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ReferenceHerrera-Foessel SA et al. (2015) Yr60, a gene conferring moderate resistance to stripe rust in wheat Plant Disease 99:508-511.
ReferenceHerrera-Foessel SA et al. (2014) Lr72 confers resistance to leaf rust in durum wheat cultivar atil C2000. Plant Disease 98:631-635.
ReferenceHerrera-Foessel SA et al. (2008) Molecular mapping of a leaf rust resistance gene on the short arm of chromosome 6B of durum wheat Plant Disease 92:1650-1654.
ReferenceLi H et al. (2007) Characterization of Wheat-Triticale Lines Resistant to Powdery Mildew, Stem Rust, Stripe Rust, Wheat Curl Mite, and Limitation on Spread of WSMV Plant Disease 91:368-374.
ReferenceJin Y and Singh RP (2006) Resistance in U.S. Wheat to Recent Eastern African Isolates of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici with Virulence to Resistance Gene Sr31 Plant Disease 90:476-480.
ReferenceWamishe YA and Milus EA (2004) Seedling resistance genes to leaf rust in soft red winter wheat Plant Disease 88:136-146.
ReferenceMcVey DV et al. (2004) Patterns of virulence diversity in Puccinia triticina on wheat in Egypt and the United States in 1998-2000 Plant Disease 88:271-279.
ReferenceKim YK et al. (2004) Inheritance of resistance to Stagonospora nodorum leaf blotch in Kansas winter wheat cultivars Plant Disease 88:530-536.
ReferenceSingh RP et al. (2004) Occurrence and impact of a new leaf rust race on durum wheat in northwestern Mexico from 2001 to 2003 Plant Disease 88:703-708.
ReferenceChoo TM et al. (2004) Fusarium head blight and deoxynivalenol accumulation of barley in eastern canada: Cultivar response and correlation analysis Plant Disease 88:837-844.
ReferenceWan AM et al. (2004) Wheat stripe rust epidemic and virulence of Puccinia striiformis f. sp tritici in China in 2002 Plant Disease 88:896-904.
ReferenceHigginbotham RW et al. (2004) Evaluation of adapted wheat cultivars for tolerance to Pythium root rot Plant Disease 88:1027-1032.
ReferenceKolmer JA et al. (2004) Physiologic specialization of Puccinia triticina on wheat in the United States in 2002 Plant Disease 88:1079-1084.
ReferenceOelke LM and Kolmer JA (2004) Characterization of leaf rust resistance in hard red spring wheat cultivars Plant Disease 88:1127-1133.
ReferenceXi K et al. (2003) Distribution of pathotypes of Rhynchosporium secalis and cultivar reaction on barley in Alberta Plant Disease 87:391-396.
ReferenceAli S and Francl LJ (2003) Population race structure of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis prevalent on wheat and noncereal grasses in the Great Plains Plant Disease 87:418-422.
ReferenceDiaz-Lago JE et al. (2003) Evaluation of components of partial resistance to oat crown rust using digital image analysis Plant Disease 87:667-674.
ReferenceKolmer JA et al. (2003) Physiologic specialization of Puccinia triticina on wheat in the United States in 2001 Plant Disease 87:859-866.
ReferenceFraser DE et al. (2003) Effect of inoculation with selected isolates of Stagonospora nodorum on field evaluations of host resistance in winter wheat Plant Disease 87:1213-1220.
ReferenceLeonard KJ (2003) Regional frequencies of virulence in oat crown rust in the United States from 1990 through 2000 Plant Disease 87:1301-1310.
ReferenceFetch TG et al. (2003) Diversity and sources of multiple disease resistance in Hordeum spontaneum Plant Disease 87:1439-1448.
ReferenceNavabi A et al. (2003) Genetic analysis of adult-plant resistance to leaf rust in five spring wheat genotypes Plant Disease 87:1522-1529.
ReferencePark RF (2003) Pathogenic specialization and pathotype distribution of Puccinia hordei in Australia, 1992 to 2001 Plant Disease 87:1311-1316.
