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Studies on physiologic specialization of the organisms causing bunt in Wheat, and the genetics of resistance to this and certain other Wheat diseases. I. Physiologic specialization studies



Studies on physiologic specialization of the organisms causing bunt in Wheat, and the genetics of resistance to this and certain other Wheat diseases. I. Physiologic specialization studies



J. roy. Soc. N.S.W, 71: 362-384



In the experiments described in this paper 16 collections of wheat bunt (Tilletia tritici and T. levis) from widely separated centres (nine from Australia, six from the United States, and one from Wales) were studied on 11 varieties of wheat at St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1932. Four of the wheats, Kota, Progress, Preston, and Red Bobs, acted as differentials and these were used in repeat inoculations at Hawkesbury Agricultural College, New South Wales, in 1933.

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