|Title:||蘿蔔抗嵌紋病育種||Other Titles:||Breeding for Turnip Mosaic Virus Resistance of Radish||Authors:||沈再發
T. F. Sheen
|Keywords:||蘿蔔;蕪菁嵌紋病;育種;radish;turnip mosaic virus;breeding||Issue Date:||Jun-1993||Publisher:||高雄區農業改良場||Start page/Pages:||131-136||Source:||蔬菜作物試驗研究彙報(第七輯)||Abstract:||
A turnip mosaic virus (TuMV) resistance variety, Mei-No-Wa-Sei, was introduced from Japan to cross with a local commercial variety, Tou-Chou Early. After nine years of progeny selection and testing for tolerance/resistance of disease, two advanced lines, pinnate leaf long and pinnate leaf short, have been selected. These two advanced lines were tested at different experimental plots in fiscal year of 1990. The results indicated that the incidence of TuMV under field condition was 0.80-1.32% for pinnate leaf long and 0.54-1.03% for pinnate leaf short on October planting. While the control variety, Kan-Tzeand Ta-Pai-Ze were 15.03% and 18.48% respectively. In Hsin-She plot, it was found that the incidence of TuMV was 21.80% for pinnate leaf long and 21.08% for pinnate leaf short, while the control was 54.31%. These results were not
only indicated that F9 pinnate leaf type was stronger disease resistance than control variety, the yield and quality were also better than control one.
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