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Volume 15, Number 1, 1995
Page(s) 21 - 24
Agronomie 15 (1995) 21-24
DOI: 10.1051/agro:19950102

Study of the adult wheat and Aegilops resistance to Pseudomonas syringae pathovar atrofaciens

M. Zaharieva and V. Vassilev

K Malkoff Institute for Plant Genetic Resources, 4122 Sadovo-Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Abstract - The evaluation of the adult plant resistance of 28 genotypes belonging to Triticum L and Aegilops L to Pseudomonas syringae pathovar atrofaciens (PSA) were carried out at stage 10.1 (Large, 1954) after inoculation by the method of Vassilev and Karov (1986) in a glasshouse. The investigated genera showed a partial adult plant resistance to PSA. The proportion of genotypes susceptible to PSA at the highest concentration was larger for Triticum than for Aegilops.

Résumé - Étude de la résistance du blé et d'Aegilops à Pseudomonas syringae pv atrofaciens au stade adulte. La résistance à Pseudomonas syringae pv atrofaciens des plantes adultes de 28 génotypes de Triticum L et d'Aegilops L (au stade 10.1 Large 1954) a été étudiée après inoculation en serre (Vassilev et Karov, 1986). Les genres étudiés montrent une résistance partielle à PSA au stade adulte. La proportion de génotypes sensibles au PSA utilisé à la plus haute concentration étaient plus élevée pour Triticum que pour Aegilops.

Key words: Aegilops / Triticum / partial adult plant resistance / Pseudomons syringae pathovar atrofaciens

Mots clés : Aegilops / Triticum / résistance partielle de la plante adulte / Pseudomonas syringae pv atrofaciens

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