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2016, vol. 53, br. 2, str. 53-60
Prva pojava raka stabla na uljanoj repici prouzrokovač Leptosphaeria biglobosa u Srbiji
aNaučni institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo, Novi Sad
bAgricultural Institute of the Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina

e-adresapetar.mitrovic@ifvcns.ns.ac.rs
Projekat:
Razvoj novih sorti i poboljšanje tehnologija proizvodnje uljanih biljnih vrsta za različite namene (MPNTR - 31025)

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U oktobru 2010. pojava simptoma raka stabla na uljanoj repici je uočena na lokalitetu Rimski šančevi u Srbiji. Nekoliko izolata gljive je izolovano iz stabla. Morfološke karakteristike 10 izolata izolovanih u Srbiji su proučene na PDA podlozi, na temperaturi 25±1 oC : rast, boja, oblik, izgled kolonija ivice kolonije, lučenje pigmenta, veličina, boja i oblik piknospora i piknida K-111, K-112, K-113, K-114, K-115, K-116, K-117, K-118, K-119, K-120. Svi testirani izolati imaju brz porast, pravilan oblik kolonija i slabu sporulaciju na hranljivoj podlozi. Piknospore su jednoćelijske, hijalne, uglavnom prave, sa ili bez kapi ulja. Molekularna identifikadja je urađena upotrebom PCR tehnike korišćenjem prajmera PN3/PN10. Pored ovih izolata, dva referentna soja su dobijena iz Centra za poljoprivredna istraživanja Rothamsted, Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo, i označeni sa L. m {Leptosphaeria maculans), L. b (Leptosphaeria biglobosa) i 7 izolata poreklom iz Srbije, označenih sa K-7, St-16, GS-25, L-5, C-3, LJ-2, S-1. Na osnovu DNK amplifikacije sa prajmerima PN3 i PN10 dužina je oko 580 bp (L.b, K-111, K-112, K-113, K-114, K- 115, K-116, K-117, K-118, K-119, K-120) dok kod drugih izolata (L.m, K-7, St-16, GS-25, L-5, C-3, LJ- 2, S-1) je 560 bp. Ova proučavanja su pokazala da svi ispitivani izolati (K-111, K-112, K-113, K-114, K-115, K-116, K-117, K- 118, K-119, K-120) izolovani iz prizemnog dela stabla uljane repice pripadaju vrsti Leptosphaeria biglobosa.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/ratpov53-8997
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 01.09.2016.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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