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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE B 2023 Vol.24 No.9 P.755-778

http://doi.org/10.1631/jzus.B2300085


Current insights on rice (Oryza sativa L.) bakanae disease and exploration of its management strategies


Author(s):  Chinnannan KARTHIK, Qingyao SHU

Affiliation(s):  Hainan Institute, Zhejiang University, Yazhou Bay Science and Technology City, Sanya 572025, China; more

Corresponding email(s):   qyshu@zju.edu.cn

Key Words:  Rice, Bakanae disease, Fusarium fujikuroi, Host‍, –, ‍, pathogen interaction, Pathogenicity, Gibberellic acid signaling, Disease management


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Abstract: 
Bakanae is an emerging rice disease caused by the seed- and soil-borne pathogen Fusarium fujikuroi. It is becoming a more serious threat to sustainable rice production throughout rice-growing regions. bakanae disease infection is responsible for high yield losses ranging from 3% to 95%, and disease incidence varies based on the region and cultivars. Hence, understanding the nature of the pathogen, its pathogenicity, disease epidemiology, symptoms, %29&ck%5B%5D=abstract&ck%5B%5D=keyword'>host;;;pathogen interaction, and the role of secondary metabolites in the disease cycle will be helpful in the development of effective and sustainable management strategies. However, very few comprehensive studies have described the details of rice bakanae disease. Thus, in this review we summarize and discuss in detail the information available from 1898 to 2023 on various critical facets of bakanae disease, and provide perspectives on future research.

水稻恶苗病及其防治策略之洞察

Chinnannan KARTHIK1,2, 舒庆尧1,3
1浙江大学海南研究院, 崖州湾科技城, 中国三亚市, 572025
2西弗吉尼亚州立大学格斯·道格拉斯研究所与生物学系, 美国因斯提图特市, WV 25112
3浙江大学现代种业研究所/水稻生物育种全国重点实验室, 中国杭州市, 310058
摘要:恶苗病是由种传或土传藤仓镰孢菌(Fusarium fujikuroi)引起的一种水稻的新兴病害,正日益威胁着世界不同产区水稻的可持续生产。恶苗病发病率因地区和品种而异,造成的产量损失可达3%~95%。认识恶苗病病原菌的特性、致病性、病害流行学、病害症状、寄主-病原菌互作以及病害发生周期中次生代谢物的作用,将有助于制定高效、可持续的病害防治策略,但迄今仍缺乏对水稻恶苗病全面和详细的描述。为此,本篇综述对1898至2023年间恶苗病各关键领域的研究进行总结和深入探讨,并对今后研究提出展望。

关键词:水稻;恶苗病;藤仓镰孢菌;寄主-病原菌互作;致病性;赤霉素信号传导;病害治理

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