Jump to Main Content
- Jia, M. H., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Phytopathology 2012 v.102 no.7 pp. 700
- Magnaporthe oryzae; blast disease; cultivars; disease resistance; genes; genetic markers; germplasm; haplotypes; marker-assisted selection; microsatellite repeats; pathogenicity; races; rice
- ... The Pib gene in rice confers resistance to a wide range of races of the rice blast pathogen, Magnaporthe oryzae, including race IE1k that overcomes Pita, another broad-spectrum resistance gene. In this study,the presence of Pib was determined in 164 rice germplasm accessions from a core subset of the National Small Grains Collection utilizing DNA markers and pathogenicity assays. The presence of P ...
- Jia, M. H., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Journal of plant registrations 2012 v.6 no.1 pp. 95
- Magnaporthe grisea; Oryza sativa; Thanatephorus cucumeris; agronomic traits; blast disease; blight; chromosomes; cultivars; disease resistance; field experimentation; genes; germplasm; greenhouses; inbred lines; international cooperation; parents; pathogens; quantitative trait loci; races; rice; tropical agriculture; universities; Louisiana
- ... Rice sheath blight (ShB) and blast caused by the fungal pathogens Kühn and B.C. Couch, respectively, are the two most serious diseases of rice worldwide. Four rice (L.) germplasm lines, designated as LJRIL103 (Reg. No. GP-140, PI 660982), LJRIL158 (Reg. No. GP-141, PI 660983), LJRIL186 (Reg. No. GP-142, PI 660984), and LJRIL220 (Reg. No. GP-143, PI 660985), were selected from among 256 recombinant ...