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Blind Seed Disease: Table 1

Blind Seed Disease

Table 1. Geographical and host distribution
of Gloeotinia temulenta


Agropyron cristatum (L.) Gaertn.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Agrostis canina L.: Northern Ireland (Calvert and Muskett 1944), United States (Hardison 1962)

Agrostis capillaris L. [=A. tenuis Sibth.]: United States (Hardison 1962, Alderman 1991a,b)

Agrostis exarata Trin. [=A. exarata Trin. var. monolepsis (Torr.) Hitchc.]: United States (Fischer 1944)

Agrostis gigantea Roth: New Zealand (Blair 1947)

Agrostis stolonifera L. [=A. alba L.;=A. palustris Huds.]: New Zealand (Blair 1947), Northern Ireland (Calvert and Muskett 1944), United States (Hardison 1962, Alderman 1991a,b)

Aira caryophyllea L.: United States (Fischer 1944)

Alopecurus geniculatus L.: United States (Fischer 1944)

Alopecurus pratensis L.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) Beauv. ex J. and C. Presl: United States (Hardison 1962)

Bromus carinatus Hook. and Arn.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Bromus inermis Leyss.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Bromus racemosus L.: United States (Fischer 1944)

Bromus rubens L.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Calamagrostis boladeri Thurber in S. Watson [= Calamagrostis varia Bol. ex. Thurber]: Germany (Schmid-Heckel 1988)

Cynosurus cristatus L.: New Zealand (Blair 1947), Northern Ireland (Calvert and Muskett 1944)

Cynosurus echinatus L.: United States (Fischer 1944)

Dactylis glomerata L.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Danthonia californica Boland: United States (Fischer 1944)

Deschampsia cespitosa (L.) P. Beauv.: United States (Fischer 1944, Hardison 1962)

Elymus elymoides(Raf.) Swezey [=Sitanion hystrix (Nutt.) J.G. Sm.]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Elymus glaucus Buckley: United States (Hardison 1962)

Elymus lanceolatus (Scribn. and J.G. Sm.) Gould [=Agropyron dasystachyum (Hook.) Scribn.]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Elymus repens (L.) Gould [=Agropyron repens (L.) Beauv.;= Elytrigia repens (L.) Nevski]: Norway (Schumacher 1979), United States (Hardison 1962)

Elymus trachycaulus (Link) Gould ex Shinners [=Agropyron trachycaulum (Link) Malte]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Festuca idahoensis Elmer: United States (Hardison 1962)

Festuca nigrescens Lam. [=F. rubra L. var. commutata Gaud.;=F. fallax auct. non Thuill.;=F. rubra L. subsp. fallax auct. non (Thuill.) Nyman ]: New Zealand (Neill and Hyde 1942, Blair 1947), United States (Hardison 1962, Alderman 1991a,b)

Festuca ovina L.: Northern Ireland (Calvert and Muskett 1944), United States (Hardison 1962)

Festuca rubra L.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Festuca trachyphylla (Hackel) Krajina [= F. ovina var. duriuscula (L.) Koch]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Glyceria borealis (Nash) Batsch.: United States (Fischer 1944)

Holcus lanatus L.: New Zealand (Blair 1947), Northern Ireland (Calvert and Muskett 1944), United States (Fischer 1944, Hardison 1962)

Hordeum marinum Hudson subsp. gussoneanum (Parl.) Thell. [=H. hystrix Roth]: United States (Fischer 1944)

Hordeum murinum L. subsp. leporinum (Link) Arcang. [=Hordeum leporinum Link]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Hordeum vulgare L.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Lolium arundinaceum (Schreber) Darbysh. [=Festuca arundinacea Schreb.;=F. elatior L.]: New Zealand (Neill and Hyde 1942, Blair 1947), United States (Hardison 1962; Alderman 1988, 1991a,b)

Lolium giganteum (L.) Darbysh. [= Festuca gigantea (L.) Vill.]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Lolium multiflorum Lam.: Denmark (Lafferty 1948), Ireland (Lafferty 1948), Scotland (Noble and Gray 1945), New Zealand (Hyde 1938b, Lafferty 1948, Latch 1966), Northern Ireland (Calvert and Muskett 1944, 1945), United States (Hardison 1962)

Lolium perenne L.: Australia (Anonymous 1955, 1962; Wade 1957; McGee 1971a; Munro 1978), Denmark (Gemmell 1940, Lafferty 1948, Kristensen and Jørgensen 1960), England (Neill and Hyde 1939, Gemmell 1940, Glasscock 1940), Ireland (Gemmell 1940, Lafferty 1948), Netherlands (de Tempe 1950, 1966), New Zealand (Gorman 1939; Hyde 1942; Blair 1947, 1948; Lafferty 1948; Hampton and Scott 1980a; Neill and Hyde 1939, 1942), Northern Ireland (Neill and Hyde 1939, Calvert and Muskett 1944), Scotland (Neill and Hyde 1939, Gemmell 1940, Noble and Gray 1945, Dennis and Gray 1954), Sweden (Neill and Hyde 1939), United States (Fischer 1944; Hardison 1962; Alderman 1988, 1991a,b) and Wales (Neill and Hyde 1939)

Lolium pratense (Hudson) Darbysh. [= Festuca pratensis Huds.]: Northern Ireland (Calvert and Muskett 1944), New Zealand (Neill and Hyde 1942)

Lolium temulentum L.: New Zealand (Neill and Hyde 1942), United States (Fischer 1944, Hardison 1962)

Lolium temulentum L. subsp. remotum (Schrank) A. and D. Löve [= Lolium remotum Schrank]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Phleum pratense L.: United States (Fischer 1944, Hardison 1962)

Poa ampla Merr.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Poa arachnifera Torrey in Marcy.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Poa compressa L.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Poa nemoralis L.: United States (Hardison 1962)

Poa pratensis L.: New Zealand (Blair 1947), Northern Ireland (Calvert and Muskett 1944), United States (Hardison 1962, Alderman 1991a,b)

Poa secunda J. Presl subsp. juncifolia (Scribner) Soreng [=P. juncifolia Scribn.;=Poa nevadensis Vasey ex Scribn.]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Poa trivialis L.: New Zealand (Blair 1947), Northern Ireland (Calvert and Muskett 1944), United States (Hardison 1962)

Psathyrostachys juncea(Fisch.) Nevski [=Elymus junceus Fisch.]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Pseudoroegneria spicata (Pursh) A. Löve [=Agropyron inerme (Scribn. and J.G. Sm.) Rydb.;=A. spicatum (Pursh) Scribn. and J.G. Sm.]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Secale cereale L.: France (Prillieux and Delacroix 1891), Germany (Rehm 1900), New Zealand (Neill and Hyde 1942), United States (Hardison 1962)

Thinopyrum intermedium (Host) Barkworth and D.R. Dewey [= Agropyron intermedium (Host) P. Beauv.;=A. trichophorum (Link) Richt.;=Elytrigia intermedia (Host) Nevski]: United States (Hardison 1962)

Vulpia myuros (L.) C.C. Gmelin [=Festuca myuros L.]: United States (Fischer 1944, Hardison 1962)


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