Puccinia
Puccinia is a genus of fungi. All species in this genus are obligate plant pathogens and are known as rusts. The genus contains about 4000 species.
Examples of Puccinia rusts and the diseases they cause:
- Puccinia asparagi - Asparagus rust
- Puccinia graminis - Stem rust, also known as black rust
- Puccinia horiana - Chrysanthemum white rust
- Puccinia mariae-wilsoniae - Spring beauty rust
- Puccinia poarum - Coltsfoot rust gall
- Puccinia psidii - Guava rust or eucalyptus rust
- Puccinia recondita - Brown rust
- Puccinia sessilis - Arum rust and Ransoms rust
- Puccinia striiformis - Stripe rust, also known as yellow rust
- Puccinia triticina - Wheat leaf rust, also known as brown rust
The rust species Puccinia obtegens has shown some promise for controlling Canada thistle, but it must be used in conjunction with other control measures to be effective.

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Puccinia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Puccinia is a genus of fungi. All species in this genus are obligate plant pathogens and are known as rusts. The genus contains about 4000 species. Examples ...
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Stem rust - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The stem, black or cereal rusts are caused by the fungus Puccinia graminis and are a significant disease affecting cereal crops. Crop species which are affected ...
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Puccinia Group Database - Broad Institute
The Puccinia graminis sequencing project is part of the Fungal Genome Initiative at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Its goal is to release a high quality ...
www.broadinstitute.org/annotation/genome/puccinia_group/
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Plant Pathology | Extension | Puccinia | CAES | UGA
Puccinia causes rust on cereals, turfgrass, and ornamental grasses and selected non-grass plants. Stem rust of wheat has been a major disease affecting ...
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Puccinia graminis (Stem wheat rust) - MicrobeWiki
Apr 30, 2013 ... By Rafael Contreras Rangel. Wheat stem rust, also known as black rust, is caused by the fungus Puccinia graminis and it has recently acquired ...
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Puccinia - definition of Puccinia by the Free Online Dictionary ...
Noun, 1. Puccinia - type genus of the Pucciniaceae; a large genus of parasitic fungi including many that are destructive to various economic plants.
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Hawai'i Forestry Extension: Puccinia Rust
Puccinia Rust. References to scientific articles on Puccinia rust in Hawaii and elsewhere, many available on-line. Puccinia rust on ohia, Metrosideros ...
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Puccinia
Two magnified images of the fruiting bodies of Puccinia species which grow as parasites on foliage.
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Home - Puccinia graminis - JGI Genome Portal
This genome was sequenced by the Broad Institute. Rust fungi (Pucciniales) cause some of the most devastating plant diseases and are comprised of more than ...
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Puccinia psidii (Pucciniaceae) - HEAR…
Puccinia psidii is a rust (a type of plant pathogen) native to Brazil with a very broad host range in the myrtle family (Myrtaceae). Puccinia psidii can have very ...
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Puccinia in science
Puccinia Group Database - Broad Institute
The genus Puccinia is the largest in the Pucciniales and is considered the most ... (which are dikaryotic) by the Szabo group at the University of Minnesota.
Hollyhock Rust - Puccinia malvacearum - Colorado State University ...
For example, one Puccinia graminis race attacks only wheat while another Puccinia graminis race attacks only barley. Within each of these races, however, are ...
Hawai'i Forestry Extension: Puccinia Rust - ctahr - University of Hawaii
References to scientific articles on Puccinia rust in Hawaii and elsewhere, many ... Summary of a presentation at the University of Hawaii, July 13, 2010 by ...
Puccinia - Plant Pathology at CAES | UGA - University of Georgia
University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences ... Puccinia causes rust on cereals, turfgrass, and ornamental grasses and selected  ...
[PDF]Stem rust of small grains and grasses caused by Puccinia graminis
Department of Plant Pathology, University of Minnesota and United States Department of ... Taxonomy: Puccinia graminis is a rust fungus in the phylum.
Rust [Turfgrass] (Puccinia spp. and Uromyces spp.) - University of ...
Heavily infected grass becomes reddish brown to yellow-orange because of large numbers of powdery pustules. The rust material (countless rust spores) easily ...
[PDF]Chrysanthemum white rust Puccinia horiana - Michigan State ...
