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Disease resistance in wild species of tomato

Disease resistance in wild species of tomato

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Published by Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station in Wooster, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tomatoes -- Disease and pest resistance

  • Edition Notes

    Statementdata assembled and edited by Leonard J. Alexander and M.M. Hoover
    SeriesNorth central regional publication -- 51, Research bulletin / Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station -- 752, Research bulletin (Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 752
    ContributionsAlexander, L. J. 1903-, Hoover, Max M. 1895-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 p. ;
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15226156M

      A wild tomato species from the Galapagos Islands has been discovered by scientists from Wageningen University & Research to be resistant to a wide range of pest insects. This species .   Consequently, the major focus of this chapter is on the utilization of crop wild relatives in research and breeding of tomato and in other vegetable crops. Wild relatives of tomato have been crucial in the improvement of cultivated tomato through classical breeding, such as pest and disease resistance, abiotic stress tolerance, and to a much Cited by: 4.

      Tomatoes resistant to the fungus Cladosporium fulvum possess the so-called Cf resistance genes. Kruijt investigated the evolution of these genes in wild tomato species. Vidavski F.S. () Exploitation of resistance genes found in wild tomato species to produce resistant cultivars; Pile up of Resistant Genes. In: Czosnek H. (eds) Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus by:

      According to a paper in the plant breeding journal Euphytica, one species of wild Galapagos tomato, Solanum galapagense, shows resistance to Author: Cara Giaimo. For tomato, the genetic control of pathogens is very useful in practice. The sources of resistance are monogenic and dominant, and many are wild species closely related to the cultivated form. Many open-pollinated varieties presently cultivated possess genetic resistance to three or four pathogens. With the increasing use of F1 hybrids it is possible to use varieties combining four to six Cited by: 8.


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Utilizing resistance in the wild species. This paper discusses the early blight (EB) disease and the pathogen, genetic studies and breeding of tomato, problems associated with breeding, QTL. Wild tomato resistance to bacterial canker eyed by commercial tomato industry Bacterial canker of tomato is a disease that leads to wilt, cankers, and eventually death.

The disease was first discovered in Grand Rapids, Michigan, inbut annual outbreaks now affect tomato production areas worldwide. Major fungal diseases of tomato posing a threat in tomato production are late Disease resistance in wild species of tomato book, early blight, septoria leaf spot, fusarium wilt and verticilium wilt.

Other fungal diseases of tomato include powdery mildew caused by Oidium lycopersicum and leaf mold caused by Cladosporium by: Disease resistance to the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato (Pst) in the host species Lycopersicon esculentum, the cultivated tomato, and the closely related L.

pimpinellifolium is triggered by the physical interaction between the protein products of the host resistance (R) gene Pto and the pathogenCited by: Tomato late blight caused by Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de Bary, also known as the Irish famine pathogen, is one of the most destructive plant diseases.

Wild relatives of tomato possess useful resistance genes against this disease, and could therefore Cited by: 6. Ben Vosman, a scientist at Wageningen University, informed, "we work with samples of the wild tomato species Solanum galapagense from a gene bank.

The first discovery was that this tomato species is resistant to : Chander Mohan. Four bacterial diseases including bacterial canker caused by Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis, bacterial speck caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato, bacterial spot caused by at least four Xanthomonas species, and bacterial wilt caused by Ralstonia solanacearum are among the most devastating diseases in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) production in China.

However, Cited by: 1. Printer Friendly Version of Disease Resistant Tomatoes, Text-Only Trader Joe's / ALDI's Exposé COVID Tomato Disease Identification Chart Tomato Disease Abbreviations / Codes Cold-Adapted (Winter, U.S.D.A. Zones 9 & 10) Tomatoes Tomatoes ~ Seed Suppliers.

Preamble: 40 years ago, the first thing you wanted to know about Tomato seeds, plants for sale, etc., was the Disease Resistance of. main tomato diseases in Hawaii by crossing a handful of commercial varieties with wild disease-resistant species.

