+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Host pathogen relationship to foliar pathogens in sorghum

Karnataka Journal of Agricultural Sciences 11(2): 399-402

Host pathogen relationship to foliar pathogens in sorghum

Spore germination and histopathology of 4 foliar pathogens (Ramulispora sorghi, Gloeocercospora sorghi, Colletotrichum graminicola and Puccinia purpurea) were studied in both resistant and susceptible sorghum varieties at the Main Research Station, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad, Karnataka, India, during 1995-96. Sclerotia of R. sorghi did not germinate on any of the genotypes although germination occurred on a slide.

Accession: 003161928

Related references

West, H.M., 1997: Interactions between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and foliar pathogens: consequences for host and pathogen. The interactive effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and foliar pathogens is evaluated. Plant-fungal interactions in individual hosts and populations are discussed with respect to mycorrhizal fungi.

Ayres, P.G.; Paul, N.D., 1986: Foliar pathogens alter the water relations of their hosts with consequences for both host and pathogen. Topics discussed include the water relations of infected plants with reference to minimal damage to host cell membranes and severe damage to membranes; and development of the pathogen.

Singh, D.P.; Agarwal, V.K.; Khetarpal, R.K., 1988: Etiology and host-pathogen relationship of grain mould of sorghum. Sorghum seeds stored under Tarai conditions in Nainital district, India, were infected by Curvularia lunata [Cochliobolus lunatus], Fusarium moniliforme [Gibberella fujikuroi] and Phoma sorghina. Infection by C. lunatus and G. fujikuroi occurred i...

Albersheim, P.; Valent, B.S., 1974: Host-Pathogen Interactions: VII. Plant Pathogens Secrete Proteins which Inhibit Enzymes of the Host Capable of Attacking the Pathogen. An endo- beta -1, 3-glucanase in leaves of French bean is specifically inhibited by a protein secreted by Codletotrichum lindemuthianum. The cell walls of the fungus are shown to be composed largely of a 1,3-glucan.

Anderson-Prouty, A.J.; Albersheim, P., 1975: Host pathogen interactions part 8 isolation of a pathogen synthesized fraction rich in glucan that elicits a defense response in the pathogens host. Plant Physiology (Rockville) 56(2): 286-291

Van Uden, J.H.; Berry, C.C.; Raz, E., 2000: The frequency of ISS in pathogens correlates with their infectious strategy The role of ISS in the host-pathogen relationship. FASEB Journal 14(6): A948, April 20

van der Meer-Janssen, Y.P.M.; van Galen, J.; Batenburg, J.J.; Helms, J.Bernd., 2010: Lipids in host-pathogen interactions: pathogens exploit the complexity of the host cell lipidome. Lipids were long believed to have a structural role in biomembranes and a role in energy storage utilizing cellular lipid droplets and plasma lipoproteins. Research over the last decades has identified an additional role of lipids in cellular sign...

Silvestri, G.; Barry, P.A., 2016: Editorial overview: Host pathogens: New paradigms and tools to decipher and deconstruct the host-pathogen interaction. Current Opinion in Immunology 36: V-Viii

Powell, P.; Weibel, D.; Sotomayor, A.; Almeda, M., 1977: Increased susceptibility of bloomless (bmbm) sorghum to foliar fungal pathogens. In F2 populations segregating for the bloomless trait (bmbm) under humid conditions in Puerto Rico, lesions due to infection by Trichometasphaeria turcica were consistently more abundant on bloomless than on adjacent normal plants. The density of...

Philips F.W.; Carson M.L., 1988: Evaluation of closely related corn hybrids for resistance and tolerance to two vascular wilt pathogens and a foliar pathogen. Phytopathology 78(12 PART 1): 1566