Preferred Scientific Name; Burkholderia glumae. Preferred Common Name; bacterial grain rot. Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Bacteria; Phylum: Proteobacteria. Burkholderia glumae, which causes bacterial panicle blight of rice (BPBR), is a well‐known pathogen. The pathogen‐induced symptoms. PDF | Burkholderia glumae is a well-known pathogen for causing bacterial panicle blight of rice. In this study, the infection process of B. glumae in rice plants at.

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KEGG GENOME: Burkholderia glumae BGR1

Oxolinic acid is useful for seed treatment, and its foliar spray is effective on infected plants, but this chemical is not commercially available in the United States. International Rice Research Newsletter, 15 3: Pseudomonas glumae Kurita and Tabei Differential bur,holderia medium for Pseudomonas species causing sheath rot ShR and grain discoloration GlD of rice.

International Rice Research Newsletter, 14 1: Their infection to rice panicles occurs at flowering, if the bacterial population reaches to a threshold level and environmental condition is favorable.

The multiplication of Pseudmonas glump on rice grains. Relationship burjholderia population dynamics of P.

Yokoyama T; Nakayama T, Change in the outbreak of rice diseases in mechanized transplant cultures. Burkholderia burkholdwria Scientific classification Kingdom: Populations of Pseudomonas glumae on rice plants. Studies on environmental factors and control methods of bacterial grain rot of rice caused by Pseudomonas glumae Kurita et Tabei II.


Plant Disease, 98 7: Infection courts of rice seedlings with Pseudomonas plantarii and Pseudomonas glump. Distribution Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available.

Integrated control burkhllderia bacterial grain rot of rice in Japanese. Suspected global warming could make bacterial panicle blight a greater threat to rice production in the future.

Burkholderia glumae (bacterial grain rot)

Transfer of Pseudomonas plantarii and Pseudomonas glumae to Burkholderia as Burkholderia spp. Spatial distribution and dissemination of bacterial grain rot of rice caused by Pseudomonas glumae. Agronomie Africaine, 16 2: Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan, When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Tsushima S; Naito H, Journal of Pesticide Science, 18 4: Population dynamics of Pseudomonas glumae, the causal agent of bacterial grain rot of rice, on leaf sheaths of rice plants in relation to disease development in the field.

Annals of the Phytopathological Society hlumae Japan, 57 2: The susceptibility of rice plants at different growth stages and of 21 commercial rice varieties to Pseudomonas glump. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan, 53 2: Bacterial grain rot of rice a new disease in Taiwan.

Severe epidemics of this disease, which caused up to 40 percent yield losses in some fields, occurred during the,and, most recently, growing seasons, when record-high night temperatures were experienced. Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan, 52 1: Goto K; Ohata K, The research goal on burkholderai panicle blight is to develop burkholdegia disease control methods based on better understanding of the bacterial virulence mechanism and the rice defense system.


Burkholderia glumae: next major pathogen of rice?

Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version burkhoolderia installing a new browser. Immunofluorescent antibody technique for detecting Pseudomonas glumae on rice plants.

Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Mode of action of oxolinic acid against bacterial seedling rot of rice glunae by Pseudomonas glumae. They may also be disseminated from severely diseased panicles to neighboring healthy plants, according to the observed spatial distribution patterns of butkholderia disease in infested rice fields.

Advances in the studies on epidemiology of bacterial grain rot of rice [in Japanese]. Affected panicles have blighted florets, which initially show white or light gray on the basal third with a dark-brown margin and eventually become straw-colored.