RRC ID 12584
Author Kumashiro S, Matsukura K, Kawaura K, Matsumura M, Ogihara Y, Tokuda M.
Title Effect of barley chromosome addition on the susceptibility of wheat to feeding by a gall-inducing leafhopper.
Journal Naturwissenschaften
Abstract The maize orange leafhopper Cicadulina bipunctata is distributed widely in tropical and subtropical regions of the Old World and feeds on various Poaceae. The leafhopper is recognized as an important pest of maize in several countries. Adults as well as nymphs of C. bipunctata induce growth stunting and galls characterized by the severe swelling of leaf veins on many cereal crops including wheat, rice, and maize, but do not on barley. To clarify the mechanism of growth stunting and gall induction by C. bipunctata, we used six barley chromosome disomic addition lines of wheat (2H-7H) and investigated the effect of barley (cv. Betzes) chromosome addition on the susceptibility of wheat (cv. Chinese Spring) to feeding by the leafhopper. Feeding by C. bipunctata significantly stunted the growth in 2H, 3H, 4H, and 5H, but did not in 6H and 7H. The degree of gall induction was significantly weaker and severer in 3H and 5H than in Chinese Spring, respectively. These results suggest that barley genes resistant to growth stunting and gall induction exist in 6H and 7H, and 3H, respectively. 5H is considered to be useful for future assays investigating the mechanism of gall induction by this leafhopper because of the high susceptibility to the feeding by C. bipunctata. Significant correlation between the degrees of growth stunting and gall induction was not detected in the six chromosome addition lines and Chinese spring. This implies that these two symptoms are independent phenomena although both are initiated by the feeding of C. bipunctata.
Volume 98(11)
Pages 983-7
Published 2011-11-1
DOI 10.1007/s00114-011-0846-4
PMID 21947194
MeSH Animals Chromosomes, Plant / genetics* Hemiptera / physiology* Hordeum / genetics* Host-Parasite Interactions / genetics Linear Models Plant Tumors / genetics Triticum / genetics* Triticum / growth & development Triticum / parasitology*
IF 2.09
Times Cited 7
WOS Category ENTOMOLOGY
Resource
Wheat LPGKU2088 LPGKU2091 LPGKU2094 LPGKU2097 LPGKU2100 LPGKU2103