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stagonospora nodorum

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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Genes of Stagonospora nodorum were initially annotated by the Broad Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) the quality of these was poor... Using a combination of expressed sequence tags (EST), microarray, orthology, transcriptomic, and proteomic support, these genes have been predicted to a high level of accuracy... Using a variety of genomic indicators associated with known pathogenicity genes, a list of putative pathogenicity effector genes was derived from the S. nodorum predicted genes...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Our aim was to investigate the interaction of nitrogen and fungicide in the control of yellow spot in wheat varieties of varying yellow spot resistance... The results of the trial suggest that nitrogen and fungicide are each effective on their own, and also in combination, for managing leaf spot diseases on susceptible wheat varieties... Nitrogen application increases the vigour of wheat plants and number of tillers and can increase yield and may allow for fungicide application to be more effective, particularly on susceptible wheat varieties...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Our aim was to investigate the interaction of nitrogen and fungicide in the control of yellow spot in wheat varieties of varying yellow spot resistance... CONCLUSION The results of this trial suggest that nitrogen and fungicide are each effective on their own, and also in combination, for managing leaf spot diseases on susceptible wheat varieties... Nitrogen application increases the vigour of wheat plants and number of tillers and can increase yield and may allow for fungicide application to be more effective, particularly on susceptible wheat varieties...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
A bioinformatics approach for identification of pathogenicity effector genes in Stagonospora nodorum and closely related necrotrophic fungi.. (Please mark contact boxes on approval) NAME Professor Richard Oliver.. Identification of relevant link to more recent research Genes|Genomes|Genetics, 2013, 10.1534/g3.112.00499...
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