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Phytopathological studies on the breeding of rice varieties resistant to blast disease. On the resistance for the lesion development in leaf blast with their classifying method and on the inheritance of resistance of the Japanese and foreign rice varieties



Phytopathological studies on the breeding of rice varieties resistant to blast disease. On the resistance for the lesion development in leaf blast with their classifying method and on the inheritance of resistance of the Japanese and foreign rice varieties



Bull Tohoku Natl Agric Expt Sta 17: 1-101



Varietal resistance to blast under various environmental conditions and according to different resistance classification methods was studied for the purpose of breeding highly resistant Japanese varieties. It was ascertained that the process of lesion development was correlated with varietal resistance and remained constant under various conditions; so this method for selection of resistant plants was considered most satisfactory. It could not be used, however, for plants which did not form lesions. The invasion resistance of such plants was thought to be different from post-infection resistance. Results of crossing experiments indicated that it was necessary to cross domestic varieties with foreign ones in order to breed highly resistant Japanese varieties.

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