Authors:Z. Nesvadba, T. Vyhnanek, I. Jeziskova, L. Tvaruzek, J. Spunar, and M. Pouch
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Canadian Barley Symp., July 18–20, 2005, Red
Authors:S. Djaaboub, A. Moussaoui, B. Meddah, S. Gouri, and K. Benyahia
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Authors:Nora Foroud, André Laroche, Mark Jordan, Brian Ellis, and François Eudes
The current study explores the differential transcriptome and proteome of three wheat genotypes with 75% homology in their response to a series of treatments with trichothecene producing and non-producing
and with deoxynivalenol trichothecenes.
Authors:Lívia Berek, I. B. Petri, Á. Mesterházy, and J. Téren
We examined the blastogenic response to phytohaemaglutinin (PHA) in HLA-B8, DR3 positive and negative subjects in the presence or absence of the immunosuppressive Fusarium mycotoxin. HLA-B8, DR3 haplotype was associated with a depression of the response to mitogen in the absence of the mycotoxin, whereas in the presence of deoxynivalenol we could not detect significant differences among individuals either possessing or lacking this haplotype.
Authors:A. Tekauz, J. Mitchell Fetch, B. Rossnagel, and M. Savard
Fusarium head blight (FHB) of oat in western Canada was determined to be caused by a complex of Fusarium species, the composition and proportions of which varied considerably among years, and between Manitoba and Saskatchewan, the two main oat production regions (provinces) in western Canada. The levels of deoxynivalenol (DON), associated with Fusarium graminearum infection, were considerably higher in oat than in wheat and especially in barley, when levels of DON were compared to those of F. graminearum on seed, suggesting that oat may stimulate production of the mycotoxin by this causal species during the infection process, compared to that in other cereals. Testing of oat cultivars and lines for reaction to FHB indicated that while differences existed, these were relatively small. ‘Naked’ oats, in general, were more resistant. Several of the exotic oat accessions tested appeared to have superior levels of resistance and these are being used as parents in crosses to improve resistance in adapted, high quality oats.
Authors:T. Warzecha, T. Adamski, Z. Kaczmarek, M. Surma, P. Goliński, J. Perkowski, J. Chełkowski, H. Wiśniewska, K. Krystkowiak, and A. Kuczyńska
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head blight reactions and accumulation of deoxynivalenol (DON) and some of its derivatives in kernels of wheat, triticale and rye. J. Phytopathol.
Authors:A. Mesterházy, B. Tóth, T. Bartók, and M. Varga
Lemmens, M., Scholz, U., Berthiller, F., Dall’Asta, C., Koutnik, A., Schuhmacher, R., Adam, G., Buerstmayr, H., Mesterhazy, A., Krska, R., Ruckenbauer, P. 2005. The ability to detoxify the mycotoxin deoxynivalenol co-localises with a major quantitative