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Reaction of rice hybrid lines to the brown planthopper at various stages of growth

Reaction of rice hybrid lines to the brown planthopper at various stages of growth

Journal of Agricultural Research of China 32(4): 379-382

The reactions of F3, F4 and F5 lines of rice to attack by Nilaparvata lugens (Stal) at the seedling stage and maturity were studied in the 2nd crop of 1981 in Taiwan. Some of the hybrid lines that were resistant at the seedling stage became susceptible at maturity, while some lines that were moderately susceptible as seedlings appeared resistant when they were fully mature. The change from resistance to susceptibility was more pronounced in Japonica lines than in Indica ones.

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