Bakanae disease

Bakanae disease

[bə′kä·nē di‚zēz]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of rice in Japan, caused by Gibberella fujikurae; a foot rot disease.
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Very high yield losses caused by bakanae disease of rice ranging from 3-9.5 %.
Screening of some fine and coarse rice varieties against bakanae disease. J.
Fusarium related diseases include citrus decline, vascular wilts, crown rot and root rot, head blight on cereal grain and Bakanae disease on rice (Safdar et al., 2013; Saremi et al., 2007).
fujikoroi) the causal organisms of bakanae disease of rice causing abnormally long and weak internodes and ear and stalk rot to maize.
2013) concluded that coarse rice varieties especially IRRI-6 and KSK-133 are resistant to bakanae disease as compared to fine rice varieties.
To evaluate the pathogen(s) responsible for bakanae disease of rice in Malaysia, 12 isolates of Fusarium spp.
Keywords: Fusarium proliferatum; Bakanae disease, Pathogenicity, Oryza sativa L.; rDNA-ITS
It was later found that the fungus Gibberella fujikuroi was responsible for the Bakanae disease. In 1935, a Japanese scientist named Yabuta isolated and crystallized the active component secreted by the fungus, and he called the compound Gibberellin A.
The fungus called Gibberella fujikuroi was shown to cause the Bakanae disease. In 1935, Yabuta isolated and crystallized the active component secreted by the fungus and called this compound Gibberellin A.
Bakanae disease caused by Fusarium fujikuroi Nirenberg [F.
Bakanae disease caused by Gibberella fujikuroi Sawada Wollenweber (teleomorph) Fusarium fujikuroi Nirenberg (anamorph) occurs during seedling and tillering stages of the rice crop.
Many diseases of economically important crops are seed-borne like bakanae disease of rice (Fusarium moniliforme Sheld), loose smut [Ustilago tritici (Pers.) Rostrup], flag smut (Urocystis tritici Koern.), karnal bunt [Neovossia indica (Mitra) Mundkar] and ear cockle of wheat (Anguillulina tritici Gerv.