Puccinia


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Puccinia

 

a genus of rust fungi with bicellular teliospores on a long stem. There are more than 3,000 species (according to other data, about 4,000 species). The fungi parasitize angiospermous plants in almost all parts of the world. Many species are agricultural pests, causing disease in grains, legumes, and industrial crops.

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The climatic conditions, geographic characteristics, and cropping systems in southeastern Gansu are ideal for the year-round cycling of Puccinia striiformis f.
Stem rust, another rust disease caused by Puccinia graminis f.
First report of rust on switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) caused by Puccinia emaculata in Tennessee.
In the same catalogue, the species of the teleomorphic genera Puccinia, Uromyces and Phakopsora represented 54% of occurrences, while the anamorphs Aecidium and Uredo accounted for 19%.
El subgrupo IB presenta dos clados bien soportados, IB-1: incluye las especies Puccinia spegazzinii, mientras que IB-2 contiene las especies P.
Al menos otros tres generos prevalentes en clima templado: Uredinopsis Magnus, Milesina Magnus y Hyalopsora Magnus y la especie Puccinia lygodii Arthur (dudosamente un verdadero Puccinia) los parasitan.
Identification of stripe rust resistance genes in wheat cultivars used to differentiate North American races of Puccinia striiformis.