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Fungal diseases affecting barley

Code: 9781786766137
Robert S. Brueggeman, Shyam Solanki, Gazala Ameen and Karl Effertz, Washington State University, USA; Roshan Sharma Poudel, North Dakota State University, USA; and Aziz Karakaya, Ankara University, Turkey

Chapter synopsis: This chapter reviews current research on the main fungal diseases affecting barley. It first reviews what we know about the mecanisms of barley genetic resistance to fungal pathogens. The chapter then focuses on the description of major fungal pathogens effecting barley production, new insights into their mechanisms of virulence and implications for achieving sustainable resistance to these important pathogens. The chapter reviews current knowledge about biotrophic foliar diseases: stem rust, leaf rust, stripe rust, powdery mildew. It then discusses necrotrophic diseases: spot blotch, net blotch, ramularia leaf spot, septoria speckled leaf blotch, scald and fusarium head blight. The chapter finally discusses barley stripe.

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Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Understanding plant genetic resistance to fungal pathogens 3 Biotrophic foliar diseases: stem rust 4 Leaf rust 5 Stripe rust 6 Powdery mildew 7 Necrotrophic diseases: spot blotch 8 Net blotch 9 Ramularia leaf spot 10 Septoria speckled leaf blotch 11 Scald 12 Fusarium head blight 13 A seed-borne disease: barley stripe 14 Conclusion 15 References

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