Auchenorrhyncha injure plants directly through feeding or oviposition or, more often, indirectly through the transmission of plant pathogens. The recently identified major QTLs for grain yield under drought in the background of the improved mega varieties (Venuprasad et al., 2009) have potential for improving the drought resistance of cultivar Swarna through introgression of the identified region after fine mapping. The first brown planthopper-resistant rice variety, ‘IR26’, which contained the resistance gene bph-1, was released by the IRRI in 1973 and was widely adopted by growers throughout Asia. The brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens, is an economically important pest on rice in Asia. Efforts should be made to identify diverse genes/QTLs with different mechanisms for all these traits. Advances in molecular marker technologies, genomics, and transformation have opened new ways to develop designer crops with well-defined genes and QTLs for target traits. Influence of the RDL A301S mutation in the brown planthopper Nilaparvata lugens on the activity of phenylpyrazole insecticides. For example, a Neotropical treehopper species (Aconophora compressa) has been introduced into Australia for control of Lantana (Verbenaceae). In this article, we report on the status of eight insecticides resistance … Although severely affected by BPH, T2 was able to has comparable number of remaining tillers as C1 which was 46.24% and 49.65% respectively. 2013, Yang et al. Outbreaks of the rice brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens Stal., tend to increase in 2017. Effect of silica supply on the resistance of rice plants to the rice stem borer Chillo suppressalis Walker, *40 of the fourth instar larvae were incubated in each Petri dish containing 5 cut stems of various SiO2 contents. Son autre plante hôte est Leersia hexandra. The number of loci reported to affect grain yield under drought was five in southern India, two in Israel, four in Thailand, and one in eastern India. PMID: 29107231. The biotrophic Debaryomyces hansenii can control penetration of citrus fruit by Penicillium digitatum (Droby et al. The brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens) damages and kills rice plants. Emphasis should be given to the pyramiding of genes/QTLs with different mechanisms for resistance to/tolerance of biotic and abiotic stresses. Mochida O, 1978. Further screening efforts identified other rice lines with other genes for resistance to the brown planthopper (Khush, 1989). K. Samiayyan, in Integrated Pest Management, 2014. The macropterous form is about 3.5 – 4.5 mm in length. Quantitative trait loci for grain yield under drought stress have been reported under upland conditions in southern India in two trials (Babu et al., 2003) and in Israel in one trial (Blum et al., 1999), under lowland conditions for 2 years in eastern India (Kumar et al., 2007), and under transplanted line-source conditions in one trial in Thailand (Lanceras et al., 2004). Large-scale screening efforts at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) employing the ‘seedbox’ method described above identified a number of rice lines with very high levels of resistance to brown planthopper (Khush, 1989; Pathak, 1969). © 2018 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. After 24 h, some cages were opened at bottom-most to allow predators in but keeping in the brown planthoppers. As an environmentally friendly compound, … 1981), which produces a diffusible toxin and induces vesicular deformations in its host. Interestingly, much if not most of the economic damage done by spittlebugs is due to native spittlebug species colonizing nonnative hosts (e.g., introduced forage grasses, and clovers). The BPH is distributed … A number of condial Ascomycota are hosts to biotrophic parasites. Most of the lines carrying the desired introgressions failed to have deeper roots than IR64 (Shen et al., 2001). To date, over 20 Bph resistance genes have been identified from cultivated and wild Oryza species, although not all have been incorporated into resistant varieties (Bottrell and Schoenly, 2012). Kumar et al. The stem supplied heavily with N contained some compounds that were extractable with alcohol or ether and attracted the borer, and the biosynthesis of such compounds seems to be suppressed by Si application. Such studies are not often done, presumably because of their costs and methodological difficulties (Vollrath et al., 1990; Volkmar et al., 1998, 2002, 2004). The discomycete Bisporella pallescens (synonym Calycella monilifera) fruits densely on the conspicuous black conidial patches of Bispora antennata on tree stumps (Jahn 1968). Thus, the aim of this study is to investigate the effectiveness of biopesticides against BPH population. As