ReferenceChen XM et al. (2002) Wheat stripe rust epidemics and races of Puccinia striiformis f. sp tritici in the United States in 2000 Plant Disease 86:39-46.
ReferenceKolmer JA (2002) Virulence phenotypes of Puccinia triticina in the South Atlantic states in 1999 Plant Disease 86:288-291.
ReferenceLi HJ et al. (2002) Different reactions to the wheat curl mite and Wheat streak mosaic virus in various wheat-Haynaldia villosa 6V and 6VS lines Plant Disease 86:423-428.
ReferenceJomantiene R et al. (2002) First report of oat as host of a phytoplasma belonging to group 16SrI, subgroup A Plant Disease 86:443-2917.
ReferenceMcVey DV et al. (2002) Races of Puccinia graminis in the United States during 1997 and 1998 Plant Disease 86:568-572.
ReferenceImani Y et al. (2002) Virulence of Blumeria graminis f. sp tritici populations in Morocco Plant Disease 86:383-388.
ReferenceRachdawong S et al. (2002) Gaeumannomyces graminis vars. avenae, graminis, and tritici identified using PCR amplification of avenacinase-like genes Plant Disease 86:652-660.
ReferenceBoshoff WHP et al. (2002) First report of virulence in Puccinia graminis f.sp. tritici to wheat stem rust resistance genes Sr8b and Sr38 in South Africa Plant Disease 86:922-2917.
ReferenceLong DL et al. (2002) Physiologic specialization of Puccinia triticina on wheat in the United States in 2000 Plant Disease 86:981-986.
ReferenceCox CM et al. (2002) Perennial wheat germ plasm lines resistant to eyespot, Cephalosporium stripe, and wheat streak mosaic Plant Disease 86:1043-1048.
ReferenceZabalgogeazcoa I et al. (2002) Identification of the fungal endophyte Epichloe festucae in the fine fescue Festuca ampla Plant Disease 86:1272-2917.
ReferenceLeonard KJ (2002) Oat lines with effective adult plant resistance to crown rust Plant Disease 86:593-598.
ReferenceAsnaghi C et al. (2001) Resistance of sugarcane cultivar R 570 to Puccinia melanocephala isolates from different geographic locations Plant Disease 85:282-286.
ReferenceLee HK et al. (2001) A PCR-based assay to detect Rhynchosporium secalis, in barley seed Plant Disease 85:220-225.
ReferenceWalker SL et al. (2001) Variation among isolates of Fusarium graminearum associated with Fusarium head blight in North Carolina Plant Disease 85:404-410.
ReferenceWatkins JE et al. (2001) Virulence of Puccinia triticina on wheat in Nebraska during 1997 and 1998 Plant Disease 85:159-164.
ReferenceKolmer JA (2001) Physiologic specialization of Puccinia triticina in Canada in 1998 Plant Disease 85:155-158.
ReferenceDiaz M et al. (2001) Xanthomonas albilineans haplotype B responsible for a recent sugarcane leaf scald disease outbreak in Cuba Plant Disease 85:334-2917.
ReferenceBockus WW et al. (2001) Success stories: breeding for wheat disease resistance in Kansas Plant Disease 85:453-461.
ReferenceCrous PW et al. (2001) Karnal bunt of wheat newly reported from the African continent Plant Disease 85:561-2917.
ReferenceKhan NI et al. (2001) Selection and evaluation of microorganisms for biocontrol of Fusarium head blight of wheat incited by Gibberella zeae Plant Disease 85:1253-1258.
Referencevan Niekerk BD et al. (2001) Pathogenic variability of Puccinia coronata f. sp avenae and P-graminis f. sp avenae on oat in South Africa Plant Disease 85:1085-1090.
ReferenceGupta S and Loughman R (2001) Current virulence of Pyrenophora teres on barley in Western Australia Plant Disease 85:960-966.
Referencevan Niekerk BD et al. (2001) Occurrence and pathogenicity of Puccinia hordei on barley in South Africa Plant Disease 85:713-717.
