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Studies on inheritance of resistance of rice varieties to blast. 3. Inheritance of resistance of a rice variety Pi No. 1 to the blast fungus



Studies on inheritance of resistance of rice varieties to blast. 3. Inheritance of resistance of a rice variety Pi No. 1 to the blast fungus



Ikushugaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Breeding, 16: 243-50



Pi 1, derived from crosses between Senbon Asahi x Tadukan, was found to possess the gene Pi-a, controlling high resistance to races Ina 72 and Ina 168 of Piricularia oryzae, and Pi-ta, controlling semiresistance to the strains Ina 72, Hoku 1, Ken 54-20 and Ken 54-04.

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