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Genetic interaction of the pathogen causing brown rust in wheat and the host variety



Genetic interaction of the pathogen causing brown rust in wheat and the host variety



Sibirskii Vestnik Sel' skokhozyaistvennoi Nauki ( 1): 40-42, 124



An analysis of urediospore samples from varieties released in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, western Siberia and the southern Urals showed that Puccinia recondita races 77 and 192 are predominant and contain the highest number of genes for virulence.

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