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Optimizing virus detection in potato breeding populations

Dan C. Hane

Optimizing virus detection in potato breeding populations

by Dan C. Hane

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Potato leafroll virus.,
  • Potato virus Y.,
  • Potatoes -- Diseases and pests.

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    Statementby Dan C. Hane.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination69 leaves, bound ;
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15564793M

      Detection and analysis of a filamentous virus isolated from black currant (Ribes nigrum cv. Baldwin) showing symptoms of leaf chlorosis and deformity. 23rd International Conference on Virus and Other Graft Transmissible Diseases of Fruit Crops, Morioka City, Japan, June 8 – 12, Untitled - World Potato Congress amongst the biodiverse geography of the high mountains and small Andean .. 1 Insfituto de Invesfigaciones Agropecuarias INIA, Remehue, Osorno, Chile.

    Dr. Alexej Abyzov (Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Associate Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic) Research in our laboratory is focused on the discovery and analysis of genomic variants and their relevance to diseases. Of particular interest are large variants, such as, deletions and duplications of thousands and millions of nucleotides in individual genomes. Maize production in West and Central Africa (WCA) is constrained by a wide range of interacting stresses that keep productivity below potential yields. Among the many problems afflicting maize production in WCA, drought, foliar diseases, and parasitic weeds are the most critical. Several decades of efforts devoted to the genetic improvement of maize have resulted in remarkable genetic gain Cited by: 1.

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Optimizing virus detection in potato breeding populations by Dan C. Hane Download PDF EPUB FB2

The US potato industry is under threat from newly emerged potato viruses that render potatoes unmarketable. Our overall goal is to reduce the impact of these tuber necrotic viruses by working with all sectors Optimizing virus detection in potato breeding populations book the potato industry to develop and implement new practices leading to a healthier potato crop and higher farm income.

Virologists and plant pathologists will develop improved. A macroarray was developed for the detection of 11 potato viruses and Potato spindle tuber viroid. The 11 viruses detected included those commonly found or tested for in North American potato seed.

We recommend Virus and Virus-like diseases of potatoes and production of seed-potatoes (Loebenstein et al., ) for further information on individual viruses and virus-like pathogens affecting. Specific length amplified fragment sequencing (SLAF-seq) is a recently developed high-resolution strategy for the discovery of large-scale de novo genotyping of single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers.

In the present research, in order to facilitate genome-guided breeding in potato, this strategy was used to develop a large number of SNP markers and construct a high-density genetic Author: Xiaoxia Yu, Mingfei Zhang, Zhuo Yu, Dongsheng Yang, Jingwei Li, Guofang Wu, Jiaqi Li.

Potato breeding. Book Chapter. Genetics and cytogenetics of the potato. Infrared radiometry as a tool for early water deficit detection: insights into its use for establishing irrigation calendars for potatoes under humid conditions Impact of single and double infection with cucumber mosaic virus and potato virus Y on growth and yield.

The research objectives are multifaceted. We will improve diagnostic methods required to study pathogen populations, identify nematode resistance in potato populations, identify virus and aphid genes that regulate vector competence, and develop models and strategies that lead to the management of mixed populations of nematodes and viruses.

Introduction. Maize (Zea mays L.) is a dominant food crop, occupying 40% of the total area planted with cereals in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).It is high yielding, easy to process, and readily digested, and it costs less than other cereals. Maize grains, leaves, stalks, tassels, and cobs can all be used to produce a variety of food and non-food by: 1.

Bacterial soft rot of potato tubers is favoured by anaerobic conditions and a high relative humidity (Fig. D and E).The temperature determines largely whether erwinias are able to infect tubers and which (sub)species will dominate (Pérombelon and Kelman, ).At temperatures below 15°C, E.

carotovora ssp. atroseptica is primarily involved in decay, whereas at higher temperatures, it is Cited by: View the abstracts and presentation recordings from the ICPP Congress held in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. from July 29 - August 3, The oral. Optimizing the use of informatic resources for R-gene discovery.

Plant science is characterized by the production of large and heterogeneous collections of biological data, including genomic sequence data, expression profiles, and phenotypic characterization (Bolger et al., ). The importance of more extensive annotations is becoming Author: Maria Raffaella Ercolano, Giuseppe Andolfo, Luigi Frusciante.

Faccioli G, Colalongo MC () Eradication of potato virus Y and potato leafroll virus by chemotherapy of infected potato stem cuttings. Phytopathologia Mediterranea –78 Google Scholar Farran I, Sanchez-Serrano JJ, Medina JF, Prieto J, Mingo-Castel AM () Targeted expression of human serum albumin to potato by: 1.

Sweet potato breeding for resistance to sweet potato virus disease and improved yield: progresses and challenges. African Journal of Agricultural Research 8: Jane Muthoni, Hussein Shimelis and Rob Melis. Alleviating potato seed tuber shortage in developing countries: Potential of.

We dedicate this book to all who are involved with scientific investigation, education, extension, phytosanitary regulation, management and dealing.

High-throughput field phenotyping has garnered major attention in recent years leading to the development of several new protocols for recording various plant traits of interest.

Phenotyping of plants for breeding and for precision agriculture have different requirements due to different sizes of the plots and fields, differing purposes and the urgency of the action required after by: 4.

Distribution Top of page. The beetle was first discovered by Thomas Nuttall in and was described in Suddenly, inthe Colorado potato began devastating potato crops miles west of Omaha, Nebraska, USA (Pope and Madge, ).Whether the attacks stemmed from a change in food preference by the beetle, or were the result of its first meeting with the cultivated potato, remains.

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Free library of english study presentation. Share and download educational presentations online. Rapid detection of Turnip mosaic virus by reverse transcription loop-mediated isothermal amplification.

Journal of Phytophathology. doi: / jph Lei Zhao, Chaohong Feng, Xingan Hao, Renrui Wang, Lingyun Hu, Qiao-chun Wang and Yunfeng Wu. Detection and molecular variability of Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV) in Shaanxi, China. Use of Breeding Populations to Detect and Use QTL. Jean-Luc Jannink.

Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Moderately high density and throughput markers would allow the oat community to go beyond QTL mapping in experimental populations to estimating QTL effects in breeding populations, making the estimates immediately useful in selection decisions.

Modern agriculture must provide sufficient nutrients to feed the world’s growing population, which is projected to increase from billion in to at least billion by This goal is made even more challenging because of crop loss to Cited by: 8.

Francisco J. Ayala and John C. Avise (eds.) Johns Hopkins University Press,pp., $ (hbk), ISBN Reviewed by David Pindel.Breeding wheat, Breeding corn, Breeding rice, Breeding sorghum, Breeding soybean, Breeding peanut, Breeding potato, Breeding cotton, Glossary, Appendix 1: Internet resources, Appendix 2: Conversion rates, Index, Plant Health APS Annual Meeting Abstracts The following presentations were recorded during the Plant Health Meeting inCleveland, OH Auguest 3 - August 7, Pre sentations are grouped by Session Title.

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