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The role of rain in dispersal of pathogen inoculum
The importance of rain in the dispersal of micro-organisms was first demon strated in the 1880s, in the classic studies of Pierre Miquel (Figure 1) on the microflora of the Pare Montsouris in Paris. Collected rainwater ...
Eyespot disease of cereal
Eyespot (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides ), a serious disease of winter wheat and barley, has increased in importance in the 1980s because I) pathogen populations have become resistant to the fungicides which were used ...
Stages in the progress of eyespot epidemics in winter wheat crops
The temporal progress of eyespot (Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides) epidemics in winter wheat crops is considered in four stages: leaf sheath lesion establishment, leaf sheath penetration, stem lesion establishment and ...
In vitro transcription in plant nuclei
Isolated plant nuclei can be used for fundamental studies on the transcription apparatus. Total RNA polymerase activity can be measured using plant nuclei, and by using different α-amanitin concentrations in the enzyme ...
The life-cycle and pathology of the root-knot nematode parasite Pasteuria-Penetrans
(British Crop Protection Council, 1988)
Agarose Gel Electrophoresis of RNA
(Humana Press, 1986)