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Title of Article Stability of Four New Sources of Bacterial Leaf Blight Resistance in Thailand Obtained from Indigenous Rice Varieties 
Date of Acceptance 3 January 2017 
     Title of Journal AGRIVITA Journal of Agricultural Science.  
     Standard SCOPUS 
     Institute of Journal Universitas Brawijaya  
     Issue 39 
     Month june
     Year of Publication 2017 
     Page 128-136 
     Abstract Bacterial leaf blight (BLB) disease caused by Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae (Xoo) is one of the most serious diseases in rice production. Breeding varieties speci cally for their resistance to BLB disease is therefore an ef cient and cost-effective strategy. However, the resistance gene for BLB can be race and non-race speci c, meaning it is often overcome by the pathogen. The identi cation of new sources of resistance genes for Xoo is crucial in rice breeding programmes. In this study, six rice varieties were assessed using six Xoo isolates in multiple screening conditions. The GGE biplot analysis considers both genotype (G) and genotype environment (GE) interaction effects and demonstrates GE interaction. The rst two principal components (PCs) accounted for 95.46% of the total GE variation in the data. Based on lesion length and stability performance, Phaladum was the most ideal genotype against all Xoo isolates in the four screening conditions. The results relayed that Phaladum indigenous rice varieties could be considered as new sources of bacterial leaf blight resistance in Thailand. In the future, the BLB resistance gene in this variety will be identi ed in regard to mode of inheritance and used as parental line in rice breeding programmes for resistance to BLB. 
     Keyword Bacterial leaf blight; GGE biplot; rice; stability; Xanthomonas oryzae 
575030022-9 Mr. ARTHIT SRIBUNRUEANG [Main Author]
Agriculture Master's Degree

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