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  1. Vol. 48 No. 5, p. 243-244
    Received: Jan 19, 1956

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Exotic Sources of Known Types of Smut Resistance in Wheat Varieties1

  1. C. S. Holton,
  2. E. L. Kendrick and
  3. F. C. Elliott



New sources of smut resistance are reported as follows: Ridit type—in a durum wheat from Tunis; M2— in 3 spring wheat introductions from Australia, and 1 from Argentina; Martin type—in 3 hybrid selections. Four additional, and possibly new, reaction types are listed.

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