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The predominance of race 56 in relation to the stem-rust resistance of Ceres wheat



The predominance of race 56 in relation to the stem-rust resistance of Ceres wheat



Sci Agric ottawa 22(3): 152-156



A comparison of the pathogenicity towards Ceres of race 56, which has been the prevailing physiol. race of wheat stem rust since 1934, and races that were most common before that year (including races 21, 34, 36, 38 and 49) has shown that race 56 is somewhat more pathogenic to Ceres than the other races. It is believed that the predominance of race 56 in 1935 and in subsequent years is one of the factors responsible for the severer rusting of Ceres in recent yrs.

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