Tilletia tritici


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Tilletia tritici

the fungus of wheat grain, called also wheat smut; the smut is thought to contain an unidentified toxin which causes glomerulonephritis and poor weight gain in cattle.
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Keywords: Tilletia tritici, Seed-borne pathogens, Fungicides, Plant extract, Seed Germination, Antimicrobial Activities
5] generations were grown at the Greenville Experimental Farm, North Logan, UT, as bulk populations with selection for desirable height, maturity, vigor, and resistance to common bunt [caused by Tilletia tritici (Bjerk.
5] generations were grown as bulk populations with selection for agronomic types including height, maturity, vigor, and resistance to common bunt [caused by Tilletia tritici (Bjerk.
Coda is susceptible to common bunt [caused by Tilletia tritici (Bjerk.
3] head selections were made in Aberdeen, ID for resistance to common bunt [caused by Tilletia tritici (Bjerk.