EPPO Global Database

Tilletia indica(NEOVIN)

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Teliospores of Tilletia indica (Karnal bunt of wheat) showing surface ornamentation patterns: spines densely arranged, either individually (densely echinulate) or in closely spaced, narrow ridges (finely cerebriform).

Courtesy: Central Science Laboratory, York (GB) - British Crown.

Grain infected with Tilletia indica (Karnal bunt). Symptoms range from partial bunting (point infections and infections spreading down the adaxial groove) to almost complete bunting.

Courtesy: GL Peterson, USDA (US).

Teliospores of T. indica in median view, x 200.

Courtesy: R. Duran, Washington State University (US).

Discharged primary sporidia of T. indica.

Courtesy: R. Duran, Washington State University (US).

Two ears of wheat smutted by T. indica.

Courtesy: R. Duran, Washington State University (US).

Teliospores of T. indica in surface view, x 160.

Courtesy: R. Duran, Washington State University (US).

Germinated teliospore, basidium and sporidia of T. indica, x 200.

Courtesy: R. Duran, Washington State University (US).

Teliospores of T. indica.

Courtesy: R. Duran, Washington State University (US).

Germinated teliospore, basidium and sporidia of T. indica, x 160.

Courtesy: R. Duran, Washington State University (US).

Teliospores of T. indica in median view, x 160.

Courtesy: R. Duran, Washington State University (US).

Bunted ear of wheat.

Courtesy: R. Duran, Washington State University (US).

Bunted wheat grains (T. indica); note localized sori. R. Duran Washington State University (US)