Septoria leaf blotch is a fungal disease due to Septoria tritici, anamorph Mycosphaerella graminicola, that affects wheat and occasionally other grasses including barley. It is the major disease of wheat in the UK.
Septoria apiicola is the cause of late blight of celery. it is characterized by the production of conidia within pycnidia. The symptoms include chlorotic spots that turn brown and necrotic. Septoria apiicola can survive on seeds.
Several species of passion flower are infected by several species of Septoria, and a fungus, which has been going by the name Septoria passiflorae but which is probably an undescribed species, has been used to control the invasive Passiflora tarminiana in Hawai'i.
Registration of KS96WGRC40 Hard Red Winter Wheat Germplasm Resistant to Wheat Curl Mite, Stagnospora Leaf Blotch, and Septoria Leaf Blotch.
Mar 01, 1999; KS96WGRC40 (Reg. no. GP-559, PI 604225) is a hard red winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) with resistance to wheat curl mite,...
A novel QTL for Septoria speckled leaf blotch resistance in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) accession PI 643302 by whole-genome QTL mapping.(quantitative trait locus)(Report)
Aug 01, 2010; Introduction Septoria speckled leaf blotch (SSLB), caused by Septoria passerinii, is one of the most important foliar diseases of...