The redox of status of plant tissues influences the resistance of winter rye seedlings to snow mould caused by Microdochium nivale (FR) Samuels & Hallett

Franciszek Dubert , Agnieszka Płażek , Ewa Pociecha , Irena Kolasińska , Franciszek Janowiak

Abstract

The disease of grasses and cereals called snow mould is a serious problem in Polish agriculture as it results in a decrease of crop yield and its quality. One of the causes of snow mould is the fungus Microdochium nivale, which develops in conditions existing under snow cover - low temperature, very weak light, and high air humididy. The aim of the study was to verify whether the redox status of plants tissues plays an important role in plant resistance to this pathogen...
Author Franciszek Dubert
Franciszek Dubert,,
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, Agnieszka Płażek (FoAE / DoPP)
Agnieszka Płażek,,
- Department of Plant Physiology
, Ewa Pociecha (FoAE / DoPP)
Ewa Pociecha,,
- Department of Plant Physiology
, Irena Kolasińska
Irena Kolasińska,,
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, Franciszek Janowiak
Franciszek Janowiak,,
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Pages275-287
Publication size in sheets0.6
Book Grzesiak Maciej T. (eds.): Plant functioning under environmental stress, 2013, Cracow : F. Górski Institute of Plant Physiology. Polish Academy of Sciences, ISBN 978-83-86878-30-7, 287 p.
Keywords in Englishlow molecular antioxidants, phenolic compounds, snow mould, winter rye
Internal identifierWRE/11/48
Languageen angielski
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