Application of gene TaPT16 in improving resistance of plants to powdery mildew
A technology of powdery mildew, gene, applied in the field of agricultural biology
Active Publication Date: 2021-09-28
ZHOUKOU NORMAL UNIV
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The invention belongs to the field of agricultural biology, and particularly relates to application of a gene TaPT16 in improving the resistance of plants to powdery mildew. The arbuscular mycorrhiza-induced phosphorus transporter gene TaPT16 can be used for improving the disease resistance of plants, and has the nucleotide sequence as shown in SEQ ID NO: 1. The TaPT16 gene is determined to be the arbuscular mycorrhiza-induced phosphorus transporter gene, the disease resistance of a plant can be enhanced after the seedling of the TaPT16 gene over-expressed homozygous plant is inoculated with powdery mildew, the result is consistent with that of seedling when the TaPT16 gene over-expressed homozygous plant wheat in the mature period is inoculated with the powdery mildew by field and pot planting, and the disease resistance of the plant to powdery mildew. Therefore, the TaPT16 gene can be used for improving the resistance of wheat to powdery mildew, and has wide application space in plant breeding and cultivation.
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Plant disease resistanceNucleotide sequenc +10
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