barley stripe

barley stripe

[′bär·lē ‚strīp]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of barley characterized by light green or yellow stripes on the leaves; incited by the diffusible toxin of Helminthosporium gramineum.
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Banteng was resistant to net blotch, barley stripe (Arabi, 2005b) and powdery mildew (Arabi and Jawhar, 2012), which could give it special interest in barley breeding programmes.
1 we are using barley stripe mosaic virus induced gene silencing (BSMVIGS) in heterozygous (Rpg5 +/HvPP2C.
Barley stripe rust has occurred in Europe and Asia for many years and severe epidemics of the disease have been reported in north western and central European countries, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, China, and Japan [8].
A fungus that causes barley stripe rust was out of control there.
Although there has been no incidence of barley stripe rust (causal agent Puccinia struformis Westend.
Mosaics/Yellows Diseases: Barley stripe mosaic; Barley yellow dwarf; Barley yellow mosaic; Soilborne wheat mosaic; Wheat streak mosaic; Wheat yellow mosaic
Preliminary tests have shown Goldeneye to be susceptible to barley stripe rust (caused by Puccinia striiformis Westend).
When barley stripe rust started powdering plants and sapping yields in the Pacific Northwest in 1995, USDA's Agricultural Research Service was as ready as could be under the circumstances.
Barley stripe rust race 24 resistance identified in field screening trials in Bolivia.
Preliminary tests have shown Aquila to be susceptible to barley stripe rust (caused by Puccinia striiforrnis Westend.
Vernon, and/or Royal Slope have shown Radiant to have about the same level of moderate resistance to barley stripe rust (caused by Puccinia striiformis Westend.
Pyramiding quantitative trait locus (QTL) alleles determining resistance to barley stripe rust: effects on resistance at the seedling stage.