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life sciences (2) 2
mycosphaerella-graminicola (2) 2
performance (2) 2
temperature (2) 2
wheat (2) 2
zymoseptoria tritici (2) 2
[ sde.be ] environmental sciences/biodiversity and ecology (1) 1
[ sdv.bv.pep ] life sciences [q-bio]/vegetal biology/phytopathology and phytopharmacy (1) 1
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a high proportion of resistant plants was associated with high canopy density (1) 1
adaptation (1) 1
adaptations (1) 1
aggressiveness (1) 1
agricultural sciences (1) 1
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both of which contribute to disease development. disease spread by rain-splash occurs over short distances and is expected to be modulated by canopy structure. our objective was to assess the impact of wheat cultivar mixtures that differ by their canopy architecture on crop microclimate (1) 1
canopy architecture (1) 1
canopy architecture has an impact on spore dispersal and microclimate (1) 1
caused by zymoseptoria tritici. each cultivar mixture was composed of a susceptible and a resistant cultivar. a single (1) 1
could provide a strategy to enhance disease reduction in cultivar mixtures in the case of splash-dispersed diseases (1) 1
cultivar mixture (1) 1
development and progression (1) 1
dimensions (1) 1
disease reduction was similar. on the other hand (1) 1
diseases (1) 1
diversity metrics (1) 1
drug resistance in microorganisms (1) 1
dynamics (1) 1
ecological monitoring (1) 1
ecology (1) 1
ectotherms (1) 1
environmental sciences (1) 1
epidemiology (1) 1
experimental evolution (1) 1
fitness (1) 1
forestry (1) 1
foundations (1) 1
framework (1) 1
fungal pathogen (1) 1
heterogeneity (1) 1
heterogeneous mixtures had a lower canopy density and lower spore fluxes than homogeneous mixtures. compared to the susceptible pure stand (1) 1
in addition to the level of resistance to disease (1) 1
index medicus (1) 1
leaf wetness duration (1) 1
management (1) 1
marine & freshwater biology (1) 1
medical research (1) 1
medicine, experimental (1) 1
meteorology & atmospheric sciences (1) 1
microbiology (1) 1
microclimate (1) 1
microorganisms (1) 1
mixtures of cultivars with different disease resistance levels make it possible to manage plant disease in a context of fungicide reduction. the cultivars composing a mixture are often chosen for their contrasted disease resistance levels (1) 1
pathogens (1) 1
phenotypes (1) 1
phenotyping (1) 1
phytopathology and phytopharmacy (1) 1
pinodes (1) 1
plant architecture (1) 1
plants (1) 1
plasticity (1) 1
population levels (1) 1
protocols (1) 1
relative humidity and leaf wetness duration were recorded from the booting stage onwards. disease assessments were carried out weekly in mixtures and pure stands. disease on susceptible plants was significantly lower in heterogeneous mixtures than in pure stands. in homogeneous mixtures (1) 1
respectively. our results suggest that the impact of canopy architecture on microclimate and spore dispersal can significantly contribute to the reduction of disease propagation in cultivar mixtures. we therefore suggest that taking cultivar architecture into account (1) 1
responses to temperature (1) 1
sensitivity (1) 1
sensitivity analysis (1) 1
septoria tritici blotch (1) 1
septoria-tritici blotch (1) 1
short susceptible cultivar was used. the resistant companion was either short or tall (1) 1
splash-dispersal (1) 1
spore dispersal and the propagation of splash-dispersed disease (1) 1
strains (1) 1
temperature dependence (1) 1
temperature effects (1) 1
the area under the disease progress curve of susceptible plants was reduced by 68% in the heterogeneous mixture and by 32% and 34% in the homogeneous mixtures with 75% and 25% of resistant plants (1) 1
thermal environments (1) 1
thermal performance curve (1) 1
thermoelectricity (1) 1
tritici (1) 1
triticum aestivum (1) 1
vegetal biology (1) 1
whereas their architecture is rarely taken into account. however (1) 1
which had the densest canopy. in the two homogeneous mixtures that differed by the proportion of resistant plants (1) 1
which led to a microclimate favorable to disease development. leaf wetness duration was in fact longer in the pure stand constituted of standard height resistant plants (1) 1
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yeast-like microorganisms (1) 1
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