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The epidemiological importance of asymptomatic infection of winter barley by Rhynchosporium secalis and its consequences for crop protection and breeding. / Atkins, Simon D.; Fitt, Bruce D.L.; Fraaije, B. A.; Harvey, S; Lynott, J.; Newton, A. C.

2010. 81-86 Paper presented at Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, United Kingdom.

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Atkins, SD, Fitt, BDL, Fraaije, BA, Harvey, S, Lynott, J & Newton, AC 2010, 'The epidemiological importance of asymptomatic infection of winter barley by Rhynchosporium secalis and its consequences for crop protection and breeding', Paper presented at Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, United Kingdom, 23/02/10 - 24/02/10 pp. 81-86.

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Atkins, S. D., Fitt, B. D. L., Fraaije, B. A., Harvey, S., Lynott, J., & Newton, A. C. (2010). The epidemiological importance of asymptomatic infection of winter barley by Rhynchosporium secalis and its consequences for crop protection and breeding. 81-86. Paper presented at Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, United Kingdom.

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Atkins SD, Fitt BDL, Fraaije BA, Harvey S, Lynott J, Newton AC. The epidemiological importance of asymptomatic infection of winter barley by Rhynchosporium secalis and its consequences for crop protection and breeding. 2010. Paper presented at Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, United Kingdom.

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Atkins, Simon D. ; Fitt, Bruce D.L. ; Fraaije, B. A. ; Harvey, S ; Lynott, J. ; Newton, A. C. / The epidemiological importance of asymptomatic infection of winter barley by Rhynchosporium secalis and its consequences for crop protection and breeding. Paper presented at Crop Protection in Northern Britain, Dundee, United Kingdom.7 p.

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title = "The epidemiological importance of asymptomatic infection of winter barley by Rhynchosporium secalis and its consequences for crop protection and breeding",
abstract = "Summary: Leaf scald (caused by Rhynchosporium secalis) is one of the mosteconomically important diseases of barley. Data were collected from three seasonsof trials using two susceptible winter barley cultivars (Sumo and Saffron) and tworesistant cultivars (Flagon and Manitou). Levels of R. secalis DNA werequantified from several growth stages (GS) throughout the growing season andvisual symptoms assessed. Results demonstrate that the pathogen was able tocolonise and sporulate extensively on apparently healthy leaves, and spread tograin without symptoms being seen in the crop. This raises questions about howthe fungus interacts with the plant, what triggers lesions to develop and the role ofasymptomatic infection in pathogen spread, plant defence and crop yield.",
author = "Atkins, {Simon D.} and Fitt, {Bruce D.L.} and Fraaije, {B. A.} and S Harvey and J. Lynott and Newton, {A. C.}",
note = "Paper presented at the Dundee CPNB Conference on Environmental Management and Crop Protection in Northern Britain, 23-24 February 2010, The West Park Conference Centree, Dundee, Scotland. Conference Proceedings published by Bayer CropScience ISBN 0260-485X. Copies of the proceedings may be obtained from: T D Heilbronn, 74 a Errol Road, Dundee DD2 5AF, UK E-mail: tim@cpnb.org Tel: +44 (0)1382 562517 http://www.sipr.ac.uk/CPNB/Index_and_Proceedings_2010.pdf ; Crop Protection in Northern Britain ; Conference date: 23-02-2010 Through 24-02-2010",
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AU - Lynott, J.

AU - Newton, A. C.

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N2 - Summary: Leaf scald (caused by Rhynchosporium secalis) is one of the mosteconomically important diseases of barley. Data were collected from three seasonsof trials using two susceptible winter barley cultivars (Sumo and Saffron) and tworesistant cultivars (Flagon and Manitou). Levels of R. secalis DNA werequantified from several growth stages (GS) throughout the growing season andvisual symptoms assessed. Results demonstrate that the pathogen was able tocolonise and sporulate extensively on apparently healthy leaves, and spread tograin without symptoms being seen in the crop. This raises questions about howthe fungus interacts with the plant, what triggers lesions to develop and the role ofasymptomatic infection in pathogen spread, plant defence and crop yield.

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