Bacterial Panicle Blight Diseases Video

Donald Groth  |  11/9/2011 3:59:52 AM

Photos of rice bacterial panicle blight disease caused by the bacteria Burkholderia glumae and B. gladioli, including bacterial signs and symptoms on the grain.

Complete video gallery of the rice Bacterial Panicle Blight disease photographs:

Slide 1: Burkholderia glumae colony on King’s medium B medium (note yellow green toxin production in agar).

Slide 2: Very early infection by the bacterial panicle blight pathogen of rice grain showing water soaked discoloration on the lower part of the grain.

Slide 3: Early bacterial panicle blight infection of rice grain showing characteristic two tone discoloration symptom and green stems.

Slide 4: Bacterial panicle blight infection of rice grain showing characteristic two tone discoloration symptom.

Slide 5: Bacterial panicle blight infection of rice grain showing characteristic two tone discoloration symptom.

Slide 6: Bacterial panicle blight infection showing upright discolored heads and green stems.

Slide 7: Rice with early symptoms of bacterial panicle blight infection on the grain.

Slide 8: Rice leaf sheath rot symptoms caused the bacterial panicle blight pathogen.

Slide 9: Rice leaf sheath rot symptoms caused the bacterial panicle blight pathogen.

Slide 10: Severe rice leaf sheath rot symptoms caused the bacterial panicle blight pathogen.

Slide 11: Comparison of bacterial panicle blight resistant (left) and susceptible (right) rice varieties inoculated with Burkholderia glumae in the field.

Slide 12: Rice heads with symptoms of bacterial panicle blight infection on the grain.

Slide 13: Late symptoms of bacterial panicle blight infection of rice heads showing secondary fungal infection.

Slide 14: Rice heads with symptoms of bacterial panicle blight infection on the grain.

Slide 15: Severe bacterial panicle blight infection of rice heads in the field.

Slide 16: Bacterial panicle blight infection of rice heads showing upright discolored heads compared to healthy heads.

Slide 17: Bacterial panicle blight late head infection compared with a healthy head.

Slide 18: Bacterial panicle blight infection of rice heads in the field showing a cluster of upright discolored heads.

Slide 19: Bacterial panicle blight on resistant and susceptible rice varieties in an inoculated disease nursery.



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