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Title of Article Genotypic variation of resistance to southern stem rot of Jerusalem artichoke caused by Sclerotium rolfsii 
Date of Acceptance 1 October 2012 
     Title of Journal Euphytica 
     Institute of Journal springer 
     ISBN/ISSN 1573-5060 
     Volume 190 
     Month April
     Year of Publication 2013 
     Page 415-424 
     Abstract Southern stem rot caused by Sclerotium rolfsii is a significant problem of Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) production in Thailand. Resistant varieties are not available. The objective of this study was to investigate genetic variability of Jerusalem artichoke genotypes for resistance to stem rot caused by S. rolfsii. Ninety-one Jerusalem artichoke genotypes were evaluated under greenhouse conditions. Traits evaluated included disease score, lesion length, days to permanent wilting, plant height, shoot dry weight, and root dry weight index. Number of days from inoculation until permanent wilting was the only trait with statistically significant differences among genotypes. Based on this trait, genotypes were categorized into two distinct groups: resistant and susceptible. Genotypes that consistently expressed relative resistance to S. rolfsii included HEL 280, HEL 278, HEL 293 and JA 98. These genotypes may be useful to plant breeders as sources of germplasm for incorporating resistance to S. rolfsii into Jerusalem artichoke. 
     Keyword Evaluation, Germplasm, Days to permanent wilting, tuber crop 
517030019-6 Miss RATTIKARN SENNOI [Main Author]
Agriculture Doctoral Degree

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