|Goodwin, Stephen - Steve|
Submitted to: International Symposium on Septoria/Stagonospora Disease of Cereals
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: 12/1/2003
Publication Date: 12/8/2003
Citation: Ware, S.B., Verstappen, E.C., Goodwin, S.B., Waalwijk, C., Kema, G.H. 2003. Experimental identification of the teleomorph of the barley pathogen Septoria passerinii. In: Global Insights into the Septoria and Stagonospora Diseases of Cereals. International Symposium on Septoria/Stagonospora Disease of Cereals, December 8-12, 2003, Tunis, Tunisia. p. 107-110.
Technical Abstract: The teleomorph for Septoria passerinii on barley and other related cereals, formerly known as an asexual pathogen, has been identified. Ascospores are two celled. Germination of ascospores in vitro on PDA medium is slow, and germ tubes form on both sides. Mycelia are unbranched and wavy. Mycelia and ascospores show extensive budding.