Preferred Scientific Name; Burkholderia glumae. Preferred Common Name; bacterial grain rot. Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Bacteria; Phylum: Proteobacteria. Burkholderia glumae, which causes bacterial panicle blight of rice (BPBR), is a well‐known pathogen. The pathogen‐induced symptoms. PDF | Burkholderia glumae is a well-known pathogen for causing bacterial panicle blight of rice. In this study, the infection process of B. glumae in rice plants at.
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Ohmori K; Watanabe Y, Detection and characterization of plant pathogenic bacteria transmitted by seed rice in Burkina Faso.
Reduction of virulence and colonial variation of Pseudomonas glumae cultured on PSA medium. Unfortunately, there are few effective control measures for this disease so far.
Plant Disease, 73 4: Bacterial blight of rice. Integrated control of bacterial grain rot of rice in Japanese. Distribution Maps Top of page You can pan and zoom the map. Studies on environmental factors and control methods of bacterial grain rot of rice caused by Pseudomonas glumae Kurita et Tabei II.
KEGG GENOME: Burkholderia glumae BGR1
Second, scientists are conducting genetic and molecular biological studies on the rice disease resistance to bacterial panicle blight. Bacteria causing grain rot of rice. Severe epidemics of this disease, which caused up to 40 percent yield losses in some fields, occurred during the, burkhopderia, and, most recently, growing seasons, when record-high night temperatures were experienced. Plant Disease, 93 9: Effect of nitrogen fertilizers on development of gluae grain rot of rice abstract in Japanese.
Japanese Journal of Tropical Agriculture, 34 1: Existence of Pseudomonas glumae on the rice seeds and development of the simple method for detecting P.
Prolonged high temperature during the growing season is an important environmental condition that promotes the development of bacterial panicle blight. Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Mode of action of oxolinic acid against bacterial seedling rot of rice caused by Pseudomonas glumae. Toxins produced by Pseudomonas glumae. First report of Burkholderia glumae isolated from symptomless rice seeds in China.
Extensive occurrence of burkholdfria panicles because of the failure of grain-filling and seed development is a typical phenomenon observed in a severely infested field. Effect of cleaning brown rice infected by Pseudomonas glumae. First report of bacterial panicle blight of rice caused by Burkholderia glumae in South Africa. Japan Pesticide Information, No. Phytopathological Society of Japan, Japan.
Grain discoloration of rice caused by Pseudomonas glumae in Latin America.
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Less nitrogen fertilization reduces disease severity but has not been successful. Their infection to rice panicles occurs at flowering, if the bacterial population reaches to a threshold level and environmental condition is favorable.
Nursery tray application of fungicides for glymae control of rice diseases. Copper compounds are weakly effective but sometimes toxic to the plant.
Burkholderia glumae: next major pathogen of rice?
Indeed, occurrence of bacterial panicle blight is increasing not only in the southern United States but in other rice growing countries of Central and South America and Asia.
Journal of Pesticide Science, 18 4: Retrieved from ” https: Finally, scientists are studying molecular genetics and genomics of the major pathogen, B. Burmholderia Pesticide Information, Suspected global warming could make bacterial panicle blight a greater threat to rice production in the future.
Section II, Abstract Plant Disease, 90 5: When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status.
International Rice Research Newsletter, 15 3: Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan, 59 4: The research goal burkholderiaa bacterial panicle blight is to develop effective disease control methods based on better understanding of the bacterial virulence mechanism and the rice defense system. Reports of Ehime Agricultural Experiment Station, Zeigler RS; Alvarez E,