2020
DOI: 10.1186/s12870-020-02612-z
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Abstract: Background Little is known about the initial, symptomless (latent) phase of the devastating wheat disease Septoria tritici blotch. However, speculations as to its impact on fungal success and disease severity in the field have suggested that a long latent phase is beneficial to the host and can reduce inoculum build up in the field over a growing season. The winter wheat cultivar Stigg is derived from a synthetic hexaploid wheat and contains introgressions from wild tetraploid wheat … Show more

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“…Stigg, the cv. LW‐96–2930 is the probable contributor of its STB resistance (Benbow et al, 2020). We observed isolate‐specific responses to the different Z .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The STB resistant hexaploid elite wheat cv. Stigg (Benbow et al, 2020; Hehir et al, 2018; Odilbekov et al, 2019; Welch et al, 2017) and susceptible cv. Longbow (Chartrain et al, 2004; Chartrain, Joaquim, et al, 2005), and wild‐type Cadenza seeds were used as STB checks in the STB experiments.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%