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Type: Journal article
Title: The resistance and correlation analysis to three species of cereal aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on 10 wheat varieties or lines
Author: Hu, X.
Keller, M.
Liu, X.
Hu, Z.
Zhao, H.
Liu, T.
Citation: Journal of Economic Entomology, 2013; 106(4):1894-1901
Publisher: Entomol Soc Amer
Issue Date: 2013
ISSN: 0022-0493
1938-291X
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Xiang-Shun Hu, Mike A. Keller, Xiao-Feng Liu, Zu-Qing Hu, Hui-Yan Zhao, and Tong-Xian Liu
Abstract: Winter wheat resistance is an efficient and environmentally friendly means to controlling aphids. By using principal component analysis and correlation analysis, we evaluated the resistance of 10 winter wheat varieties or lines from three countries to the following three aphid species: Sitobion avenae, Rhopalosiphum padi, and Schizaphis graminum. The data show that Batis was susceptible to Si. avenae and R. padi, but had adverse effect on the development of Sc. graminum; Astron was advantageous to WG and rm of Si. avenae and R. padi, but not to Sc. graminum; Amigo was resistant to Sc. graminum and R. padi, but susceptible to Si. avenae; 98–10–35 was resistant to Si. avenae and R. padi, but not to Sc. graminum; 98–10–30 was adverse to growth and fecundity of Si. avenae, but better for Sc. graminum and R. padi; Xiaoyan22 was susceptible to Sc. graminum, but not to R. padi; Ww2730 were resistant to Si. avenae, but susceptible to Sc. graminum; 186tm was susceptible to R. padi, but caused high mortality for Si. avenae and Sc. graminum. Correlation analysis suggests the wheat varieties or lines that were resistant to Si. avenae were always resistant to R. padi, but susceptible to Sc. graminum. However, the overall similarities in resistance classifications were not because of the same phenotypic characters of the wheat varieties or lines. We conclude that the wheat varieties or lines had specific different resistances to the three aphid species, and the resistant traits (antibiosis) can be defined at two or more hierarchical levels. There was even a stronger “trade-off” for the comparison of Si. avenae versus Sc. graminum and R. padi versus Sc. graminum.
Keywords: Sitobion avenae; Rhopalosiphum padi; Schizaphis graminum; specific resistance; trait hierarchy
Rights: © 2013 Entomological Society of America.
RMID: 0020131442
DOI: 10.1603/EC13071
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