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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First report of Puccinia kuehnii, causal agent of orange rust of sugarcane, in Brazil.
Se registran por primera vez los espermogonios de Puccinia ancizari en Colombia completandose de esta manera su ciclo de vida macrociclico.
The climatic conditions, geographic characteristics, and cropping systems in southeastern Gansu are ideal for the year-round cycling of Puccinia striiformis f.
Puccinia menthae is a new record on Mentha longifolia from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.
Fueron revisados de igual manera materiales colombianos colectados sobre Sorghum vulgare (sorgo comun) y Sorghum halepense (sorguillo), parasitados por la roya Puccinia purpurea depositados en el MMUNM (Figura 1) con el fin de tener un patron morfologico que permitiera comparar con la roya encontrada sobre limoncillo en Colombia.
They used six suppressive plant species with biological control agents (Epiblema strenuana Walker, Zygogramma bicolorata Pallister, Listronotus setosipennis Hustache, and Puccinia abrupta var.
Nachit, "Identification of prevalent races of Puccinia triticina Eriks.
Molecular cloning and analysis of abundant and stage-specific mRNAs from Puccinia graminis.
Assessment of yield losses caused by Puccinia striiformis triggering stripe rust in the most common wheat varieties.