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.v89i2.743

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