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Rice Blast: Interaction with Rice and Control

Proceedings of the 3rd International Rice Blast Conference

  • Shinji Kawasaki
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Overview on the Chemical Control of Rice Blast Disease

  3. Pathogen: Molecular Biology

    1. Hitoshi Nakayshiki, Naoki Kadotani, Yukio Tosa, Shigeyuki Mayama
      Pages 15-21
    2. Toshikazu Irie, Hideo Matsumura, Ryohei Terauchi, Hiromasa Saitoh
      Pages 23-28
    3. Gento Tsuji, Satoshi Fujii, Naoki Fujihara, Seiji Tsuge, Yasuyuki Kubo
      Pages 29-37
    4. Sheng-Cheng Wu, Jeremi Johnson, Alan G. Darvill, Peter Albersheim, Ron Orlando
      Pages 39-46
    5. Guodong Lu, Cristina Filippi, Dan Li, Daniel Ebbole
      Pages 47-55
    6. Ken-Ichi Ikeda, Hitoshi Nakayashiki, Yukio Tosa, Shigeyuki Mayama
      Pages 57-63
    7. N. Yasuda, K. Hirayae, N. Hayashi, Y. Fujita, M. Tsujimoto, T. Nakajima
      Pages 65-69
  4. Host: Plant Resistance

    1. Ko Hirano, Shinji Kawasaki
      Pages 71-77
    2. Guifu Liu, Shaohong Qu, Bo Zhou, Lirong Zeng, Guo-liang Wang
      Pages 79-86
    3. Akio Miyao, Hirohiko Hirochika
      Pages 107-112
    4. Y. Fukuta, M. J. T. Yanoria, D. Mercado-Escueta, L. A. Ebron, Y. Fujita, E. Araki et al.
      Pages 113-121
    5. Tomomori Kataoka, Hiroshi Kato, Tadashi Takita, Narifumi Yokogami, Masayuki Yamaguchi
      Pages 123-129
    6. Shuichi Fukuoka, Takehiko Shimizu, Masahiro Yano, Kazutoshi Okuno, Tsukasa Nagamine
      Pages 131-136
    7. H. Kato, H. Tsunematsu, L. A. Ebron, M. J. T. Yanoria, D. M. Mercado, S. Khush
      Pages 137-143
    8. M. Nishiguchi, M. Shimono, Y. Eguchi, H. Okuizumi, J. Yazaki, K. Nakamura et al.
      Pages 145-154
    9. Michiaki Iwata, Kenji Umemura, Naoki Midoh
      Pages 163-171
  5. Host: Resistance Breeding

    1. Motoshige Kawata, Toshihiko Nakajima, Koichi Mori, Tetsuo Oikawa, Shigeru Kuroda
      Pages 173-178
    2. Hiroyuki Kanzaki, Shizuko Nirasawa, Hiromasa Saitoh, Minako Ito, Masahiro Nishihara, Saburo Yamamura et al.
      Pages 179-184
    3. S. Koizumi, T. Ashizawa, K. S. Zenbayashi
      Pages 191-199
    4. Masashi Sasahara, Shinzo Koizumi
      Pages 201-207
    5. Yoichiro Kojima, Takeshi Ebitani, Yoshitaka Yamamoto, Tsukasa Nagamine
      Pages 209-214
    6. F. J. Correa-Victoria, D. Tharreau, C. Martinez, M. Vales, F. Escobar, G. Prado et al.
      Pages 215-227
    7. Y. Fukuta, E. Araki, M. J. T. Yanoria, T. Imbe, H. Tsunematsu, H. Kato et al.
      Pages 229-233
    8. L. A. Ebron, Y. Fukuta, T. Imbe, H. Kato, M. J. T. Yanoria, H. Tsunematsu et al.
      Pages 235-240
    9. Y. Shen, H. Adreit, Xd Zhu, J. Milazzo, Hq Chen, D. Tharreau
      Pages 241-250
  6. Pathogen: Population Analysis

    1. A. S. Urashima, T. Dias Martins, C. R. N. C. Bueno, D. B. Favaro, M. A. Arruda, Y. R. Mehta
      Pages 251-260
    2. Anil S. Kotasthane, J. Kumar, U. S. Singh, R. S. Zeigler
      Pages 261-270
    3. Y. Shen, J. Milazzo, X. P. Yuan, H. Adreit, Y. L. Wang, J. L. Notteghem et al.
      Pages 271-279
  7. Plant Protection

About these proceedings

Introduction

For the researchers of rice blast disease and plant blast resistances, IRBC is an important chance to exchange information and discussion on rice blast, which has been a rather minor topic on international plant pathological meetings. Especially for those in Asia, where the blast is one the most important agricultural concerns, IRBC was a unique opportunity to discuss on rice blast with scientists in the West, in where it is achieving the positions of a model pathogen and a model system to study plant microbe interactions. However, I and probably many of Japanese blast researchers have felt an accumulated frustration that, in world plant pathological conferences, the information presented from Asia is only a small fraction although they have much more information that may be valuable for world plant pathologists and resistance researchers. I have noticed also some concept gaps between the researchers in East and West, particularly in the field resistance and the multiline system. There seems to be few who study field resistance and multilines in the West, while in Japan they are expected to become mainstream strategies to suppress the disease. Surely there is a great value in rd having 3 IRBC in Japan for cultivating wider communication between the scientists of the East and West.

Keywords

DNA Expression Pathogen Proteomics RNA gene expression genetic engineering proteins

Editors and affiliations

  • Shinji Kawasaki
    • 1
  1. 1.National Institute of Agrobiological SciencesIbarakiJapan

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-306-48582-4
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2004
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-90-481-6268-0
  • Online ISBN 978-0-306-48582-4
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