2020
Screening for stem borer resistance
Contributor/Checkoff:
Category:
Sustainable Production
Keywords:
GeneticsGenomics
Parent Project:
This is the first year of this project.
Lead Principal Investigator:
David Hyten, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Co-Principal Investigators:
Project Code:
1744
Contributing Organization (Checkoff):
Institution Funded:
Brief Project Summary:

This project will provide an initial screening of diverse germplasm for resistance to stem borer found in Nebraska. We will do a large-scale screen of diverse germplasm to assess stem breakage, girdling, and oviposition punctures due to Dectes stem borer infestation. To assess antixenosis and antibiosis we will do a more labor intensive screening on a smaller number of lines that maximize genetic diversity or have demonstrated potential resistance through the large-scale screen. Through these screens, we will identify the best methods to screen for genetic resistance to help us design genetic studies to map and discover resistant genes. We will also identify germplasm that has potential...

Unique Keywords:
#breeding & genetics
Information And Results
Final Project Results

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