Plant Pathology and Plant Protection Seminar - Summer term 2020

Seminar takes place on  Tuesdays at 16:15. Venue is room L44, Grisebachstr. 6.



Date Topic Lecturer Chair
14.04.20 NO SEMINAR

21.04.20 NO SEMINAR

Gathering all Birger Koopmann

05.05.20 Herbicide Resistance in Anthriscus caucalis. A recent emerging problem of arable fields in Northern Germany
Muhammad Khan

12.05.20 Biocontrol effect of the V. longisporum lineage A1/D2 applied as a seed treatment in oilseed rape Marta Vega Marin

Investigation of resistance against Ditylenchus dipsaci on sugar beet Alan Storelli
19.05.20 Development of a decision support system for specific control of Turcicum leaf blight (Exserohilum turcicum) and Kabatiella eyespot disease (Kabatiella zeae) in maize
Sebastian Streit

Studies on wheat ear infection by Magnaporthe oryzae Musrat Surovy
26.05.20 Improving quantitative resistance of oilseed rape against the stem canker pathogen Leptosphaeria maculans Dima Alnajar

02.06.20 Maize diseases: A comparison of pathogenic traits of Exserohilum turcicum and Fusarium spp. isolates originated from tropical and temperate climate zones
Barbara Ludwig Navarro

09.06.20 Soil factors determining dormancy and germination of microslosrtia of Verticillium longisporum Sarenmique Sarenmique

16.06.20 Stimulation of germination of Plasmodiophora brassicae resting spores by soil microbiome Yao Wang  

23.06.20 Molecular characterization of the interaction between BNYVV and the host plant Beta vulgaris Max Müllender (IfZ)

Identification of molecular mechanisms underlying recessive resistance against beet infecting poleroviruses Lukas Rollwage (IfZ)

30.06.20 Regulation and functional validation of GSTs involved in detoxification of herbicides mainly applied in pre-emergence Evlampia Parcharidou

Cross resistance pattern of blackgrass (Alopecurus myosuroides) biotypes with target-site resistance to HRAC group B herbicides
Abdullah Tahir
07.07.19 Effect of climatic factors on fungicide efficacy Jerome Fahrhumad
  Suitability of transient ex-situ expression of L. maculans avirulence genes in cotyledons of B. napus via Agrobacterium infiltration for large scale testing of Brassica napus genotypes for major blackleg resistance genes Balint Bakondi  
14.07.20 NO SEMINAR