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Catalog #:  FS10
Source Antibody:  A rabbit polyclonal antibody for capture and a monoclonal antibody for detection.
Test Format:                         

Reactivity: 

Reaction of this test is moderately strong.  Optical Density at 405nm  is in a range of 0.480 - 1.800 depending on the fungal titers in the samples tested.

Sensitivity:  Sensitivity of the ELISA is moderately high.  The fungus can be consistently detected in infected plant tissues diluted at 1:270 - 1:810.

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Products: 

Catalog Number

Description

Test Wells

Price
  $US

Ship Weight
(Estimated)
FS10-R1 ELISA Reagents

500

225

2 lb (1 kg)
FS10-R2 ELISA Reagents

1000

355

3 lb (1.5 kg)
FS10-R3 ELISA Reagents

2000

545

3 lb (1.5 kg)
FS10-C3 Coating antibody

2000

450

2 lb (1 kg)
BS18-IK *IDENTKIT KIT

96

300 1 lb (0.5 kg)
BS18-P1 Positive Control

20

38

1 lb (0.5 kg)
BS18-N1 Negative Control

20

38

1 lb (0.5 kg)

*IDENTIKIT™ offers the quantitative or semi-quantitative detection of a chosen pathogen.

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Information About the Fungus

Name: Septoria nodorum
Acronym:  Snod
Family: Phaeosphaeriaceae
Group/Genus:  Phaeosphaeria

Transmission:  
Main host plants:  wheat

Fungal Structures: 
Fungal Infection: 

Reference:


There are two major Septoria diseases in wheat. These are Septoria tritici blotch, incited by the fungus Septoria tritici, and Septoria nodorum blotch, caused by the fungus Septoria nodorum.

Both diseases cause serious yield losses reported to range from 31 to 53 percent. Worldwide, more than 50 million ha of wheat, mainly growing in the high-rainfall areas, are affected. During the past 25 years, these diseases have been increasing and have become a major limiting factor to wheat production in certain areas. Under severe epidemics, the kernels of susceptible wheat cultivars are shrivelled and are not fit for milling. Epidemics of Septoria tritici blotch and Septoria nodorum blotch of wheat are associated with favourable weather conditions (frequent rains and moderate temperatures), specific cultural practices, availability of inoculum and the presence of susceptible wheat cultivars.