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Table 4 Field experiments used to assess the resistance of T. monococcum and tetraploid wheat to take-all

From: Identifying variation in resistance to the take-all fungus, Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici, between different ancestral and modern wheat species

Harvest year (field trial code) Rothamsted field Sowing date Treatments1 Date sampled Growth stage (GS)
2006 (06/R/WW/615) Delafield 06/10/05 27 T. monococcum accessions, 1 control cereal species, 8 hexaploid wheat cultivars 07/07/06 71-73
2008 (08/R/WW/810) Long Hoos I&II 19/10/07 16 T. monococcum accessions, 4 control cereal species, 13 hexaploid wheat cultivars 01/07/08 71-73
2009 (09/R/WW/911) Stackyard 20/10/08 5 T. monococcum accessions, 5 tetraploid wheat cultivars, 3 control cereal species, 9 hexaploid wheat cultivars 09/07/09 71-73
2010 (10/R/WW/1034) West Barnfield 28/10/09 13 T. monococcum accessions, 5 tetraploid wheat cultivars, 3 control cereal species, 10 hexaploid wheat cultivars, 1 Aegilops speltoides accession 01/07/10 73
2011 (11/R/WW/1109) Claycroft 29/10/10 12 T. monococcum accessions, 3 control cereal species, 12 hexaploid wheat cultivars 07/07/11 71-73
  1. 1Control cereal species = hexaploid wheat cv. Hereward in 2006; oats, rye, triticale and hexaploid wheat cv. Hereward in 2008; rye, triticale and hexaploid wheat cv. Hereward in 2009, 2010 and 2011.