Identifying key genes and proteins in the Bipolaris sorokiniana pathgenesis of wheat - Erin Hill

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    Bipolaris sorokiniana is devastating pathogen of wheat and barley globally that is causal to many significant diseases affecting grain production in Australia. Despite the significant losses it causes, the molecular basis of the disease is unknown. This project seeks to identify key genes and proteins used by B. sorokiniana to facilitate disease, and to use these data to ultimately inform disease management approaches by screening for resistant and susceptible germplasm. This approach has been used successfully before in related diseases and consequently aligns strongly with the Broad Priority Area of Disease, pest, weed management.
    Effective start/end date3/07/1729/06/18


    • Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC): A$12,000.00


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