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Factors of Early Growth Associated With Tolerance of Wheat To Heterodera a Venae

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Field tolerance to Heterodera avenae of 11 cultivars and breeders' lines of wheat was positively correlated with reduction in root growth at 29 and 52 days after inoculation at sowing and negatively correlated with root growth of uninoculated plants at 29 days after sowing. Tolerant cv. Bayonet used endosperm reserves more slowly than did intolerant cv. Condor. When inoculated after exhaustion of the endosperm, growth of Condor was stimulated by 100 and decreased by 500 and 700 nematodes per plant. Growth of Bayonet was stimulated but not decreased by 700 nematodes per plant. Bayonet produced less gall tissue per nematode than did Condor and this is suggested as the tolerance mechanism.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Plant Pathology, Waite Agricultural Institute, University of Adelaide, Glen Osmond, South Australia 5064


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