Volume 7, Issue 6, December Issue - 2019, Pages:529-535
|Authors: Namrata, R.P. Singh, Ramlakhan Verma, Prashant Bisen, Prakash Singh, Basavaraj Teli|
|Abstract: An experiment was carried out using six generations (P1, P2, F1, F2, B1 and B2) of cross HUR 3022 x Tetep in rice at BHU, Varanasi during year 2017-2018 to know the inheritance pattern of leaf blast disease under artificial inoculation with LB-TN-2 isolate of Magnaporthe oryzae in the field condition. The blast disease resistant cultivar ‘Tetep’ showed 9.32% disease severity, while high yielding, early maturing susceptible cultivar HUR 3022 showed 43.65% disease severity against M. oryzae. The area under the disease progress curve (AUDPC) of resistance cultivar was observed 127.95 which are significantly less than the susceptible cultivar 605.62. The F1 (HUR 3022 x Tetep) plants were observed to be resistant with an average disease severity and AUDPC are 17.54% and 224.7, respectively. The F2 population was observed to show three distinct phenotypic classes resistant, moderately resistant and susceptible with a ratio of 9:6:1, respectively. Two backcross Populations, B1 and B2 showed different response from each other during evaluation which results in the phenotypic ratio of 1R:2MR:1S in B1 and 1R:0S in B2, respectively. The results showed that blast disease resistance occurs in the cross is due to duplicate cumulative effects or polymeric gene effect of two dominant resistant genes i.e., Pi1 and Pi54.|
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