Diseases of Edible Oilseed Crops by S.J. Kolte, and F. Waliyar C. Chattopadhyay

By S.J. Kolte, and F. Waliyar C. Chattopadhyay

Diseases of fit to be eaten Oilseed Crops provides an unprecedentedly thorough number of info at the illnesses of cultivated annual oilseed vegetation, together with peanut, rapeseed-mustard, sesame, soybean, sunflower, and safflower. Written through across the world famous researchers, this booklet covers and integrates world wide literature within the box as much as 2014, environment it except different books which are in simple terms of neighborhood importance.

The publication specializes in significant ailments of monetary significance to every crop. each one bankruptcy is dedicated to one of those crop and a profile of affecting illnesses in keeping with geographical incidence, epidemiology, signs, causal pathogens, host-pathogen interactions, biotechnological features, and the newest ways to realizing host-pathogen interactions. it is also discussions on advancements on arguable topics in learn as a way to stimulate considering and extra dialog with a watch towards advancements and resolutions.

Research on oilseed crop ailments has improved vastly long ago 30 years, essentially as an attempt to minimize losses to numerous stresses, together with crop ailments. within the battle opposed to starvation and malnutrition, it will be important to augment and replace wisdom approximately crop illnesses and handling them. by way of compiling many years of data from formerly scattered examine right into a unmarried globally minded volume, ailments of safe to eat Oilseed Crops offers those much-needed updates and enhancements.

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2011a). 1. High heritability coupled with high genetic variation is usually noticed for LLS and rust and pod yield indicating that additive gene effects are functional for these characters (Venkataravana and Injeti 2008). Two genotypes of peanut, namely, cv 850 and cv 909, are reported to be resistant to P. p­ ersonata (C. personatum) and show symptoms similar to hypersensitive response (HR) lesions, and the production of HR lesions is due to a novel O′-methyltransferase gene (Nobile et al. 2008).

High heritability coupled with high genetic variation is usually noticed for LLS and rust and pod yield indicating that additive gene effects are functional for these characters (Venkataravana and Injeti 2008). Two genotypes of peanut, namely, cv 850 and cv 909, are reported to be resistant to P. p­ ersonata (C. personatum) and show symptoms similar to hypersensitive response (HR) lesions, and the production of HR lesions is due to a novel O′-methyltransferase gene (Nobile et al. 2008). Higher amount and greater accumulation rate of total free phenol and stilbene phytoalexin production are the most possible biochemical mechanisms of resistance in peanuts against the two leaf spot pathogens (Motagi et al.

Later, Woodroof (1933) gave a clear account of the existence of two distinct spots: ELS and LLS. Presently, the two diseases have been reported throughout the world wherever peanuts are grown. 3 LLS of peanuts. Note the carbon black color of the undersurface of the spot. 4 Defoliation of the peanut crop at harvest due to LLS. though occur simultaneously in the same area, differ quite considerably in their relative preponderance from one region to another, depending upon the prevailing weather conditions and type of peanut varieties under cultivation (Kolte 1984, Das and Roy 1995, Sawargaonkar et al.

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