ReferenceAli S and Francl LJ (2001) Recovery of Pyrenophora tritici-repentis from barley and reaction of 12 cultivars to five races and two host-specific toxins Plant Disease 85:580-584.
ReferenceChong J et al. (2000) A North American system of nomenclature for Puccinia coronata f. sp Avenae Plant Disease 84:580-585.
ReferenceHen CG et al. (2000) Wheat yellow mosaic virus widely occurring in wheat (Triticum aestivum) in China Plant Disease 84:627-630.
ReferenceEvans CK et al. (2000) Biosynthesis of deoxynivalenol in spikelets of barley inoculated with macroconidia of Fusarium graminearum Plant Disease 84:654-660.
ReferenceShah DA et al. (2000) Differential seed infection of wheat cultivars by Stagonospora nodorum Plant Disease 84:749-752.
ReferenceFernandez MR et al. (2000) Black point reaction of durum and common wheat cultivars grown under irrigation in southern Saskatchewan Plant Disease 84:892-894.
ReferenceFouly HM and Wilkinson HT (2000) Detection of Gaeumannomyces graminis varieties using polymerase chain reaction with variety-specific primers Plant Disease 84:947-951.
ReferenceSchenck S and Lehrer AT (2000) Factors affecting the transmission and spread of Sugarcane yellow leaf virus Plant Disease 84:1085-1088.
ReferenceWise RP (2000) Disease resistance: What's brewing in barley genomics Plant Disease 84:1160-1170.
ReferenceKrupinsky JM and Berdahl JD (2000) Selecting resistance to Bipolaris sorokiniana and Fusarium graminearum in intermediate wheatgrass Plant Disease 84:1299-1302.
ReferenceLong DL et al. (2000) Virulence of Puccinia triticina on wheat in the United States from 1996 to 1998 Plant Disease 84:1334-1341.
ReferenceMoon JS et al. (2000) Molecular and biological characterization of a trackable Illinois isolate of Barley yellow dwarf virus-PAV Plant Disease 84:483-486.
ReferenceYashitola J et al. (2000) A widely distributed lineage of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae in India may have come from native wild rice Plant Disease 84:465-469.
ReferencePretorius ZA et al. (2000) Detection of virulence to wheat stem rust resistance gene Sr31 in Puccinia graminis. f. sp. tritici in Uganda Plant Disease 84:203-2917.
ReferenceBarcellos AL et al. (2000) Inheritance of adult plant leaf rust resistance in the Brazilian wheat cultivar Toropi Plant Disease 84:90-93.
ReferenceMekwatanakarn P et al. (2000) Pathotype and avirulence gene diversity of Pyricularia grisea in Thailand as determined by rice lines near-isogenic for major resistance genes Plant Disease 84:60-70.
ReferenceYildirim A et al. (2000) Evaluation of Dasypyrum villosum populations for resistance to cereal eyespot and stripe rust pathogens Plant Disease 84:40-44.
ReferenceDill-Macky R and Roelfs AP (2000) The effect of stand density on the development of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici in barley Plant Disease 84:29-34.
ReferenceMoschini RC and Perez BA (1999) Predicting wheat leaf rust severity using planting date, genetic resistance, and weather variables. Plant Disease 83:381-384.
ReferenceEvans CK et al. (1999) Comparison of greenhouse and field testing to identify wheat resistant to tan spot. Plant Disease 83:269-273.
ReferenceTillman BL et al. (1999) Yield loss caused by bacterial streak in winter wheat. Plant Disease 83:609-614.
ReferenceFetch TG and Steffenson BJ (1999) Rating scales for assessing infection responses of barley infected with Cochliobolus sativus. Plant Disease 83:213-217.
ReferenceKolmer JA (1999) Physiologic specialization of Puccinia triticina in Canada in 1997. Plant Disease 83:194-197.
ReferenceBoshoff WPH and Pretorius ZA (1999) A new pathotype of Puccinia striiformis f.sp. tritici on wheat in South Africa. Plant Disease 83:591.
