Identifikasi Ketahanan Plasma Nutfah Karet IRRDB 1981 Terpilih terhadap Penyakit Gugur Daun Corynespora Berdasarkan Aktivitas Toksin Cassicolin

Fetrina Oktavia, Sudarsono Sudarsono, Kuswanhadi Kuswanhadi, Dini Dinarty, Widodo Widodo. 2016. Identification of Resistance of the Selected IRRDB 1981 Rubber Germplasm to Corynespora Leaf Fall Disease Based on Cassiicolin Toxin Activity.
Jurnal Penelitian Karet 34(1):35-48.

Jurnal Karet1ABSTRACT

One of the most important diseases of rubber tree is Corynespora Leaf Fall (CFL) disease, caused by Corynespora cassiicola fungus. The pathogen can attacks in all of rubber plant growth stages, lead to significant decrease of latex production and moreover it is causing plant death. Using resistant clones as a planting material is the most effective and economical way to prevent CLF disease. Therefore identification of resistant clones become the main strategy in the management of CLF disease.

This study was aimed to identify the degree of resistance of the 50 selected genotypes IRRDB 1981 (PN’81) germplasm to CLF. The 6 clones of Wickham population were used as a control (BPM 24, BPM 1, GT 1, RRIC 600, PB 260 and RRIM 600). Four isolates of C. cassiicola (CC-01, CC-20, CC-22, and CC23) were inoculated to young leaves of B2C stage of growth independently, and the intensity of wilting leaves was calculated based on water losses estimation due to the pathogenicderived toxin activity. The results showed that 12 genotypes were highly resistant, 13 genotypes were resistant, 23 genotypes were susceptible and 8 genotypes were highly susceptible. The PN 451, PN 494 and PN 604 genotypes showed better survival rates against CLF compared Wickham population, therefore these genotypes might be potential to be used as a resistant gene source in the rubber breeding program.

Keywords: Hevea brasiliensis; Corynespora; Cassiicolin; CLF; IRRDB germplasm; toxin; breeding; resistance


Here is how to cite this publication:

Fetrina Oktavia, Sudarsono Sudarsono, Kuswanhadi Kuswanhadi, Dini Dinarty, Widodo Widodo. 2016. Identifikasi Ketahanan Plasma Nutfah Karet IRRDB 1981 Terpilih terhadap Penyakit Gugur Daun Corynespora Berdasarkan Aktivitas Toksin Cassicolin. Jurnal Penelitian Karet 34(1):35-48.

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