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Interrelations between leaf senescence, cytokinin and resistance to green rice leafhopper in rice



Interrelations between leaf senescence, cytokinin and resistance to green rice leafhopper in rice



Japanese Journal of Breeding 38(2): 223-226



In a study of 5 varieties showing resistance or moderate resistance to Nephotettix cincticeps, together with a highly susceptible control, resistance of cut leaves was markedly lower than that of intact seedlings and declined further as senescence progressed. However, cut leaves cultured in cytokinin solutions to prevent senescence were as resistant as intact seedlings.

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