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Review on resistance to wheat blast disease (Magnaporthe oryzae Triticum) from the breeder point-of-view: use of the experience on resistance to rice blast disease

  • M. Vales
  • T. Anzoátegui
  • B. Huallpa
  • M. I. Cazon
Review

Abstract

This review on the resistance to wheat blast disease focus on the latest knowledge useful for the breeders, but also takes into account the lacks in these knowledge. To tackle this disease, it is relevant to apply a breeding strategy which has previously proven its efficacy for obtaining rice varieties with a high level of partial and durable resistance to blast. But, incomplete information is available on wheat blast resistance. Therefore, firstly, it is necessary to adjust this breeding strategy considering the worst hypothesis corresponding to every lack of knowledge. Next, the possible invalidation of every hypothesis can allow simplifying the breeding schema and its implementation. For every lack of knowledge, the practical consequences of the corresponding worst hypothesis, the study of its validity and the consequences of its possible invalidation are explained. Scientific arguments, materials and methods details are provided with the latest available references.

Keywords

Wheat blast disease Resistance Recurrent selection Participatory breeding Rice blast disease model 

Notes

Acknowledgements

We would like to show our gratitude to Dr. Jerôme Enjalbert (DEAP team, GQE unit, INRA Le Moulon, France), Dr. François Balfourier (CRB team, GDEC unit, INRA Clermont Ferrand, France), and Dr. Daryl L. Klindworth (Northern Crop Sc. Lab., State University Station, NDSU, Fargo, ND, USA) for sharing very relevant wheat genetic resources needed for our proposed and initiated experiments mentioned in this review. These experiments comply with current Bolivian laws and regulations.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Vales
    • 1
    • 4
  • T. Anzoátegui
    • 2
    • 4
  • B. Huallpa
    • 3
    • 4
  • M. I. Cazon
    • 2
    • 4
  1. 1.CIRAD, UMR BGPISanta Cruz De La SierraBolivia
  2. 2.UAGRM, FCA, Agronomical Research Institute “El Vallecito” (IIAV)Santa Cruz De La SierraBolivia
  3. 3.INIAF, Research & AT-departmental Santa CruzMonteroBolivia
  4. 4.CIRAD, UMR BGPIMontpellierFrance

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