Michigan State University's invasive species factsheets. Prepared by T. Noma, ... Systematic position. Fungi > Uredinales > Pucciniaceae > Puccinia horiana.
Puccinia malvacearum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Puccinia malvacearum, also known as hollyhock rust, is a species within the Puccinia genus known for ... University of Nebraska Department of Plant Pathology.
Puccinia asparagi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Puccinia asparagi is the causative agent of asparagus rust. It is an autoecious fungus, .... Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service. p. 66. ^ Fiume, F; G.
Puccinia psidii (Pucciniaceae) - HEAR species info
Puccinia psidii. ... A message from Dr. David Duffy, Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit (PCSU), University of Hawaii (posted 05 November 2012): Because of a lack  ...
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Puccinia: Webster's Timeline History, 1810 - 2007
Puccinia: Webster's Timeline History, 1810 - 2007
Icon Group International, 2010
Webster's timelines cover bibliographic citations, patented inventions, as well as non-conventional and alternative meanings which capture ambiguities in usage. These furthermore cover all parts of speech (possessive, institutional usage, geographic usage) and contexts, including pop culture, the arts, social sciences (linguistics, history, ge...
Effect of Yellow Rust on Yield and Yield Components of Wheat: Yield loss assessment of wheat against yellow rust...
Effect of Yellow Rust on Yield and Yield Components of Wheat: Yield loss assessment of wheat against yellow rust...
Ajaya Karkee, 2013
Mr. Ajaya Karkee has obtained his master degree in Plant Pathology in 2012 from Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Rampur, Chitwan, Nepal. Since then he has been engaged in Group of Helping Hands (SAHAS) Nepal as a Proect Coordinator for Okhaldhunga district of Nepal.
Insects and fungi associated with Cardus thistles (compositae)
Insects and fungi associated with Cardus thistles (compositae)
Suzanne W. T. Batra, United States. Science and Education Administration, 1981
LIST OF SPECIFIC FUNGI UREDINALES Puccinia cardui-pycnocephali H. Sydow & P. Sydow Plantrecs.: Carduus pycnocephalus (Italy, Spain, Yugoslavia, Portugal, Britain, Turkey, Asia Minor, Iran, Cyprus, New Zealand, Azerbaid- zhan SSR, ...
Development of Wheat Stem Rust Epidemics in Ethiopia: Temporal Development of Stem Rust (Puccinia graminis f....
Development of Wheat Stem Rust Epidemics in Ethiopia: Temporal Development of Stem Rust (Puccinia graminis f....
Kebede Tadesse, 2011
The author is a researcher worked in different national and regional research institutes at various positions. He was also a lecturer teaching plant pathology course and Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resource of Mada Walabu University. Currently he is working in Ethiopian Institute of Agriculture Research.
DURABLE RESISTANCE AGAINST STRIPE RUST (Puccinia striiformis) IN WHEAT: Characterization of Pakistan Wheat varieties...
DURABLE RESISTANCE AGAINST STRIPE RUST (Puccinia striiformis) IN WHEAT: Characterization of Pakistan Wheat varieties...
Naimat Ullah and A. S. Mumtaz, 2011
Naimat Ullah, Ph.D scholor, NUST Center of Virology and Immunology (NCVI), National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan. Research interests; Genetics, Plant Pathology and Plant Virology. A.S.Mumtaz, Assistant Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Evaluation de la résistance du blé tendre à la rouille brune: Suivi de la virulence du Puccinia triticina et...
Evaluation de la résistance du blé tendre à la rouille brune: Suivi de la virulence du Puccinia triticina et...
Mohamed MOSBAHI, 2011
Docteur en Sciences Agronomiques, Spécialité: Amélioration Génétique des Céréales. Enseigant chercheur à l'Ecole Supérieure d'Agriculture de Mograne, Tunisie. Diplômes:DEA et Doctorat à l'Institut National Agronomique à Tunis, Tecinicien Supérieur en grandes cultures et Ingénieur Agronome à l'Ecole Supérieure d'Agriculture ...
