2020
DOI: 10.5423/ppj.oa.04.2019.0119
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Genetic Diversity Studies and Identification of Molecular and Biochemical Markers Associated with Fusarium Wilt Resistance in Cultivated Faba Bean (Vicia faba)

Abstract: Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is one of the most important legume crops in Egypt. However, production of faba bean is affected by several diseases including fungal diseases. Fusarium wilt incited by Fusarium oxysporum Schlecht. was shown to be the most common wilt disease of faba bean in Assiut Governorate. Evaluation of 16 faba bean genotypes for the resistance to Fusarium wilt was carried out under greenhouse conditions. Three molecular marker systems (inter-simple sequence repeat [ISSR], sequence related amplif… Show more

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“…Thus, this work provides new possibilities for cowpea genotypes with greater resistance to Fusarium wilt than those already available in the literature. These findings are supported by previous studies that also involved the genetic resistance of plants against wilt pathogens (POTTORFF et al, 2014;MAHMOUD;ABD EL-FATAH, 2020). Considering that genetic control through resistant cultivars is the most efficient control method for Fusarium wilt, this study shows the importance of exploring genetic variability in cowpea germplasm banks in management practices and for future application in cowpea breeding programs.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 85%
“…Thus, this work provides new possibilities for cowpea genotypes with greater resistance to Fusarium wilt than those already available in the literature. These findings are supported by previous studies that also involved the genetic resistance of plants against wilt pathogens (POTTORFF et al, 2014;MAHMOUD;ABD EL-FATAH, 2020). Considering that genetic control through resistant cultivars is the most efficient control method for Fusarium wilt, this study shows the importance of exploring genetic variability in cowpea germplasm banks in management practices and for future application in cowpea breeding programs.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 85%
“…In these analyses, the SSR markers are those with the highest degree of polymorphism, genetic diversity, and consistency due to their multiallelic nature. Our results are similar to those obtained in diversity studies of other germplasm collections, which also have used different molecular markers, indicating the difficulty to compare results between markers showing different levels of polymorphism ( Liu et al, 2018 ; Mahmoud and Abd El-Fatah, 2020 ).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 84%
“…We also suggested that MR and RVS should be combined to calculate disease severity rating (DSR) for a final accurate evaluation of cotton germplasm for FOV4 resistance (Zhang, Abdelraheem, Zhu, Wheeler, Dever, Elkins‐Arce et al., 2020). However, for almost all other crops with Fusarium wilt caused by different formae speciales of F. oxysporum , screening plants for resistance is exclusively performed on foliar symptoms with a few on SVD (e.g., Ahmad et al., 2020; Alvarez et al., 2005; Bani et al., 2012; Branham et al., 2019; Chitwood‐Brown et al., 2021; Dong et al., 2019; Leitão et al., 2020; Mahmoud & Abd El‐Fatah, 2020; Miyatake et al., 2016; Pereira et al., 2020; Siamak & Zheng, 2018). This has been the case for cotton with wilt caused by most FOV other than FOV4 (Hillock, 1992; Sanogo & Zhang, 2016; Wang & Roberts, 2006; Wang et al., 1999; Zhang et al., 2015).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%