Evaluation of grapevine varietal resistance to anthracnose through treating culture filtrates from Elsinoe ampelina

Title
Evaluation of grapevine varietal resistance to anthracnose through treating culture filtrates from Elsinoe ampelina
Author(s)
장명환[장명환]안순영김승희[김승희]노정호[노정호]윤해근
Keywords
SELECTION
Issue Date
201104
Publisher
KOREAN SOC HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
Citation
HORTICULTURE ENVIRONMENT AND BIOTECHNOLOGY, v.52, no.2, pp.152 - 157
Abstract
The severe occurrence of anthracnose in grapevines has posed major difficulties for its control, thus, planting anthracnose resistant cultivars favored great advantages in grapevine production. Anthracnose varietal susceptibility in grapevines was evaluated through the use of culture filtrates produced from Elsinoe ampelina, which served as a substitute for pathogen inoculation or field screening. Bioassay of the grapevine leaves with culture filtrates exhibited active and host-selective phytotoxicity levels. Susceptible cultivars were found to be sensitive even at highly diluted culture filtrates. On the other hand, resistant cultivars were not affected even at original culture filtrates. Results of the varietal resistance evaluation by the culture filtrates treatments among the different grapevine cultivars, revealed that some cultivars, such as 'Black Swan', 'Rizamat', 'Rosario Bianco', and 'Kaiji' were found to be sensitive, while the other cultivars such as 'Campbell Early', 'Niagara', 'Sheridan', and 'Izumo Queen' were found to be anthracnose tolerant. Among the grapes tested, European grapes showed susceptibility and moderate susceptibility to anthracnose as compared to American varieties. These results were likewise consistent with those obtained from the pathogen inoculation screening.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/25366http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s13580-011-0107-7
ISSN
2211-3452
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