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Screening Pinus sylvestris grown for the production of Christmas trees for resistance to western gall rust Peridermium harknessii using different sources of aeciosporesAuthor(s): Todd A. Burnes; Jennifer Juzwik; Robert A. Blanchette
Source: Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science. 64(1): 6-9. (1999)
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionResults showed a moderate to high susceptibility of Pinus sylvestris to western gall rust Peridermium barknessii, from Pinna sylvestris in Michigan and Pinna banksiana in Minnesota. In general, Pinus sylvestris seed sources were more susceptible to aeciospores collected from Pious sytvestris than, aeciospores collected from Pinus banksiana.
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CitationBurnes, Todd A.; Juzwik, Jennifer; Blanchette, Robert A. 1999. Screening Pinus sylvestris grown for the production of Christmas trees for resistance to western gall rust Peridermium harknessii using different sources of aeciospores. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science. 64(1): 6-9. (1999)
KeywordsPinus sylvestris, Peridermium barknessii, Christmas tree, western gall rust, aeciospores
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