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Methodical problems in attestation of rye resistance to Microdochium nivale (FR.) Samuels Hallett






Biuletyn Instytutu Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roslin ( 208): 89-102

Methodical problems in attestation of rye resistance to Microdochium nivale (FR.) Samuels Hallett

Techniques for evaluating the resistance of rye seeds and seedlings to Microdochium nivale (Monographella nivalis) were studied in cold chamber experiments. It was found that uniform vigour of plants is very important for accurate evaluations. Pathogenic fungal species (Fusarium spp., M. nivale, Drechslera spp., Bipolaris sp., Botrytis sp., a non-identified fungus producing abundant sclerotia and others) occurring on rye seeds decreased emergence and caused deformation of seedlings.

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