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“…FHB is of great concern to wheat producers because of its yield-reducing ability as well as food and feed safety threat associated with harmful mycotoxin contamination mostly by deoxynivalenol (DON) in the infected grain (McMullen et al, 1997;Dweba et al, 2017;ElDoliefy et al, 2020). Smith (1884) first described the disease symptoms and morphological characters of Fusisporium culmorum (present day Fusarium culmorum) causing FHB, and epidemics were also reported from the UK in 1884 (Hao et al, 2020). FHB was reported in the US states of Indiana, Delaware, and Ohio in the 1890s (Chester, 1890;Arthur, 1891).…”
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“…FHB is of great concern to wheat producers because of its yield-reducing ability as well as food and feed safety threat associated with harmful mycotoxin contamination mostly by deoxynivalenol (DON) in the infected grain (McMullen et al, 1997;Dweba et al, 2017;ElDoliefy et al, 2020). Smith (1884) first described the disease symptoms and morphological characters of Fusisporium culmorum (present day Fusarium culmorum) causing FHB, and epidemics were also reported from the UK in 1884 (Hao et al, 2020). FHB was reported in the US states of Indiana, Delaware, and Ohio in the 1890s (Chester, 1890;Arthur, 1891).…”
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“…In addition, Fhb1 has shown linkage with poor agronomic traits and single resistance gene has been proven to be a major limitation for FHB resistance breeding as it may not provide sufficient protection under severe FHB epidemics [15,22,23]. Pyramiding Fhb1 and other major FHB resistance QTL into elite cultivars using MAS could be crucial for breeding new wheat varieties with better resistance to FHB [4,24]. Several cultivars such as Yang-mai158, Yangmai11 Yangmai12, Yangmai16, and Yangmai23 in the Middle and Lower Yangtze River Valleys with moderate resistance to FHB have been approved to be released and become main cultivars [25].…”
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“…Three of these, all originating from the very resistant cultivar Sumai 3, have been validated as major QTL contributing to FHB resistance (Buerstmayr et al, 2009(Buerstmayr et al, , 2019, including Fhb1 on chromosome arm 3BS (Anderson et al, 2001;Liu et al, 2006), Qfhs.ifa-5A on 5AS (Fhb5) (Buerstmayr et al, 2002;Somers et al, 2003;Xue et al, 2011;Steiner et al, 2019), and Fhb2 on 6BS (Anderson et al, 2001;Cuthbert et al, 2007). All three of these major QTL have been exploited for wheat breeding, although most attention has focused on Fhb1, which is now present in several new FHB-resistant North American and European varieties (Hao et al, 2019). Fhb1 accounts for 20-60% of phenotypic variation in breeding populations, primarily by conferring strong type II resistance (Miedaner and Korzun, 2012).…”
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