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Factors affecting resistance of flax to Fusarium lini Bolley.

Padmanabhan Narayanan Nair

Factors affecting resistance of flax to Fusarium lini Bolley.

by Padmanabhan Narayanan Nair

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flaxwilt.,
  • Fusarium lini.,
  • Flax -- Diseases and pest resistance.

  • Edition Notes

    Microfilm. Minneapolis : 1 microfilm reel : postive ; 35 mm.

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    Open LibraryOL15173429M

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Factors affecting resistance of flax to Fusarium lini Bolley by Padmanabhan Narayanan Nair Download PDF EPUB FB2

Download Citation | New sources of effective resistance genes to Fusarium wilt in flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) depending on temperature | Fusarium wilt caused mainly by fungus Fusarium. based on the observations of flax and Melampsora lini interactions.

However, the genetics and the resistance mechanisms of fusarium wilt have never been fully understood, although resistance to the disease was developed by selection and recombination (Kroes, ). Cool temperatures () and high relative humi- dity are conducive to the development of the disease.

In the varieties grown for oil, the oil content in the seed is reduced, and in the varieties grown for fibre the flax quality is im- paired by breaking of Cited by: 5.

Popescu, F. and Schuster, W., Cercetari privind contolul genetic al rezistentei inului la fuzarioza,(Fusarium oxysporum sp. lini (Bolley) Snyder et Hansen. (Investigation of the genetic control of the resistance of flax to Fusarium oxvsporum f. lini (Bolley) Snyder and Hansen). Probelem de Genetica Teoretica si Applicata 17(1): Cited by: 2.

In his studies on the inheritance of the resistance of flax (Linum usitatissimum) to the flax rust pathogen (Melampsora lini), Flor () revealed the classical ‘gene-for-gene’ model that proposes that, for resistance to occur, complementary pairs of dominant genes, one in the host and the other in the pathogen, are required.A loss or alteration in the host resistance gene or in the.

Finally, the inheritance of flax wilt resistance of the RIL population was assessed using phenotypic data from the controlled environment and field test. Four flax cultivars: Bison and Aurore (wilt resistant) and Novelty and Oliver (wilt (AUDPC) for 17 isolates of Fusarium oxysporum f.

lini on flax. Download Citation | On Jan 1,Mohit Kumar Tripathi UK published Screening of Linseed Germplasm for Resistance/Tolerance against Fusarium oxysporum F Sp.

Lini (Bolley) Disease |. Fusarium lini Bolley, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Promotion of Agricultural Science 42 () [MB#] 2. Fusarium oxysporum f. lini (Bolley) W.C. Snyder & H.N.

Hansen, American Journal of Botany 66 () [MB#]. Chemistry of Dehydrogenation of Alcohols by Fusarium Lini Bolley | Goepfert, George J | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Temperature and pH on Growth and Sporulation of Fusarium oxysporum f.

lini (Bolley) Snyder and Hensan Causing Linseed Wilting. Prog. Agric. 9(1): Mix, A. Factors Affecting the Sporulation of Phyllosticta solitaria in Culture. Phytopath. Munjal, R. and Gautam, S. Effect of vitamins on growth. Fusarium wilt Fusarium oxysporum f.

lini This disease is found in all flax-growing areas in North America. All commercial cultivars have moderate to high levels of resistance to the causal agent. Seed treatments may help protect the crop at early stages of growth, but the fungus can infect flax.

A collection totalling samples contained varieties and forms which were resistant under conditions of artificial infection, among them samples and which have higher seed and fibre yields than the standard Svetoc [Torch].

The resistant samples form protective cell layers around the infection area and effectively check the spread of infection to other tissues. Necrotrophic mycoparasitic and strong competitive ability ofFusarium lini Bolley, a root pathogen of linseed (Linum usitatissimum L.), was observed against some potential fungal root colonizers.

The antagonistic nature ofF. lini was studied on nutrient agar and root surface in the presence of background antagonism. The results are discussed in the light of general factors involved in.

The histology of root rot of flax seedlings infected by Fusarium oxysporum lini was studied using semi-thin sections of plastic-embedded roots. Within two days, the fungus colonised the root. Abstract. The inheritance of resistance to fusarium wilt (Fusarium oxysporum lini) was investigated in Linum usitatissimum as a first step towards gaining an understanding of the molecular genetics of the disease and developing a procedure for marker-assisted selection.

This paper deals with status of linseed research in India which happens to be an ancient oil and fibre-producing crop predominantly cultivated under rainfed condition.

Crop systematics in order to. The histology of root rot of flax seedlings infected by Fusarium oxysporum lini was studied using semi-thin sections of plastic-embedded roots. Within two days, the fungus colonised the root cap cell layers by intercellular and intracellular growth.

Attempted intercellular penetration of root cap cells via the middle lamella induced the formation of appositions next to penetrating hyphae.

Prairie Thunder's desirable combination of improved agronomic traits, seed quality and superior wilt (Fusarium oxysporum Schlecht. lini (Bolley) Snyder & Hansen) resistance should make this. Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum lini (Bolley) Snyder and Hansen is a limiting factor in flax production.

Seedlings may be killed by the disease shortly after emergence, while delayed infections causes yellowing and wilting of leaves (Bailey et al., ). The testing of varieties of flax for resistance to wilt (Fusarium lini) has been carried out on a large scale with very promising results.

The fibre varieties have shown great resistance. The incidence of root and seed diseases of wheat was not appreciably affected by manurial treatment. Scab [Gibberella saubinetii[Gibberella zeae]] and black point of wheat [see this Review, i, p.

] were not. The introduction of UGTs in flax plants resulted in increased resistance against Fusarium species through the generation of flavonoid glycosides and increased levels of proanthocyanidin, lignans, phenolic acids, and unsaturated fatty acids (Lorenc-Kukuła et al., ).

The introduction of UGTs in flax plants resulted in increased resistance against Fusarium species through the generation of flavonoid glycosides and increased levels of proanthocyanidin, lignans, phenolic acids, and unsaturated fatty acids (Lorenc-Kukuła et al., ). We found 19 UGTs in our study, and 18 of them showed increased transcript abundance 18 DPI (Supplementary Figure.

In fibre flax protection the main biotic stresses that affect plant growth, development and yield are: (1) weeds (mono- and dicotyledonous species), (2) diseases [Fusarium wilt, anthracnose, septoriosis (flax pasmo), grey mildew, fomoza, black mould, oidium (powdery mildew of flax), rust], (3) insects (flea beetles, flax thrips, cutworms, gamma moths) (Anduszewska and Heller.