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Characterization of resistance to leaf rust in Pacific Northwest wheats

, : Characterization of resistance to leaf rust in Pacific Northwest wheats. Phytopathology 70(2): 167-172

Seven types of resistance to 2 local cultures of Puccinia recondita were identified by determining numbers of uredia/sq. cm of leaf surface, length of latent period, number of spores/uredium, and infection type (size of uredia and lesions) on seedling and adult plants of 9 cvs. Two were fully susceptible to both cultures. One had hypersensitive resistance to 1 of the cultures. The remaining 6 had various degrees of slow rusting in the field.


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