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DOI:10.1071/AP99031
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Author(s):Aldous, D. E.; Isaacs, S.; Mebalds, M. I.
Author Affiliation:Aldous: Department of Environmental Horticulture and Resource Management, Institute of Land and Food Resources, The University of Melbourne, Burnley College, Richmond, Victoria; Isaacs and Mebalds: Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Agriculture Victoria, Institute for Horticultural Development, Knoxfield, Victoria, Australia
Title:Endophytes in the genus Neotyphodium are not found in Australian native grasses
Source:Australasian Plant Pathology. Vol. 28, No. 3, September 1999, p. 183-186.
# of Pages:4
Publishing Information:Clayton, Vic. : Australian Plant Pathology Society
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Endophyte-infected plants; Endophytes; Geographical distribution; Neotyphodium; Scouting
Abstract/Contents:"Thirteen native grass genera, and twenty species of native grass seed or proprietary native grass seed, were tested for the presence of endophytic Neotyphodium spp. A fungus, similar in appearance to Neotyphodium was isolated from seed of Danthonia racemosa, but as it did not sporulate it remained unidentified. No confirmed infections caused by Neotyphodium spp. were found in the tested seeds, suggesting that there are no naturally occurring endophytes in the native grass genera under investigation in Victoria, or that they are rare. The possibility of Neotyphodium spp. in Australias native grass population offering insect and nematode resistance, improved growth, nutrient utilisation, and drought tolerance, requires further research."
Language:English
References:18
Geographic Terms:Australia
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Aldous, D. E., S. Isaacs, and M. I. Mebalds. 1999. Endophytes in the genus Neotyphodium are not found in Australian native grasses. Australas. Plant Pathol. 28(3):p. 183-186.
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DOI: 10.1071/AP99031
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