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Front. Agr. Sci. Eng.    2019, Vol. 6 Issue (3) : 251-264     https://doi.org/10.15302/J-FASE-2019262
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Breeding for the resistance to Fusarium head blight of wheat in China
Hongxiang MA1(), Xu ZHANG1, Jinbao YAO1, Shunhe CHENG2
1. Institute of Food Crops, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences and Jiangsu Collaborative Innovation Center for Modern Crop Production, Nanjing 210014, China
2. Lixiahe Regional Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Yangzhou 225800, China
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Abstract

With the changes of climate and cultivation systems, the Fusarium head blight (FHB) epidemic area in China has extended since 2000 from the reaches of the Yangtze River to the north and west winter wheat region. Breeding for FHB resistance in wheat is an effective way to control the disease. Chinese wheat breeders commenced research on FHB in the 1950s. Sumai 3, Ning 7840, Yangmai 158, Ningmai 9 and other cultivars with improved FHB resistance were developed through standard breeding methods and widely applied in production or breeding programs. In addition to intervarietal crosses, alien germplasm was used to improve FHB resistance of wheat. Addition, substitution and translocation lines with alien chromosomes or chromosome fragments were created to enhance FHB resistance. Somaclonal variation was also used to develop a FHB resistant cv. Shengxuan 3 and other cultivars with moderate resistance to FHB were released by such methods. QTL (quantitative trait loci) for FHB resistance were characterized in cultivars originating from China. The major QTL, Fhb1, was identified on chromosome 3BS in Sumai 3, Ning 894037, Wangshuibai and other Chinese resistant sources. Diagnostic molecular markers for Fhb1 have been applied in wheat breeding and breeding lines with improved FHB resistance and desirable agronomic traits have been obtained. However, breeding for FHB resistance is a long-term task, new technologies are likely to increase the efficiency of this process and better FHB resistance of new cultivars is expected to be achieved within the next decade.

Keywords breeding      Fusarium head blight      wheat     
Corresponding Authors: Hongxiang MA   
Just Accepted Date: 29 April 2019   Online First Date: 24 May 2019    Issue Date: 26 July 2019
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Hongxiang MA,Xu ZHANG,Jinbao YAO, et al. Breeding for the resistance to Fusarium head blight of wheat in China[J]. Front. Agr. Sci. Eng. , 2019, 6(3): 251-264.
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Fig.1  Epidemic area of Fusarium head blight of wheat in China since 2000
Year Cultivars released Cultivars with MR or R to FHB
2005 22 Yangmai 17 (MR)
2006 32 Ningmai 13 (MR)
2007 30 Zhenmai 168 (MR)
2008 20 Ningmai 15 (MR), Huaimai 21 (MR)
2009 33 Ningmai 16 (MR), Shengxuan 6 (R)
2010 22 Nannong 0686 (MR)
2011 18
2012 16 Ningmai 18 (MR), Sumai 188 (MR)
2013 25 Ningmai 23 (MR)
2014 21
2015 34 Huamai 6 (MR)
2016 26
Total 302  
Tab.1  Number of cultivars with moderate resistance to FHB released from national trials
Severity Symptom categories for point inoculation Symptom categories for spawn inoculation
0 No symptoms No symptoms
1 Symptom limited on inoculated spikelets Proportion of scabbed spikelets less than 0.25
2 Proportion of scabbed spikelets less than 0.25 Proportion of scabbed spikelets from 0.25 to 0.5
3 Proportion of scabbed spikelets from 0.25 to 0.5 Proportion of scabbed spikelets from 0.5 to 0.75
4 Proportion of scabbed spikelets more than 0.5 Proportion of scabbed spikelets more than 0.75
Tab.2  Severity rating and its symptom with two inoculation methods
Resistance level Average severity Disease index (DI)
Immune 0 0
Resistant 0–2.0 Greater than 0 up to the DI of the resistant control
