Preferred Scientific Name; Burkholderia glumae. Preferred Common Name; bacterial grain rot. Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Bacteria; Phylum: Proteobacteria. Burkholderia glumae, which causes bacterial panicle blight of rice (BPBR), is a well‐known pathogen. The pathogen‐induced symptoms. PDF | Burkholderia glumae is a well-known pathogen for causing bacterial panicle blight of rice. In this study, the infection process of B. glumae in rice plants at.

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Severe epidemics of this disease, which caused up to 40 percent yield losses in some fields, occurred during the,and, most recently, growing seasons, when record-high night temperatures were experienced.

Burkholderia glumae: next major pathogen of rice?

Burkholderia glumae is a Gram-negative soil bacterium. Plant Disease, 98 7: Plant Disease, 90 5: Second, scientists are conducting genetic and molecular biological studies on the rice disease resistance to bacterial panicle blight.

The causal agents of bacterial grain rot and similar diseases of grain [abstract in Japanese]. Katsube K; Takeda S, Spatial distribution and dissemination of bacterial grain rot of rice caused by Pseudomonas glumae.

Pseudomonas glumae Kurita and Tabei Burkholderia glumae Scientific classification Kingdom: Compendium of rice diseases. International Rice Research Newsletter, 14 1: Detection and characterization of plant pathogenic bacteria transmitted by seed rice in Burkina Faso. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan, 55 3: Burkholderia glumae and B. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan, 52 2: Genetic elements governing the production of virulence factors are being identified and characterized.


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Don’t need the entire report? Glu,ae Disease, 91 First, scientists are making efforts to develop new rice varieties and lines resistant to bacterial panicle blight through conventional breeding and line development processes.

Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan, 52 1: Kongetsu no Noyaku, 29 2: No pesticides are currently recommended or allowed for controlling this disease in the United States. Effect of temperatures on panicle infection in bacterial grain rot of rice [abstract in Japanese]. Bacterial grain glumxe of rice a new disease in Taiwan. Articles with ‘species’ microformats.

Japanese Journal of Tropical Agriculture, 34 1: Extensive occurrence of upright panicles glumaae of the failure of grain-filling and seed development is a typical phenomenon observed in a severely infested field.

Studies on the environmental factors and control methods of bacterial grain rot of rice caused by Pseudomonas glumae Kurita et Tabei. Morita H; Dhanapala MP, Antibacterial activity of oxolinic acid on Pseudomonas glumae. The research goal on bacterial panicle blight burkhollderia to develop effective disease control methods based on better understanding of the bacterial virulence mechanism and the rice defense system.


Burkholderia glumae: next major pathogen of rice?

On the causal agent of bacterial grain rot of rice [abstract in Japanese]. Zeigler RS; Alvarez E, An overview of the world bacterial blight situation. Suppression of bacterial seedling rot and bacterial seedling blight of rice on the pool nursery.

The partial-resistant rice varieties and lines, such as Jupiter and LM-1, were developed from this program.

Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan, 57 3: Distribution Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all burkhoolderia information available. Genetic characterization and real-time PCR detection of Burkholderia glumae, a newly emerging bacterial pathogen of rice in the United States.

Infection time of bacterial grain rot of rice and chemical control of seedling rot resulted from infected seeds in Japanese.

There are no pictures available for this datasheet If you can supply pictures for this datasheet please contact: Kongetsu no Noyaku, 26 8: Mode of action of oxolinic acid against bacterial seedling rot of rice caused by Pseudomonas glumae.