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Differential Response of Common Bean Cultivars to Phakopsora pachyrhizi
- Soybean rust (Phakopsora pachyrhizi) has been reported on common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) in Asia, South Africa, and the United States. However, there is little information on the interaction of individual isolates of Phakopsora pachyrhizi with common bean germplasm. A set of 16 common bean cultivars with known genes for resistance to Uromyces appendiculatus, the causal agent of common bean rust, three soybean accessions that were sources of the single gene resistance to P. pachyrhizi, and the moderately susceptible soybean 'Ina' were evaluated using seedlings inoculated with six isolates of P. pachyrhizi. Among the common bean cultivars, Aurora, Compuesto Negro Chimaltenango, and Pinto 114, were the most resistant to all six P. pachyrhizi isolates, with lower severity, less sporulation, and consistent reddish-brown (RB) lesions associated with resistance in soybean. A differential response was observed among the common bean cultivars, with a cultivar-isolate interaction for both severity and sporulation levels, as well as the presence or absence of the RB lesion type. This differential response was independent of the known genes that condition resistance to U. appendiculatus, suggesting that resistance to P. pachyrhizi was independent of resistance to U. appendiculatus.
Miles, M.R. , Pastor-Corrales, M.A. , Hartman, G.L. , Frederick, R.D.
Glycine max , soybeans , rust diseases , Phakopsora pachyrhizi , disease resistance , cultivars , host-pathogen relationships , signs and symptoms (plants) , pathogenicity , sporulation
- Includes references
- Plant disease: an international journal of applied plant pathology 2007 June, v. 91, no. 6
Journal Articles, USDA Authors, Peer-Reviewed
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