halo blight


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halo blight

[′hā·lō ‚blīt]
(plant pathology)
A bacterial blight of beans and sometimes other legumes caused by Pseudomonas phaseolicola and characterized by water-soaked lesions surrounded by a yellow ring on the leaves, stems, and pods.
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The pedigree method of selection was used to introgress resistance to BCMV and halo blight from great northern 'Jules' into local landraces with some success (Asensio et al.
Great northern Harris has low level of resistance to halo blight and an indeterminate prostrate growth habit Type III.
Field inoculation for halo blight was made at the first trifoliolate leaf stage and for common bacterial blight at bloom with a backpack solo sprayer.
Baggett and Frazier (1967) also found halo blight more severe in the greenhouse than in the field after inoculating the same cultivars.
Molecular mapping of disease resistance genes for halo blight, common bacterial blight, and bean common mosaic virus in a segregating population of common bean.
Sources of resistance to halo blight in Phaseolus vulgaris.
Sources of tolerance and reaction of beans to races and strains of halo blight bacteria.
Genes conditioning halo blight resistance to races 1, 7, and 9 occur in a tight cluster.
This marker was linked to a QTL for resistance to halo blight detected in a previous study using interval mapping (Ariyarathne et al.
900] on LG 2 associated with QTL for seedling stem and field reactions estimated by two methods also explained 11% of the phenotypic variation of halo blight reactions to strain 83-Sc2A (Ariyarathne et al.
Halo blight and bacterial brown spot of bean in Wisconsin in 1964.
The closest resistance locus is a QTL for halo blight (HB 16) located [approximatley equals] 7 cM away on LG 10 (Ariyarathne et al.