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Phenotyping Musa spp. for host reaction to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cubense, under greenhouse and field conditions

The selection of reference genotypes with well-known reaction to the pathogen strains under study is a crucial step in any phenotyping trial. A differential set of banana genotypes with resistant, susceptible and also an intermediate response to the target Foc strains need to be carefully selected for both greenhouse and field conditions.

Some may consider that including three reference genotypes is excessive but the importance of doing so cannot be overstated. When interpreting the results of the trial, it is not so much the absolute amount of disease suffered by the varieties under test but the comparison of their disease response relative to the reference genotypes. Disease levels may vary from one trial to another due to effective inoculum density and climatic variables in particular, but by the inclusion of those genotypes with well-known disease reactions, these factors are taken into account.

Crops
Banana
Number of accessions
6
Creation date
1 December 2020

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Dita Miguel Alliance Bioversity-CIAT
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Luiz Teixeira Instituto Agronomico, Brazil
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Li Chunyu Guangdong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China
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Zheng Sijun Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT, China
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O’Neill Wayne Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland, Australia
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Daniels Jeff Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland, Australia

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1. ITC0213Musa abb subgr. pisang awak • Pisang Awak • Traditional cultivar/Landrace+ Add to my list
BEL084Bioversity International Musa Germplasm Transit Centre, Belgium • DOI: 10.18730/9JHW8
2. ITC0348Musa aab subgr. silk • Silk • Traditional cultivar/Landrace+ Add to my list
BEL084Bioversity International Musa Germplasm Transit Centre, Belgium • DOI: 10.18730/9JT1A
3. ITC0570Musa aaa subgr. cavendish • Williams (Bell, South Johnstone) • Traditional cultivar/Landrace+ Add to my list
BEL084Bioversity International Musa Germplasm Transit Centre, Belgium • DOI: 10.18730/9K6M6
4. ITC0643Musa abb subgr. bluggoe • Cachaco • Traditional cultivar/Landrace+ Add to my list
BEL084Bioversity International Musa Germplasm Transit Centre, Belgium • DOI: 10.18730/9KBJG
5. ITC0712Musa aa • AAcv Rose • Traditional cultivar/Landrace • Indonesia+ Add to my list
BEL084Bioversity International Musa Germplasm Transit Centre, Belgium • DOI: 10.18730/9KER7
6. ITC1122Musa aaa subgr. gros michel • Gros-Michel • Traditional cultivar/Landrace+ Add to my list
BEL084Bioversity International Musa Germplasm Transit Centre, Belgium • DOI: 10.18730/9M5AT