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Formation of Avenacein Y by Fusarium avenaceum Fries Sacc. isolates from Germany and pathogenicity of the isolates to cereal seedlings

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Abstract

Twelve isolates ofFusarium avenaceum Fries Sacc. originating from diseased corn plants from Germany produced Avenacein Y in amounts ranging from 0.001 to 1.6 g/kg of wheat grain. The isolates proved most pathogenic to triticale seedlings, less pathogenic to rye seedlings and least to wheat. Pathogenicity of the isolates was not correlated with their ability to produce Avenacein Y.

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Golinski, P., Wnuk, S., Manka, M. et al. Formation of Avenacein Y by Fusarium avenaceum Fries Sacc. isolates from Germany and pathogenicity of the isolates to cereal seedlings. Mycotox Res 3, 46–48 (1987). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03192026

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Keywords

  • Forage Production
  • Corn Kernel
  • Cereal Species
  • Cereal Plant
  • Metabolite Characteristic