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Author: R. Johnson,G. J. Jellis
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Title: Breeding for Disease Resistance (Developments in Plant Pathology)
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Publisher: Kluwer Academic (February 28, 1993)
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Breeding for Disease Resistance (Developments in Plant Pathology) by R. Johnson,G. J. Jellis

Breeding for disease resistance. Developments in Plant Pathology. VOLUME 1. Breeding for Disease Resistance. Cambridge Laboratory Norwich, . Plant Breeding International Cambridge Cambridge, UK Reprintedfrom Euphytica 63(1-2). Springer-science+business media, . Je 11 is. p. c m. - 0 pmen t sin pIa nt pat hoI 0 gy ; v. 1). Inc 1udes index.

Breeding for disease resistance. and. G. J. JELLIS Plant Breeding International Cambridge Cambridge, UK. Reprinted from Euphytica 63(1-2). - Free ebooks since 2009.

The topic was Disease Resistance in Plant Pathology. There were 315 registered participants, and the Proceedings will be published as a Supplement of the journal Plant Protection Science in two Volumes. Nevertheless, plant pathology is an applied science concerned primarily with practical solutions to disease problems in crop production, horticulture, forestry and the environment. The study of plant diseases, and development of methods for their control, continue to be vital elements in the drive to improve crop productivity and quality of the product  . Breeding for Resistance. Linde . Disease resistance and pathogen population genetic. 45. Chapter · August 2016 with 25 Reads. A successful breeding for resistance program therefore relies on the knowledge of genetic variation for resistance, evolutionary potential of the pathogen, and choice of breeding methods in line with modern selection technologies.

Proceedings of the International Conference on Breeding for Disease Resistance, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 1991. We increasingly need to understand how disease resistances are introduced into crop plants. This book covers the successes and failures of the classical techniques, advances towards modern technology, and the problem of plant variation. Crops covered include cereals (wheat, barley, rice), potatoes, vegetables and soft fruits. Other Books From BibliOZ.

Journal of Plant Pathology. Formerly Rivista di patologia vegetale established in 1892. An International Journal of the Italian Society for Plant Pathology. Classical plant breeding has produced many improvements to crop cultivars, including disease resistance. It is a dynamic process in which the objective is usually the improvement of many characters simultaneously, including disease resistance. Some introduced resistances failed rather soon after its introduction, because of evolution to virulence in the pathogens; others did not fail in this way and remained effective despite widespread and prolonged use, thus being identifiable as providing durable disease resistance

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Methods of Breeding for Disease Resistance: Breeding is carried out either by conventional breeding techniques described earlier or by mutation breeding. The conventional method of breeding for disease resistance is hybridization and selection. The various sequential steps are: screening germplasm for resistance sources, hybridization of selected parents, selection and evaluation of hybrids and testing and release of new varieties. They were first produced by Muller (1927) with the help of X-rays on Drosophila and by Stadler in maize. Use of induced mutations in plant breeding to develop improved varieties is called mutation breeding. In India, over 200 varieties have been developed through mutation breeding. Selection amongst Somaclonal Variation

There is an increasing need for an understanding of the fundamental processes involved in the mechanisms by which disease resistances are introduced into crop plants. This book provides a wide-ranging coverage of the successes and failures of the classical techniques; it describes the advances towards modern technology and addresses the problems of pathogen variation. Crop plants that are considered include: cereals (wheat, barley, rice), potatoes, vegetables and soft fruits.