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  1. Vol. 15 No. 4, p. 597-599
     
    Received: Nov 27, 1974


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doi:10.2135/cropsci1975.0011183X001500040044x

Resistance in Maize to Corn Rust, Controlled by a Single Dominant Gene1

  1. M. C. Futrell,
  2. A. L. Hooker and
  3. Scott E. Gene2

Abstract

Abstract

Southern corn rust (Puccinia polysora Underw.) has caused losses in late-planted maize (Zea mays L.) in the southern United States in 1972, 1973, and 1974. Two susceptible × resistant crosses to this rust were made, and the parents, F1 F2, and BC1 populations were studied in the greenhouse for their response to this rust. A single dominant gene for resistance to corn rust was found in a recovered inbred line (B1138TRpp). The original source of resistance (B1138T) comes from South Africa and has resistance to Bipolaris turcicum (Pass.)Shoemaker.

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