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Table 3 Reaction of sunflower (Helianthus annuus) cultivars/accessions to Puccinia spegazzinii (Peruvian pathotype)

From: Puccinia spegazzinii (Pucciniales: Pucciniaceae) from Peru for biological control of Mikania micrantha (Asteraceae: Eupatorieae) in India: evaluating susceptibility of host populations and confirming host specificity

Cultivar/accession Source Reaction
AHT-16 AAU, Jorhat, Assam a
AHT-17 AAU, Jorhat, Assam
IH-662 AAU, Jorhat, Assam
IH-673 AAU, Jorhat, Assam a
CO-2 Tamil Nadu +b
CO-4 (TNAUSUF-7) Tamil Nadu +b
Swarna Hybrid Tamil Nadu
TCSH-1 (TNAU) Tamil Nadu +a
CMSH-84A Gene Bank, NBPGR, New Delhi
LSFH-35 Gene Bank, NBPGR, New Delhi +b
PRO-011 Gene Bank, NBPGR, New Delhi
EC-512670 (France) NBPGR, New Delhi
EC-512671 (France) NBPGR, New Delhi +b
EC-512682 (France) NBPGR, New Delhi
EC-512683 (France) NBPGR, New Delhi
EC-512714 NBPGR, New Delhi +c
EC-512716 NBPGR, New Delhi +c
EC-512722 NBPGR, New Delhi +c
IC-328856 NBPGR, New Delhi +a
JBT-38/228 (IC-424494) NBPGR, New Delhi +a
KP-AK-37 (IC-415357) NBPGR, New Delhi
KP-AK-76 (IC-415396) NBPGR, New Delhi +b
KP-AK-164 (IC-415484) NBPGR, New Delhi
Morden NBPGR, New Delhi a
MSFH-17 NBPGR, New Delhi +a
Peridoivic NBPGR, New Delhi +c
SM-BJ-6 (IC-411604) NBPGR, New Delhi
SM-BJ-22 (IC-411620) NBPGR, New Delhi
SM-BJ-50 (IC-411648) NBPGR, New Delhi
SM-BJ-99 (IC-411697) NBPGR, New Delhi
Surya NBPGR, New Delhi +b
  1. + mild chlorotic flecks observed on leaves (pathogenicity score 1), − no chlorotic flecks observed, AAU Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat, Assam, NBPGR ICAR–National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, New Delhi
  2. aTrinidadian pathotype caused mild chlorotic flecks (Sreerama Kumar et al. 2016)
  3. bTrinidadian pathotype did not cause chlorotic flecks (Sreerama Kumar et al. 2016)
  4. cNot tested against the Trinidadian pathotype (Sreerama Kumar et al. 2016)