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cereal rust pathotypes

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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Cereal rust strains provide clues to resistance.. Cereal rust pathotypes - which are races or strains of the disease that vary in their ability to overcome resistance genes in cereal varieties - are common in most Australian wheat, barley, oat, rye and triticale crops... All barley cultivars carrying this resistance gene are currently resistant to leaf rust in Western Australia, while in eastern Australia, some are moderately susceptible to susceptible...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
For many years, Australian and New Zealand scientists worked together closely to identify the cereal rust pathotypes (strains or races) that occurred in each country... Support from the GRDC, the Plant Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre (PBCRC) and the Foundation for Arable Research (FAR) has enabled researchers at the Australian Cereal Rust Control Program (ACRCP), Plant & Food Research (PFR) and FAR to join forces in gaining understanding of the cereal rust pathotypes that now occur in New Zealand and how these relate to those in Australia... Findings from the preliminary research are consistent with earlier research showing strong evidence that cereal rust inoculum is regularly exchanged between the two countries, mostly from Australia to New Zealand on prevailing winds, but also, less frequently, by some unknown mechanism in the opposite direction...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
For many years, Australian and New Zealand scientists worked together closely to identify the cereal rust pathotypes (strains or races) that occurred in each country... Support from the GRDC, the Plant Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre (PBCRC) and the Foundation for Arable Research (FAR) has enabled researchers at the Australian Cereal Rust Control Program (ACRCP), Plant & Food Research (PFR) and FAR to join forces in gaining understanding of the cereal rust pathotypes that now occur in New Zealand and how these relate to those in Australia... Findings from the preliminary research are consistent with earlier research showing strong evidence that cereal rust inoculum is regularly exchanged between the two countries, mostly from Australia to New Zealand on prevailing winds, but also, less frequently, by some unknown mechanism in the opposite direction...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Cereal rust diseases - recent developments impacting 2011 decisions.. Disease also thrives under these conditions, and stripe rust reached epidemic levels in southern NSW and Victoria... Stem rust also became a cause for concern in late spring through the Mallee of Victoria and South Australia, although crop losses were expected to be light...
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