Melampsora


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Noun1.Melampsora - rusts having sessile one-celled teliospores in a single layerMelampsora - rusts having sessile one-celled teliospores in a single layer
fungus genus - includes lichen genera
flax rust, flax rust fungus, Melampsora lini - fungus causing flax rust
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Integrated management of Alternaria blight, Melampsora rust and fungal wilt of linseed (Linum usitatissimum) in field.
Parasitism of uredospores of Melampsora larici-populina Kleb.
Andrieux et al., "The genetic structure of the plant pathogenic fungus Melampsora larici-populina on its wild host is extensively impacted by host domestication," Molecular Ecology, vol.
Identification of AFLP molecular marker for resistance against Melampsora larici populina in Populus.
Host-pathogen interactions in natural populations of Linum marginale and Melampsora lini.
(2003, 2007), basados en la secuenciacion de una porcion de la region 28S del ADNr en hongos roya recolectados principalmente en Europa y que pusieron de manifiesto que los generos Puccinia, Pucciniastrum, Thekopsora y Uromyces son polifileticos, mientras que Chrysomyxa, Coleosporium, Cronartium, Gymnosporangium, Melampsora, Phragmidium y Tranzschelia, representan taxones monofileticos.
In managed forests of Finland, aspen has been an unwanted species, especially during the 1970s and 1980s, because of its low economic value, fast early growth and high competitive ability with more valuable tree species, and its inclination to host rust disease (Melampsora pinitorqua) that is harmful to young Scots pine stands.
Otras familias con generos especificos son: Bignoniaceae (Prospodium Arthur), Euphorbiaceae (Arthuria Jackson, Nothoravenelia Dietel), Boraginaceae (Alveolaria Lagerheim, Trichopsora Lagerbeim), Salicaceae (Melampsora Castagne), Rubiaceae (Hemileia Berkeley & Broome), Berberidaceae (Edythea Jackson), etc.
oxicarboxin, 5,6-Dihydro-2-methyl-1,4-oxathiin-3-carboxanilide 4,4-dioxide) was applied at 2 g [L.sup.-1] (two treatments at flowering) to control Melampsora euphorbiae (yellow rust).
Upon screening the plants for resistance to the flax rust, Melampsora lini, they found a plant that had lost its resistance, a sign that Ac and Ds had performed as hoped.
Melampsora pinitorqua (Braun) Rostr is an economically important pathogen in Scandinavia (Kurkela 1973).
Another look-alike protein, this one from a gene in flax plants, fortifies flax against a fungus, Melampsora lini.