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Puccinia
Puccinia monoica - Botany Photo of the Day
www.botanicalgarden.ubc.ca/potd/2013/11/puccinia-monoica.php
Bupleurum tenuissimum – Slender Hare’s-ear and Puccinia bupleuri rust fungus @ UK Wildlife
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www.uk-wildlife.co.uk/bupleurum-tenuissimum-slender-hares-ear-and-puccinia-bupleuri-rust-fungus/
Puccinia graminis Pers
Щоб забезпечити це заняття, треба заготовити три різних об'єкта. Навесні на початку червня зібрати листя барбарису з помаранчевими плямами, серед яких на верхній стороні більш темні точки відповідають спермогонії.
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Relationship between stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis) and grain quality of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) in the highlands of Bale, southeastern Ethiopia | WFL Publisher
world-food.net/relationship-between-stripe-rust-puccinia-striiformis-and-grain-quality-of-bread-wheat-triticum-aestivum-in-the-highlands-of-bale-southeastern-ethiopia/
PLOS ONE: An eQTL Analysis of Partial Resistance to Puccinia hordei in Barley
PLOS ONE: an inclusive, peer-reviewed, open-access resource from the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF SCIENCE. Reports of well-performed scientific studies from all disciplines freely available to the whole world.
www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0008598
Orange pustules | Whiteknights biodiversity
Posted on 2013/10/21 by Fay Newbery.
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Leaf Rust Fungus / Puccinia monoica | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
I love coming across Rust Fungus on mustard plants of the Arabis genus. This very small (macro shot) pseudoflower was growing on Silver Rockcress/Alpine Smelowskia at Plateau Mountain, Kananaskis, way south of Highway 40, on July 2nd. "Puccinia monoica is a rust fungus of the genus Puccinia that inhibits flowering in its host plants (those of the Arabis genus) and transforms host behavior in order to facilitate sexual reproduction to pass on its genes. Infection occurs when the fungus sends its throughout the stem of the mustard plant, siphoning off some of the nutrients of its host. However, to reproduce, Puccinia monoica must exchange genes with the Puccinia inside another mustard plant. The fungus sterilizes the plant, preventing it from sending up its own flowers. Instead, the fungus forces the infected plant to turn clusters of its leaves into brilliant "flowers" (pseudoflowers)." From Wikipedia. This image was used on the excellent UBC Botany Photo of the Day website, 21 November 2013. www.botanicalgarden.ubc.ca/potd/2013/11/Puccinia-monoica.php Something must be up with Flickr today - hardly any activity going on.
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"The Threat of the Non-native Neotropical Rust Puccinia psidii to Hawai" by Lloyd Loope, Janice Uchida et al.
The threat of invasive species to natural areas presents enormous challenges, but there are opportunities for working toward solutions, often in conjunction with agricultural and forestry perspectives. There is a growing awareness of the danger to botanical biodiversity and conservation from “emerging infectious diseases” that have increased in incidence, geographical distribution, or host range/pathogenicity; have newly evolved characteristics; and/or have been newly discovered (Anderson et al. 2004). There is a heightened concern for forest health due to accelerating worldwide movement of plant pathogens (e.g., with ineffective quarantine measures) that negatively affect both biodiversity and commercial forestry (Wingfield 2003). An important related concept is that of the ability of fungi to jump to new hosts following anthropogenic introduction. Native hosts are exposed to pathogens with no coevolved recognition or defense mechanism, and microevolution toward increased virulence of introduced pathogens can result (Wingfield 2003; Slippers et al. 2005). The rust fungus Puccinia psidii (Basidiomycota, Uredinales: Pucciniaceae), a species first documented to have jumped from native guava (Psidium guajava, Myrtaceae) to introduced Eucalyptus spp. (Myrtaceae) in Brazil in 1912 (Coutinho et al. 1998) is an extremely important example of this phenomenon (Wingfield 2003; Slippers et al. 2005). Such threats have typically been underestimated by quarantine authorities worldwide, largely due to a lack of understanding of the taxonomy and ecology of the fungi involved (Wingfield 2003). For example, Coutinho et al. (1998) stated: “A detailed taxonomic study is needed to determine the host range and geographical distribution of P. psidii. It is still not certain whether more than one species of Puccinia is capable of infecting members of the Myrtaceae. Comparisons at the molecular level would be particularly useful in this regard.”
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BỆNH RỈ SẮT TRÊN BẮP (Puccinia maydis)
BỆNH RỈ SẮT TRÊN BẮP (Puccinia maydis)
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