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Constitutional and induced accumulation of callose and phenol compounds as elements of systemic resistance of winter wheat sprouts

Boboshko O., Emelyanov V., Panyuta O., Taran N.

 




SUMMARY. The accumulation level for callose and phenol compo-unds in the sprouts of two varieties of winter wheat under inoculation with pathogenic fungus Pseudocerco-sporella herpotrichoides, causing eyespot disease of wheat, was determined. It was demonstrated that there were considerable differences in the constitutional and induced accumulation of phytoimmunity substances by the sprouts of varieties Myronivska 808 and Renan, which conditions the specificities of their resistance to pathogenic microorganisms.

Key words: callose, phenol compounds, wheat, Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides

Tsitologiya i Genetika 2019, vol. 53, no. 5, pp. 35-45

E-mail: boboshko.elena mail.ru, vldeml ukr.net, panuta ukr.net, tarantul univ.kiev.ua

Boboshko O., Emelyanov V., Panyuta O., Taran N. Constitutional and induced accumulation of callose and phenol compounds as elements of systemic resistance of winter wheat sprouts, Tsitol Genet., 2019, vol. 53, no. 5, pp. 35-45.

In "Cytology and Genetics":
O. Boboshko, V. Emelyanov, O. Panyuta, N. Taran Constitutional and Induced Accumulation of Callose and Phenol Compounds as Elements of Systemic Resistance in Winter Wheat Sprouts, Cytol Genet., 2019, vol. 53, no. 5, pp. 375383
DOI: 10.3103/S0095452719050049


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