Helminthosporium victoriae

Helminthosporium victoriae

[hel‚min·thə‚spȯr·ē·əm vik′tȯr·ē‚ī]
(mycology)
A fungal pathogen that produces victorin, the cause of Victoria blight of oats.
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The effect of selective toxin of Helminthosporium victoriae on oat tissues and protoplasts was studied by Briggs, et al [104] and they were able to select Helminthosporium resistant plants from oat callus.
insensitive plants from tissue cultures of oats {Avena sativa) susceptible to Helminthosporium victoriae.