FOURTEEN RUSTS FROM NORTHEAST IRAN

M. Sadravi, Y. Ono, M. Pei, K. Rahnama

Abstract


Surveys of fields; parks; and forests in the Golestan province of northeast Iran resulted in the record of fourteen rust-induced diseases on weeping willow; black poplar; blackberry; rose; estragon; garlic; wild oat; barley; ryegrass; wheat; peach; plum; alfalfa; and broad bean. Causal agents were identified as Melampsora coleosporioides; M. allii-populina; Phragmidium bulbosum; Ph. violaceum; Ph. rosae-pimpinellifoliae; Ph. tuberculatum; Puccinia absinthii; P. allii; P. coronata f.sp. avenae; P. coronata f.sp. hordei; P. graminis f.sp. avenae; P. hordei; P. persistens subsp. triticina; Tranzschelia discolor; Uromyces striatus; and U. viciae-fabae. Weeping willow rust and barley crown rust are reported for the first time from Iran and Asia; respectively.

Keywords


Rusts; Melampsora; Phragmidium; Puccinia; Tranzschelia; Uromyces

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4454/jpp.v89i3.764

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