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Document type:
Zeitschriftenaufsatz 
Author(s):
Hofer, Katharina; Linkmeyer, Andrea; Textor, Katharina; Hückelhoven, Ralph; Hess, Michael 
Title:
MILDEW LOCUS O Mutation Does Not Affect Resistance to Grain Infections with Fusarium spp. and Ramularia collo-cygni 
Abstract:
MILDEW LOCUS O defines a major susceptibility gene for powdery mildew, and recessive mlo resistance alleles are widely used in breeding for powdery mildew resistance in spring barley. Barley powdery mildew resistance, which is conferred by mlo genes, is considered to be costly in terms of spontaneous defense reactions and enhanced susceptibility to cell-death-inducing pathogens. We assessed fungal infestation of barley (Hordeum vulgare) grain by measuring fungal DNA after natural infection with...    »
 
Keywords:
Alleles; Ascomycota/pathogenicity; DNA, Fungal/analysis; Edible Grain/genetics/immunology/microbiology; Fusarium/pathogenicity; Hordeum/genetics/immunology/microbiology; Mutation; Plant Diseases/immunology/microbiology; Plant Proteins/genetics 
Journal title:
Phytopathology 
Year:
2015 
Journal volume:
105 
Journal issue:
Pages contribution:
1214--1219 
Reviewed:
ja 
Print-ISSN:
0031-949X