Commercial varieties included German Sugar, Bounty, Pritchard, Pan-American, Rutgers, and Home Garden. Some of these varieties also contained wild species other than L. esculentum, such as L. hirsutum. It was also. Tomato plants are infected by a plethora of diseases (Jones et al., ) and given that tomato was easily transformable, had transposons and a defined pathogen genetics with Cladosporium fulvum, it stood as an excellent model of choice to unravel disease by: Among them, bacterial spot (BS) is the most problematic devastating disease in most of the tomato growing regions around the world.

There are four species of Xanthomonas reported to cause BS in tomato: X. euvesicatoria (strain T1), X. vesicatoria (strain T2), X.

perforans (strain T3–T5) and X. gardneri Cited by: 3. Tomato mosaic virus (ToMV) is a consistent problem threatening tomato production worldwide, including Pakistan.

In this paper, we report characterization of a ToMV strain from naturally infected tomato in Pakistan and response of diverse tomato genotypes to identify potential resistance sources in Solanum and its related wild species that can be incorporated into breeding Author: Najeeb Ullah, Khalid Pervaiz Akhtar, Muhammad Yussouf Saleem, Mudasser Habib.

For example, disease resistance genes from several wild species have been bred into the cultivated tomatoes we buy in supermarkets. Decades ago, mechanized harvesting of domesticated tomatoes was made possible by breeding of a trait found in wild Galapagos tomatoes that allows fruit to be pulled off the plant without an attached stem.

That being said, hybrid varieties of tomato plants offer disease resistance. Hybrids also tend to produce more uniformly shaped fruits, and usually, in abundance. It is good practice to have at least one hybrid tomato plant in your garden, just in case you have a poor growing season. Hybrids shine when others fail.

Here are our disease resistant tomato plants. Therefore, the above wild species were found resistant to jassid and whitefly incidence, respectively. Further, the study revealed that A. tuberculatus lines 1,2 and 3 were. In the last 20 years several varieties and breeding lines of tomato have been developed which possess immunity from C.

fulvum races 1 to 9. Vagabond, Vinequeen, and V obtained their immunity from L. hirsutum Humb. and Bonpl.; V from L. hirsutum var. glabralum Muller; V, Vantage, Waltham Mold Proof Forcing No. 22, etc. from L. peruvianum (L.) Mill.; and V from L. pimpinellifolium Cited by: The sources of disease resistance include tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) resistance, crown rot resistance, southern blight resistance, and bacterial speck Size: 2MB.

Current tomato Indeterminate Regular leaf Ostensibly from the original wild tomato from Mexico. They are smaller than most cherry tomato types.

Micro Tom red 50–60 1oz. round Determinate regular leaf Considered world's smallest tomato, Micro Tom is a cultivar used mainly in laboratory experiments Moneymaker Red 80 Heirloom Medium Standard.

Bacterial canker of tomato is a disease that leads to wilt, cankers, and eventually death. The disease was first discovered in Grand Rapids, Michigan, inbut annual outbreaks now affect. Pathogen-Derived Resistance and RNAi. Researchers have long observed that transgenic plants expressing genes derived from viral pathogens often display immunity to the pathogen and its related strains (Lomonossoff, ).These results led to the hypothesis that ectopic expression of genes encoding wild-type or mutant viral proteins could interfere with the viral life cycle (Sanford and Cited by: 8.

Decades of intensive tomato breeding using wild-species germplasm have resulted in the genomes of domesticated germplasm (Solanum lycopersicum) being intertwined with introgressions from their wild relatives. Comparative analysis of genomes among cultivated tomatoes and wild species that have contributed genetic variation can help identify desirable genes, such as those conferring disease Cited by: Genetics of resistance for Alternaria solani is focused on the inheritance of early blight resistance and the present study revealed different resistance sources from wild tomato accessions.

In our study among 20 crosses, five crosses of EC and two crosses of EC and H manifested (resistant:susceptible) genetic ratio Cited by: 2. Disease resistance to the bacterial pathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv.

tomato (Pst) in the host species Lycopersicon esculentum, the cultivated tomato, and the closely related L. pimpinellifolium is triggered by the physical interaction between the protein products of the host resistance (R) gene Pto and the pathogen avirulence genes AvrPto and by: