Pollen selection for Alternaria resistance in oilseed brassicas: responses of pollen grains and leaves to a toxin of A. brassicae View Full Text


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DATE

1993-04

AUTHORS

K. R. Shivanna, V. K. Sawhney

ABSTRACT

The effects of destruxin B, a host-specific toxin of Alternaria brassicae that causes black spot disease in oilseed brassicas, were studied on in vitro pollen germination and pollen-tube growth of Brassica campestris var "brown sarson", B. juncea, B. napus cvs "Westar" and "Cresor", B. nigra and Sinapis alba. Pollen grains of B. nigra, B. juncea and B. campestris were the most sensitive and those of S. alba the least sensitive to the toxin. Effects of the toxin were also studied on the leaves of these species, and the degree of sensitivity of leaves of different species was comparable to that of their pollen grains. The results on the responses of pollen grains as well as leaves to the toxin are in agreement with the degree of susceptibility/resistance of these species to A. brassicae reported in the literature, indicating that the genes imparting susceptibility/restistance are expressed in the pollen, a prerequisite for pollen selection. Results are also presented which show that the toxin fed to the cut end of isolated inflorescence axis is readily taken up by the developing pollen and results in the inhibition of germination of susceptible pollen. This technique offers a simple and effective method for application of selection pressure to eliminate pollen grains susceptible to the toxin from effecting fertilization. More... »

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339-344

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