Moderately resistant 2.0–3.0 Greater than the DI of the resistant control up to the DI of the moderately resistant control
Moderately susceptible 3.0–3.5 Greater than the DI moderately resistant control up to the DI of the susceptible control
Susceptible 3.5 Greater than the DI of the susceptible control
Tab.3  Criteria for evaluating the resistance to FHB in two inoculation methods
Fig.2  The pedigree of Yangmai 158
Fig.3  The pedigree of Ningmai 9
Cultivar Plant height/cm Spike length/cm Number of spikelets Number of kernels per spike Thousand kernel weight/g Yield/(t·ha-1) Test weight/(g·L-1) Protein content/% Gluten content/% Proportion of scabbed spikelets/%
Shengxuan 3 78.9 9.3 19.1 45.1 38.9 6.25 767 13.4 30.1 14.5–16.0
Yangmai 158 78.6 8.8 18.6 43.8 38.8 6.24 772 13.1 29.0 30.1–34.0
Tab.4  Comparison of characters in Shengxuan 3 and Yangmai 158
Cultivar 1A 1B 2A 2B 2D 3A 3B 4B 5A 6B 6D 7A 7D Reference
Baisanyuehuang + + + Zhang et al., 2012[83]
CJ 9306 + + + Jiang et al., 2007[84]
Haiyanzhong + + + Li et al., 2011[85]
Huangcandou + + + + + Cai et al., 2014[86]
Huangfangzhu + + + + + Li et al., 2012[87]
Huapei 57-2 + + Bourdoncle & Ohm, 2003[88]
Ning 7840 + + Bai et al., 1999[89]; Zhou et al., 2002[90]
Ning 894037 + + Shen & Ohm, 2003[91]
Sumai 3 + + + + + Waldron et al., 1999[92]; Anderson et al., 2001[93]
Wangshuibai + + + + + + + + + Zhang et al., 2004[94]; Ma et al., 2006[95];Yu et al., 2008[96]
Wuhan 1 + + Somers et al., 2003[97]
Tab.5  Chromosomes possessing QTL associated with FHB resistance in Chinese cultivars
Line Xgwm 389 Xgwm 493 Xgwm 533 Proportion of scabbed spikelets/%
Ning 7840 + + + 19.0
Isogenic line 1 + + + 40.1
Isogenic line 2 + + 48.4
Isogenic line 3 + + 57.6
Isogenic line 4 + 67.3
Isogenic line 5 + 82.1
Isogenic line 6 88.1
Clark 88.7
Tab.6  Evaluation of FHB resistance in isogenic lines of Fhb1 in cv. Clark background
Cultivars BARC075 GWM389 GWM533 BARC147 GWM493 WMC754
Sumai 3 129 153 160 123 213 198, 154
Wangshuibai 129 151 158 125 215 194, 146
Ning 894037 129 153 160 123 213 198, 154
Fanshan wheat 139 153 131 123 215 202, 147
Wenzhouhongheshang 129 151 131 125 159 194, 148
Tab.7  SSR marker alleles (bp) for the Fhb1 region in different cultivars
Genotype Proportion of scabbed spikelets/%
Min Max Mean
BC5F4 lines with Fhb1 16.72 40.08 30.24±9.6
Yangmai 15 48.75±11.8
Sumai 3 6.20±0.9
Tab.8  FHB resistance in BC5F4 lines with Fhb1 marker
Cultivar Release code Pedigree Breeder
Ningmai 13 National2006004 Ningmai9 system selection JAAS
Zhenmai 8 National2006008 Yangmai158/Ningmai9 LXH
Shengan 6 National2009004 Ningmai8/Ningmai9 DH JAAS
Ningmai 16 National2009003 Ningmai8/Ningmai9 JAAS
Nannong 0686 National2010003 MV964091/Ningmai9 NJAU
Ningmai 18 National2012003 Ningmai9*3/Yang 93-111 JAAS
Zhenmai 5 Jiangsu200406 Yangmai158/Ningmai9 Zhenjiang
Ningmai 14 Jiangsu200601 Ningmai9 system selection JAAS
Shengxuan 4 Jiangsu200606 Ningmai8/Ningmai9 DH JAAS
Yangfumai 4 Jiangsu200801 Ningmai8/Ningmai9 variant LXH
Yangmai 18 Jiangsu200901 4 × Ningmai9/3/6 × Yangmai158//88-128/NNP045 LXH
Yangmai 21 Jiangsu201102 Ningmai9/HJM LXH
Ningmai 20 Jiangsu201202 Y18//Ningmai8/Ningmai9 DH JAAS
Sumai 8 Jiangsu201302 Ningmai9/Yangmai11 Fengqing Seed Co. Ltd.
Ningmai 21 Jiangsu201303 Ningmai9/Yangmai158//Ningmai9 JAAS
Ningmai 26 Jiangsu2016004 Ning 9351/Ningmai9 JAAS
Sumai 9 Anhui201303 Ningmai9/Yangmai11 Fengqing Seed Co. Ltd.
Ningmai 24 Anhui201509 Ningmai9 system selection JAAS
Sumai 10 Anhui2016014 Ningmai9/Yangmai11 Fengqing Seed Co. Ltd.
Huimai 202 Anhui2016024 Ningmai9/Yangmai158 Tianqing Agri Co. Ltd.
Sunong 128 Anhui2016007 5E007/Ningmai9 Chuzhou College
Guangmingmai 1311 National20180005 3E158/Ningmai9 Guangming Seed Co. Ltd.
Nongmai 126 National20180008 Yangmai16/Ningmai9 Shengnong Seed Co. Ltd.
Tab.9  Cultivars derived from Ningmai 9
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