted to: Symposium Proceedings
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: October 1, 2008
Publication Date: November 26, 2008
Citation: Paholkova, E.V., Akimova, E.A., Sanin, S.S., Goodwin, S.B. 2008. Epidemiological Peculiarity of Septoria Species on Winter Wheat in the Central Region of the Russian Federation. Symposium Proceedings.

Technical Abstract: The frequency of Septoria species on the host plant and development of disease were estimated during three growing seasons on five winter wheat cultivars in the Central region of the Russian Federation. Frequency of the species in the different plant growth stages varied. During the early growth stages (up to the flag leaf stage, ph.37) S. tritici dominated, after which the frequency of S. nodorum and S. avenae triticea increased. Weather conditions and cultivars, but not growth stages, particularly influenced the ratio of the species. Severity of disease on the plants during the growing season was determined by the weather conditions, frequency of Septoria species, and the resistance of the wheat cultivars tested.

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