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Literature list (sorted descending by year) for:
pest-disease-weed = Pyrenophora teres
and the publication year(s):
year 1 = 2020
qualifier = "after (Year 1)"

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Molecular Plant Pathology (2022) 23, 278-290
Caroline Ines Skoppek, Wilko Punt, Marleen Heinrichs, Frank Ordon, Gwendolin Wehner, Jens Boch and Jana Streubel (2022)
The barley HvSTP13GR mutant triggers resistance against biotrophic fungi

BMC Genomics (2022) 23 (285) - Association mapping reveals a
Shaun J. Clare, Kasia M. Duellman, Jonathan K. Richards, Roshan Sharma Poudel, Lance F. Merrick, Timothy L. Friesen and Robert S. Brueggeman (2022)
Association mapping reveals a reciprocal virulence/avirulence locus within diverse US Pyrenophora teres f. maculata isolates

Journal of Plant Pathology (2022) 104, 205-213
Fluturë Novakazi, Magnus Göransson, Tryggvi Sturla Stefánsson, Marjo Hokka, Marja Jalli and Jón Hallsteinn Hallsson (2022)
Virulence of Icelandic Pyrenophora teres f. teres populations and resistance of Icelandic spring barley lines

Journal of Plant Pathology (2022) 104, 305-315
Wassila Ahmed Lhadj, Karima Boungab, Fatiha Righi Assia, Arzu Çelik Oguz, Aziz Karakaya and Fatih Ölmez (2022)
Genetic diversity of Pyrenophora teres in Algeria

Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection (2021) 128, 421-429
Fernanda M. Gamba, Adnan Sisic and Maria R. Finckh (2021)
Continuous variation and specific interactions in the Pyrenophora teres f. teres–barley pathosystem in Uruguay

Journal of Phytopathology (2021) 169, 447-460
Haleh Dokhanchi, Mahdi Arzanlou and Farnaz Abed-Ashtiani (2021)
Sexual recombination and genetic diversity in Iranian populations of Pyrenophora teres

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2021) 34, 135-139
Nathan A. Wyatt and Timothy L. Friesen (2021)
Four reference quality genome assemblies of Pyrenophora teres f. maculata: A resource for studying the barley spot form net blotch interaction

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2021) 161, 357-369
J.P. Uranga, A.E. Perelló, M. Schierenbeck and M.R. Simón (2021)
First screening for resistance in Argentinian cultivars against Pyrenophora teres F. maculata, a recently reported pathogen in wheat

Australasian Plant Pathology (2021) 50, 217-227
Allo A. Dido, Kassahun Tesfaye, M.S.R. Krishna, Dawit T. Degefu and B.J.K. Singh (2021)
Diversity within and among Ethiopian barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) landraces in resistance to barley net blotch (Pyrenophora teres F. teres (Ptt))

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2021) 34, 779-792
Paula Moolhuijzen, Julie A. Lawrence and Simon R. Ellwood (2021)
Potentiators of disease during barley infection by Pyrenophora teres f. teres in a susceptible interaction

Plant Pathology (2021) 70, 735-744
Asieh Vasighzadeh, Bahram Sharifnabi, Mohammad Javan-Nikhah, Elaheh Seifollahi, Doreen Landermann-Habetha, Alice Feurtey and Eva Holtgrewe-Stukenbrock (2021)
Population genetic structure of four regional populations of the barley pathogen Pyrenophora teres f. maculata in Iran is characterized by high genetic diversity and sexual recombination

European Journal of Plant Pathology (2020) 158, 315-333
Marja Jalli, Janne Kaseva, Björn Andersson, Andrea Ficke, Lise Nistrup-Jørgensen, Antanas Ronis, Timo Kaukoranta, Jens-Erik Ørum and Annika Djurle (2020)
Yield increases due to fungicide control of leaf blotch diseases in wheat and barley as a basis for IPM decision-making in the Nordic-Baltic region

Euphytica (2020) 216 (4 - 56)
J.P. Uranga, M. Schierenbeck, A.E. Perelló, U. Lohwasser, A. Börner and M.R. Simón (2020)
Localization of QTL for resistance to Pyrenophora teres f. maculata, a new wheat pathogen

Plant Disease (2020) 104, p. 3254 (Garozi et al.)
R. Garozi, P. Angelotti, H.R. Feksa and D.J. Tessmann (2020)
First report of Pyrenophora teres f. teres causing leaf spot on wheat in Brazil

Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection (2020) 127, 35-42
Hamama-Iméne Lammari, Alexandra Rehfus, Gerd Stammler, Zine El Abidine Fellahi, Abdelkader Benbelkacem and Hamida Benslimane (2020)
Occurrence and frequency of spot form and net form of net blotch disease of barley in Algeria

Journal of Phytopathology (2020) 168, 254-266
Sanjaya Gyawali, Reda Amezrou, Ramesh Pal Singh Verma, Robert Brueggeman, Sajid Rehman, Loubna Belqadi, Mustapha Arbaoui, Prabin Tamang and Murari Singh (2020)
Seedling and adult stage resistance to net form of net blotch (NFNB) in spring barley and stability of adult stage resistance to NFNB in Morocco

Molecular Plant Pathology (2020) 21, 272-288
Shaun J. Clare, Nathan A. Wyatt, Robert S. Brueggeman and Timothy L. Friesen (2020)
Research advances in the Pyrenophora teresbarley interaction

The Plant Pathology Journal (2020) 36, 218-230
Hamama-Imène Lammari, Alexandra Rehfus, Gerd Stammler and Hamida Benslimane (2020)
Sensitivity of the Pyrenophora teres population in Algeria to quinone outside inhibitors, succinate dehydrogenase inhibitors and demethylation inhibitors

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2020) 33, 173-188
Nathan A. Wyatt, Jonathan K. Richards, Robert S. Brueggeman and Timothy L. Friesen (2020)
A comparative genomic analysis of the barley pathogen Pyrenophora teres f. teres identifies subtelomeric regions as drivers of virulence

Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection (2020) 127, 683-694
Kealan Hassett, Simon R. Ellwood, Katherine G. Zulak and Mariano Jordi Muria-Gonzalez (2020)
Analysis of apoplastic proteins expressed during net form net blotch of barley

Pest Management Science (2020) 76, 1743-1750
Yuichi Matsuzaki, So Kiguchi, Haruka Suemoto and Fukumatsu Iwahashi (2020)
Antifungal activity of metyltetraprole against the existing QoI-resistant isolates of various plant pathogenic fungi

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