Research in Plant Disease 2013;19(1):25-30.
Published online March 30, 2013.
보문 : 시판 토마토품종의 고구마 뿌리혹선충과 땅콩 뿌리혹선충에 대한 저항성
김동근 ( Dong Geun Kim ) , 류영현 ( Young Hyun Ryu ) , 박현로 ( Hyun Ro Park ) , 허창석 ( Chang Seok Huh ) , 배창환 ( Chang Hwan Bae )
Resistance of Commercial Tomato Cultivars to Meloidogyne arenaria and M. incognita
Donggeun Kim1*, Younghyun Ryu1, Hyunro Park2, Changseok Huh1 and Changhwan Bae3
1Organic Agriculture Research Institute, Euiseong, Gyeongbuk 769-803, Korea
2Gumi Floricultural Experiment Station, Oakseong, Gumi, Gyeongbuk 730-831, Korea
3Wild Life Genetic Resource Center, National Institute of Biological Resources, Environment Research Complex, Incheon 404-708, Korea
Received: December 06, 2012   Revised: March 18, 2013   Accepted: March 20, 2013
Root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) are among the main pathogens of greenhouse crops worldwide. Plant resistance is currently the method of choice for controlling these pests. To select resistant tomato against two common species of root-knot nematodes, M. incognita and M. arenaria, 36 commercial tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) cultivars were screened. Seventeen tomato cultivars were resistant to both root-knot nematodes: six in cherry tomato, ‘Tenten’, ‘Cadillac’, ‘Cutti’, ‘Sweet’, ‘Ppotto’, ‘Lycopin-9’, eight in globe tomato, ‘Lovely 240’, ‘Dotaerang Dia’, ‘Cupirang’, ‘Dotaerang Master’, ‘Super Dotaerang’, ‘Dotaerang Season’, ‘Miroku’, ‘Hoyong’, and three in root stock, ‘Special’, ‘Fighting’, and ‘Magnet’.
Key Words: Meloidogyne, Mi gene, Lycopersicon esculentum, Resistance, Root-knot nematode, Tomato

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