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Inheritance and linkage of genetic markers and resistance to Ascochyta blight in lentil
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|Statement||by Bouazza Sakr.|
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Diallel analysis reveals the genetic control of resistance to Ascochyta blight in diverse chickpea and wild Cicer species. Euphytica 3. Dey, S. K., and Singh, G. Resistance to Ascochyta blight in chickpeas. Euphytica 4. Harveson, R. M. A severe outbreak of Ascochyta blight of chickpeas in western Nebraska. of ascochyta blights on faba bean (Vicia faba L.), lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.), and chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.), respectively (Kaiser et al., ; Hernandez-Bello et al., ; Tivoli and Banniza, ). Yield losses caused by aschochyta blight are in order of 40% in lentil (Gossen and Derksen, ), but inFile Size: 1MB.
Ascochyta Blight of Lentil Howard F. Schwartz, David H. Gent, Martha Mikkelson,and Jack Riesselman Identification and Life Cycle Ascochyta blight is caused by the fungus Ascochyta fabae f. sp. lentis. Ascochyta blight is currently is the most common disease of lentils in the northern hemisphere. Infection. Fine Mapping of QTLs for Ascochyta Blight Resistance in Pea Using Heterogeneous Inbred Families Ambuj B. Jha,Krishna K. Gali,Bunyamin Tar’anandThomas D. Warkentin* Crop Development Centre – Department of Plant Sciences, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada Ascochyta blight (AB) is an important disease of pea which can cause File Size: 2MB.
markers. The objective of the present study was to eluci-date the extent of genetic variability present in 37 iso-lates of A. rabieifrom India and to determine the simi-larity/diversity of isolates from USA, Pakistan and Syria with these Indian isolates by using DNA markers. Materials and methods Isolates of A. rabiei. host plant resistance to ascochyta blight (ascochyta rabiei) in elgeyo-marakwet, uasin-gishu and baringo counties of kenya chemweno jacob kiprop (bsc, agric ed) a /ce// a thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of master of science (plant.
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Inheritance of foliar resistance to ascochyta blight in lentil (Lens culinaris) was studied using four resistant (ILLILL‘Indianhead’, and ‘Laird') and two susceptible inbreds. Distribution of Ascochyta blight in North Dakota and eastern Montana lentil production fields in Solid circle = field assessed, disease present; open circle = field assessed, disease absent.
A field was only considered positive for Ascochyta blight if the causal pathogen was isolated from symptomatic lentil tissues collected in that field. Abstract Foliar resistance to Ascochyta lentis is controlled at a single major locus by a dominant gene (AbR 1) in the lentil accession ILL (cv ‘Northfield’).Flanking RAPD markers that are closely linked to the resistance locus in coupling phase were identified by bulked segregant by: Rodda et al.
Breeding for Resistance to Ascochyta Blight in Lentil TABLE 1 | Details of the genetic linkage maps and linked markers for ascochyta blight resistance in lentil.
Name of population. Summary. The mode of inheritance of resistance to Ascochyta blight (Ascochyta rabiei) isolate G in chickpea was studied in three cross combinations and their was found that resistance variety I was controlled by a single dominant gene by: lentil. Breeding for host resistance has been suggested as an efficient means to control this disease.
This paper summarizes existing studies of the characteristics and control of Ascochyta blight in lentil, genetics of resistance to Ascochyta blight and genetic variations among pathogen populations (isolates).Cited by: Detection of two quantitative trait loci for resistance to ascochyta blight in an intra-specific cross of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.): development of SCAR markers associated with resistance.
Iruela M(1), Rubio J, Barro F, Cubero JI, Millán T, Gil J. Author information: (1)Dpto. de Mejora y Agronomía, IFAPA, Córdoba, Córdoba, by: Genetic mapping of ascochyta blight resistance in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) using a simple sequence repeat linkage map Genome Constitutive expression of the Flavanone 3-hydroxylase gene related to pathotype-specific ascochyta blight resistance in Cicer arietinum L.
Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology Lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) is a diploid (2n = 2x = 14), self-pollinating, cool-season, grain legume that is cultivated worldwide and is highly valuable due to its high protein content.
However, lentil production is constrained by many factors including biotic stresses, majority of which are fungal diseases such as ascochyta blight (AB), fusarium wilt, rust, stemphylium blight, anthracnose Cited by: 7.
Lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.) is a self-pollinating, diploid, annual, cool-season, food legume crop that is cultivated throughout the yta blight (AB), caused by Ascochyta lentis Vassilievsky, is an economically important and widespread disease of lentil.
Development of cultivars with high levels of durable resistance provides an environmentally acceptable and economically feasible Cited by: GENETIC RESISTANCE IN CHICKPEA AGAINST ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT: HISTORICAL EFFORTS AND RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS W. Islam1, M. Qasim1, A.
Noman2, A. Idrees1 and L. Wang*1 1College of Plant Protection, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, Fuzhou, FujianChina 2Department of Botany, Government College University, FaisalabadPakistanFile Size: KB.
Ascochyta blight (AB) caused by Ascochyta rabiei (Pass.) Labr. is an important and widespread disease of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) worldwide. The disease is particularly severe under cool and humid weather conditions. Breeding for host resistance is an efficient means to combat this disease.
In this paper, attempts have been made to summarize the progress made in identifying resistance. Ascochyta blight of lentil is a prevalent disease in many lentil producing regions and can cause major yield and grain quality losses.
The most environmentally acceptable and economically profitable method of control is to develop varieties with high levels of durable resistance.
Genetic studies to date suggest that ascochyta blight resistance genes (R-gene) in lentil lines CDC Robin, ILL Cited by: Breeding for host resistance is an efﬁcient means to combat this disease.
In this paper, attempts have been made to summarize the progress made in identifying resistance sources, genetics and breeding for resistance, and genetic variation among the pathogen population. The search for resistance to AB in chickpea germplasm, breeding lines and landCited by: A number of studies have identified QTLs for ascochyta blight resistance in faba bean.
However, no MAS systems have yet been established . The major reason for this shortfall is the low marker density of previously generated genetic maps, such that genetic markers have not been defined in sufficiently close linkage to target QTLs to Cited by: Lentil (Lens culinaris Medikus subsp.
culinaris) is an important dietary source of protein and other essential nutrients in South and West Asia, North and East Africa. Lentil crops are vulnerable to a number of diseases caused by fungi, viruses, nematodes, insect pests, parasitic plants and abiotic stresses.
Among them, the most significant and serious soil-borne disease is Fusarium wilt Cited by: 1. Characterization and genetic analysis of an EIN4-like sequence (CaETR-1) located in QTL AR1 implicated in ascochyta blight resistance in chickpea. Plant Cell Reports DOI /s; Chen, W.
Lentil diseases: A threat to lentil production worldwide. Grain Legumes Ascochyta blight resistance in chickpea. QTL Analysis of Ascochyta Blight Resistance in Chickpea ubc77d ubc65 cs44a Ga2 enp2 dia4 Ta Ts54 Ta2 ubcb Ta72s ubc13 ubcb LOD P ubca ubcb ubcb Gaa47 ubc LOD Linkage Group 4 Linkage Group 8 Figure -1 and QTL-2 conferring resistance to Ascochyta.
morphism (SNP)-based linkage map and iden-tify genomic regions associated with Ascochyta blight resistance. A population (PR) consist-ing of recombinant inbred lines (RILs) devel-oped from a cross between P (P. fulvum) and Alfetta (Pisum sativum L.) was used. These RILs were evaluated for Ascochyta blight resistanceCited by: Read "Detection of two quantitative trait loci for resistance to ascochyta blight in an intra-specific cross of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.): development of SCAR markers associated with resistance, TAG Theoretical and Applied Genetics" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
The first genetic mapping (linkage analysis) began in lentils in (Ladizinsky, ), and the first map comprising DNA-based markers was produced by Havey and Muehlbauer ().Subsequent maps were published by several researchers ().With the development of PCR-based markers, the number of mapped markers across the Lens genome increased dramatically (Kumar et al.,Kumar et al., Cited by: 1.
Ascochyta blight, caused by Ascochyta lentis, is one of the most globally important diseases of lentil. Breeding for host resistance has been suggested as an efficient means to control this disease.
This paper summarizes existing studies of the characteristics and control of Ascochyta blight in lentil, genetics of resistance to Ascochyta blight and genetic variations among pathogen populations.Inheritance and linkage map positions of genes conferring resistance to stemphylium blight in lentil.
Crop Science. 50 (5) Identification of markers associated with .