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Effect of early powdery mildew infection on barley under simulated drought stress


, : Effect of early powdery mildew infection on barley under simulated drought stress. Cereal Rusts and Powdery Mildews Bulletin 20(1-2): 1-6

The effect of powdery mildew (Erysiphe graminis) on barley shoot and root development was studied. The disease caused a reduction in size and number of shoots and of both adventitious and seminal roots. However, the effect on roots was more striking. When inoculated and healthy plants were subsequently subjected to different soil-water levels, the effect of powdery mildew was more damaging. Inoculated plants wilted sooner than healthy plants depending on the amount of available water.

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