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Differentiation of the causal agents of eyespot. III. Occurrence on winter wheat



Differentiation of the causal agents of eyespot. III. Occurrence on winter wheat



Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 92(5): 464-476



Each of the 4 Pseudocercosporella taxa described by Nirenberg was found in a survey of 16 sites in the GFR and Austria during 1982-83, P. herpotrichoides var. acuformis at all sites, P. herpotrichoides var. herpotrichoides and P. anguioides at 14 and P. aestiva at 7, the number of plants infected by each taxon decreasing, on average, in the above sequence. Regional and seasonal differences in occurrence of the 4 taxa were noted.

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