an example, designer basmati rice can be produced by introgressing (through MAS) genes/QTLs for disease (BB and blast) resistance, insect (BPH) resistance, high grain number, sturdy stem, etc., along with retaining genes for its key basmati characteristics, such as aroma, grain length, grain elongation after cooking, alkali spreading value, amylose content, photoperiod sensitivity, etc. Number of the larvae bored into the rice stems were counted after 24 h of inoculation, S.K. 1978). Row covers and shade cloth (Harvest Guard) can be used as physical barriers to limit leafhopper access to plants. ), green rice leafhopper (Nephotettix spp. One and a half months later, brown planthopper populations had reached very high levels in cages where predators were kept out (closed cages) while populations remained low in cages where predators were present (cages opened). Hansfordia (Dicyma) pulvinata is a destructive parasite on many dematiaceous conidial fungi (Hepperly 1986), particularly Cercospora (Hawksworth 1981b), but also Passalora (Mycovellosiella, Cladosporium, Fulvia) fulva on tomato (Peresse and Le Picard 1980; Le Picard and Trique 1987), and P. (Cercosporidium, Phaeoisariopsis) personata on peanut leaves (Mitchell et al. Outbreaks of brown planthopper have occurred throughout the history of rice cultivation, but outbreaks became more frequent and more intense after the introduction of improved rice varieties and input-intensive farming practices during the green revolution of the 1960s. The brown planthopper, Nilaparvata lugens (St l) (Homoptera: Delphacidae). The insect can complete as many as 12 generations in a single year in tropical areas, where it resides year-round, and fewer generations in temperate areas, where it is a migratory pest. General Predators like Green Lacewing, Ladybugs and Assassin Bugs will consume all stages of leafhoppers, but are less effective controlling adults. Silicon suppresses insect pests such as the stem borer, brown planthopper, rice green leafhopper, and whitebacked planthopper, and non-insect pests such as leaf spider and mites. The QTL regions were very long and the desirable genes may have been lost due to recombination during backcrossing. Au stade précoce d'infestation, des taches jaunes, rondes, apparaissent qui deviennent ensuite brunes, puis les plantes fortement infestées jaunissent et se dessèchent comme brûlées (' … A brown planthopper outbreak in 1732 affected 2.6 million persons and 12,000 died from hunger. 2017 Oct; 142: 1–8. With technological advances in genome sequencing, it is now easier and faster to identify and map QTLs. Hawksworth (1981a) gives a long list of additional mycoparasites growing on conidial fungi. These results showed that two types of biopesticides were more effective in reducing BPH compared to one type of biopesticide. Large chromosomal segments corresponding to QTLs associated with root length in a population derived from a cross between the deep-rooted upland variety Azucena and the shallow-rooted lowland variety IR64 were introgressed into the IR64 background. The brown planthopper (BPH), Nilaparvata lugens (Stål), is a destructive pest that poses a significant threat to rice plants worldwide. In rice, progress has been made with the introgression of major genes for improving tolerance of bacterial leaf blight, brown spot, Although the vast majority of species of Auchenorrhyncha are benign, the group contains some of the most destructive pests of agriculture. What are the genes for phenotypic plasticity and are they conserved? Banyuwangi, Jember, Blitar, Kediri, … Neither H1 nor H2 imparts resistance to Hessian fly in the Corn belt and a third gene H3 was identified from the variety W38 which imparts resistance to Corn belt type (Caldwell et al., 1946). Identification of heterotic patterns: Genome-based selection is emphasized for the identification of heterotic patterns and to enhance heterosis. All of the backcross lines of Marquis, each with its own resistance gene, have been used as host differentials to identify races of pathogens. In a search for parasites of Macrophomina phaseolina (synonym Rhizoctonia bataticola), Arachniotus species and Aspergillus aculeatus were found to be promising control agents (Dhingra and Khare 1973). So far, emphasis has been primarily on varietal development with limited emphasis on prebreeding and trait development. The brown planthopper (BPH) causes serious damage to rice by sucking rice sap, ovipositing in rice tissues, and transmitting a number of rice diseases during its long-distance migration that severely affect the productivity of paddy. The brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens Stål) is one of the most destructive pests of rice crops in Asian countries including China, Vietnam, Thailand, etc. ). Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. The lack of effect of the QTL-containing segments on root length and yield may be because those QTLs were responsible for a small proportion of the total phenotypic variation (6–18%) and had not been fine-mapped. The lack of repeatability of QTL effects across different populations (QTL × genetic background interaction) and across environments (QTL × environment interaction) are two factors that limit the use of QTLs for MAS by plant breeders (Bernier et al., 2008; Courtois et al., 2003; Lafitte et al., 2004; Price et al., 2002; Serraj et al., 2005). Human resource development: Since genomics technologies are expanding at a faster rate, regular training of young breeders should be strengthened. Integrating MAS in breeding programs: MAS is becoming a powerful tool for accelerating breeding not only for major genes but also for QTLs. brown planthopper in Bangladesh is the application of synthetic insecticides. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. Passalora personata also can be parasitized by Cladosporiella cercosporicola (Esquivel-R. 1984). 82, August 2013 . Cartwright and Wiebe (1936) called these genes H1 and H2. The use of Auchenorrhyncha in biocontrol of weeds has also begun to be explored. He found that the stems attacked by the stem borer contained less Si. Oxalic and silicic acids as well as certain flavonoids and plant sterols can act as feeding inhibitors to brown planthoppers, but causal links between the presence of these compounds and resistance have not been firmly established (Bottrell and Schoenly, 2012). … In a broader sense, designer rice refers to the directed transfer of desirable alleles at target loci while retaining the key characteristics of recipient lines, which have unique adaptability because of either wider adaptation or region-specific quality traits. Pesticide Science, 26(3):261-269. Three conditions were adopted as follows which are T1 where the paddy was sprayed using BV500WS and BV612EC to study the effectiveness of both types of biopesticides, T2 where the paddy was sprayed using BV500WS only and C1 where the paddy was cultivated without any pesticide application as control. Problems in the control of insecticide-resistant rice plant- and leafhoppers. Thus, to show that a pesticide is relatively harmless, or indeed has no measurable effect at all, behavioural studies on the effects of sublethal dosages are necessary. Chemical control is still the most efficient primary way for rice planthopper control. Pestic Biochem Physiol. Nippon Noyaku Gakkaishi. Darshan S. Brar, ... Gurdev S. Khush, in The Future Rice Strategy for India, 2017. However, there are few reports of the introgression of major QTLs in rice. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. Abstract BACKGROUND Sulfoxaflor is a new insecticide for controlling Nilaparvata lugens in the field. (1990) achieved aphid resistance by a diallel mating system in B. juncea. Few studies actually investigate the effects of insecticides other than their direct toxicity (usually LD50) on non-target animals. 1986, 1987). There has been significant interest to reduce reliance on pesticides by manipulating habitat plant species and communities to benefit natural enemies of insect. BPH was released twice on day 46 and 59 of paddy cultivation. ), and various grape leafhoppers (Arboridia and Erythroneura spp.). Aspergillus luchuensis and a diversity of other fungi are parasitized in India by Fusarium udum (Upadhyay et al. ), African maize leafhopper (Cicadulina spp. In 1897, 960,000 tons of Repetition of the study with other races or other pure line varieties, or with both. The genetics of resistance to insect-pests is most important for the development of insect-pest resistant varieties. Biocontrol of the plant-pathogenic Verticillium dahliae has been attempted repeatedly, as reviewed under “Mycoparasites of Mycelia, Ectomycorrhizae, Sclerotia, and Spores in Soil.” Alternaria brassicae, Pleospora species, and Trichothecium roseum are highly susceptible to hyphal interference by Verticillium luteo-album (Tsuneda et al. William T. Garrood, a Christoph T. Zimmer, b Oliver Gutbrod, c Bettina Lüke, d Martin S. Williamson, … Cicadas are used as food by several human cultures. There have been numerous records of outbreaks, many covering large areas, and some causing severe famine. Phloem-limited viral and mycoplasmalike pathogens typically multiply within the vector and enter the plant when the insect injects saliva during feeding. Up to 60% yield loss is common in susceptible rice cultivars attacked by the insect. A number of genes have been identified as resistant against different insect-pests but resistance broke down within a short timespan. 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