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Detection and quantification of Fusarium species causing head blight of wheat on symptomless ears by PCR


Detection and quantification of Fusarium species causing head blight of wheat on symptomless ears by PCR



Informatore Fitopatologico 53(5): 42-47



PCR assays were used to detect and quantify the most important Fusarium species causing head blight of wheat (F. avenaceum F. culmorum, F. graminearum and F. poae) on symptomless durum and soft wheat heads harvested in different sites of Emilia Romagna, Northern Italy. The relative amount of each species differed across the areas and wheat cultivars examined.

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