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Chelladurai, V., Jayas, D. S., White, N. D. G. (2010): Thermal imaging for detecting fungal infection in stored wheat. J. Stored Prod. Res. , 46 , 174–179. White N. D. G. Thermal imaging

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Campylobacter jejuni Infections: update on emerging issues and trends Clin Infect Dis 32 1201 – 1206 . 8. M.J. Blaser

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Jugenheimer, R. W. (1940): Resistance to Diplodia infection in inbred lines and hybrids of maize . PhD Thesis, Iowa State College, 94 p. Kizmus, L., Marton, L. C., Krüger, W., Müller, D., Drimal, J., Pronczuk, M., Zwatz, B

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Influence of MH and carbendazim application in preventing loss of onion bulbs during storage was assessed in two varieties. Individual treatment of 2,000 ppm MH reduced the percentage of rotting, fungal infection and sprouting to a greater extent in variety 'N-53'. The preharvest treatment appeared more effective than the postharvest in this variety. In case of 'Local White' also a similar trend was observed but the response obtained in general was not promising. Preharvest treatment with carbendazim significantly reduced the rotting and fungal infection in both the varieties during storage. However a combined application of carbendazim and MH (1,000 ppm and 2,000 ppm, respectively) exhibited better results as compared to the individual treatments in both the varieties.

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. 242. Hollings, M. and Brunt, A. A. (1981): Potyviruses. In: Handbook of Plant Virus Infections and Comparative Diagnosis (Kurstak E., ed.). Elsevier-North Holland, New York

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Phenotypic and genotypic evaluation of wheat genetic resources and development of segregating populations are pre-requisites for identifying rust resistance genes. The objectives of this study were to assess adult plant resistance (APR) of selected wheat genotypes to leaf rust and stem rust and to develop segregating populations for resistance breeding. Eight selected Kenyan cultivars with known resistance to stem rust, together with local checks were evaluated for leaf rust and stem rust resistance at seedling stage and also across several environments. Selected diagnostic markers were used to determine the presence of known genes. All eight cultivars were crossed with local checks using a bi-parental mating design. Seedling tests revealed that parents exhibited differential infection types against wheat rust races. Cultivars Paka and Popo consistently showed resistant infection types at seedling stage, while Gem, Romany, Pasa, Fahari, Kudu, Ngiri and Kariega varied for resistant and susceptible infection types depending on the pathogen race used. The control cultivars Morocco and McNair consistently showed susceptible infection types as expected. In the field, all cultivars except for Morocco showed moderate to high levels of resistance, indicating the presence of effective resistance genes. Using diagnostic markers, presence of Lr34 was confirmed in Gem, Fahari, Kudu, Ngiri and Kariega, while Sr2 was present in Gem, Romany, Paka and Kudu. Seedling resistance gene, Sr35, was only detected in cultivar Popo. Overall, the study developed 909 F6:8 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) as part of the nested mating design and are useful genetic resources for further studies and for mapping wheat rust resistance genes.

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: Z. Áy, Z. Kerényi, A. Takács, M. Papp, I. Petróczi, R. Gáborjányi, D. Silhavy, J. Pauk, and Z. Kertész

Cisar, G., Brown, C.M., Jedlinski, H. 1982. Effect of fall or spring infection and sources of tolerance of barley yellow dwarf of winter wheat. Crop Sci. 22 :474–478. Jedlinski H

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Aponyi, I., Nagy, G., Princzinger, G., Kajati, I. (1998): Fusarium infection of wheat seeds in Hungary between 1970 and 1997. Cereal Res. Commun. , 26 , 253--258. Fusarium infection of wheat seeds in Hungary between 1970 and

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References 1. Burnham CA , Carroll KC : Diagnosis of Clostridium difficile infection: an ongoing conundrum for clinicians and for

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European Journal of Microbiology and Immunology
Authors: Donata Grimm, Linn Woelber, Katharina Prieske, Barbara Schmalfeldt, Sascha Kürti, Chia-Jung Busch, Ingo Teudt, Oliver Brummer, Volkmar Mueller, and Thomas Meyer

oncogenic potential is also ascribed to HPV 68 and 73 [ 2 ]. Among these HR-HPV types, the highest risk of malignant transformation is described for persistent infection with HPV 16 and HPV 18 [ 3 , 4 ]. In addition to CC, HR-HPV were also detected in 40

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