ReferenceSingh RP et al. (1999) Leaf rust resistance of spring, facultative, and winter wheat cultivars from China Plant Disease 83:644-651.
ReferenceCunfer BM and Castlebury LA (1999) Tilletia walkeri on annual ryegrass in wheat fields in the southeastern United States. Plant Disease 83:685-689.
ReferenceArocha Y et al. (1999) First report of virus and phytoplasma pathogens associated with yellow leaf syndrome of sugarcane in Cuba Plant Disease 83:1177-2917.
ReferenceGroth JV et al. (1999) Repeatability and relationship of incidence and severity measures of scab of wheat caused by Fusarium graminearum in inoculated nurseries Plant Disease 83:1033-1038.
ReferenceNdjiondjop MN et al. (1999) The genetic basis of high resistance to rice yellow mottle virus (RYMV) in cultivars of two cultivated rice species Plant Disease 83:931-935.
ReferenceAdhikari TB et al. (1999) Use of partial host resistance in the management of bacterial blight of rice Plant Disease 83:896-901.
ReferenceGreen DEI et al. (1999) Components of resistance to Rhizoctonia solani associated with two tall fescue cultivars Plant Disease 83:834-838.
ReferenceKumar J and Nagarajan S (1998) Role of flag leaf and spike emergence stage on the incidence of Karnal bunt in wheat. Plant Disease 82:1368-1370.
ReferenceSmale M et al. (1998) Estimating the economic impact of breeding nonspecific resistance to leaf rust in modern bread wheats. Plant Disease 82:1055-1061.
ReferenceNiewoehner AS and Leath S (1998) Virulence of Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici on winter wheat in the eastern United States. Plant Disease 82:64-68.
ReferenceKolmer JA (1997) Virulence in Puccinia recondita f. sp. tritici isolates from Canada to genes for adult plant resistance to wheat leaf rust. Plant Disease 81:267-271.
ReferenceLiu JQ and Kolmer JA (1997) Inheritance of leaf rust resistance in wheat cultivars Grandin and CDC Teal. Plant Disease 81:505-508.
ReferenceLiu JQ and Kolmer JA (1997) Genetics of leaf rust resistance in Canadian spring wheats AC Domain and AC Taber. Plant Disease 81:757-760.
ReferenceBai GH and Shaner G (1996) Variation in Fusarium graminearum and cultivar resistance to wheat scab Plant Disease 80:975-979.
ReferenceMiedaner T et al. (1996) Quantitative genetic basis of aggressiveness of 42 isolates of Fusarium culmorum for winter rye head blight Plant Disease 80:500-504.
ReferencePretorius Z and Roelfs A (1996) The role of Lr10, Lr13, and Lr34 in the expression of adult-plant resistance to leaf rust in the wheat cultivar era Plant Disease 80:199-202.
ReferenceMa H and Singh R (1996) Contribution of adult plant resistance gene Yr18 in protecting wheat from yellow rust Plant Disease 80:66-69.
ReferenceOrtelli S et al. (1996) Effect of the Lr9 resistance gene on pathogenesis of the wheat leaf rust fungus Plant Disease 80:14-18.
ReferenceSingh R and Huerta-Espino J (1995) Inheritance of seedling and adult plant resistance to leaf rust in wheat cultivars Ciano 79 and Papago 86 Plant Disease 79:35-38.
ReferenceSingh R et al. (1995) Genetic analysis of resistance to scab in spring wheat cultivar Frontana Plant Disease 79:238-240.
ReferenceDePaulo J and Powell C (1995) Extraction of double-stranded RNA from plant tissues without the use of organic solvents Plant Disease 79:246-248.
ReferencePersaud R and Lipps P (1995) Virulence genes and virulence gene frequencies of Blumeria graminis f Plant Disease 79:494-499.
ReferenceRubiales D and Niks R (1995) Characterization of Lr34, a major gene conferring nonhypersensitive resistance to wheat leaf rust Plant Disease 79:1208-1212.
ReferenceYildirim A et al. (1995) Resistance to stripe rust and eyespot diseases of wheat in Triticum tauschii Plant Disease 79:1230-1236.
ReferenceLine R (1995) Successes in breeding for and managing durable resistance to wheat rusts Plant Disease 79:1254-1255.
ReferenceKolmer JA (1994) Genetics of leaf rust resistance in three western Canada spring wheats. Plant Disease 78:600-602.
ReferenceRizvi SSA and Buchenau GW (1994) Tentative identification and verification of genes for leaf rust resistance in wheat cultivars of South Dakota. Plant Disease 78:674-679.
ReferenceBai GH and Shaner G (1994) Scab of wheat: prospects for control Plant Disease 78:760-776.
ReferenceRoelfs A and Huerta-Espino J (1994) Seedling resistance in Hordeum in barley stripe rust from Texas Plant Disease 78:1046-1049.
ReferencePersaud R et al. (1994) Identification of powdery mildew resistance genes in soft red winter wheat cultivars and Ohio breeding lines Plant Disease 78:1072-1075.
ReferenceBurner D et al. (1993) Resistance of sugarcane relatives injected with ustilago scitaminea Plant Disease 77:1221-1223.
ReferenceWilcoxson R et al. (1993) Inheritance of resistance of loose smut of oat Plant Disease 77:822-825.
ReferenceWilcoxson R and Stuthman D (1993) Evaluation of oats for resistance to loose smut Plant Disease 77:818-821.
ReferenceSingh RP (1993) Genetic association of gene Bdv1 for tolerance to barley yellow dwarf virus with genes Lr34 and Yr18 for adult plant resistance to rusts in bread wheat. Plant Disease 77:1103-1106.
ReferenceShiwani and Saini RG (1993) Diversity for resistance to leaf rust in Triticum aestivum. Plant Disease 77:359-363.
ReferenceSingh RP (1991) Pathogenicity variations of Puccinia recondita f.sp. tritici and P. graminis f.sp. tritici in wheat-growing areas of Mexico during 1988 and 1989. Plant Disease 75:790-794.
ReferenceLeath S and Heun M (1990) Identification of powdery mildew resistance genes in cultivars of soft red winter wheats. Plant Disease 74:747-752.
ReferenceLorenz E and Cothren J (1989) Photosynthesis and yield of wheat (Triticum aestivum) treated with fungicides in a disease-free environment Plant Disease 73:25-27.
ReferenceDubin HJ et al. (1989) Postulated genes to stripe rust in selected CIMMYT and related wheats. Plant Disease 73:472-475.
ReferenceEzzahiri B and Roelfs AP (1989) Inheritance and expression of adult plant resistance to leaf rust in Era wheat. Plant Disease 73:549-551.
ReferenceCroft B (1989) A technique for screening sugarcane cultivars for resistance to Pachymetra root rot Plant Disease 73:651-654.
ReferenceDrijepondt S and Pretorius Z (1989) Greenhouse evaluation of adult-plant resistance conferred by the gene Lr34 to leaf rust of wheat Plant Disease 73:669-671.
ReferenceLeRoux J and Rijkenberg FHJ (1987) Pathotype of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici with increased virulence for Sr24. Plant Disease 71:1115-1119.
Reference(1985) Common Names for Plant Diseases Plant Disease 69:649-676.
ReferenceMcVey DV and Hamilton K (1985) Stem rust resistance gene from Triumph 64 identified in four other winter wheats. Plant Disease 69:217-218.
ReferencePretorius ZA et al. (1984) Detecting leaf rust resistance gene Lr13 in seedlings. Plant Disease 68:585-586.
ReferenceMilus EA and Line RF (1980) Virulence of Puccinia recondita in the Pacific Northwest. Plant Disease 64:78-80.
ReferenceWamishe YA and Milus EA Genes for adult-plant resistance to leaf rust in soft red winter wheat Plant Disease 88:1107-1114.
ReferenceMohammadi M et al. Seedling Stage Resistance of Iranian Bread Wheat Germplasm to Race Ug99 of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici Plant Disease 97:387-392.