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標題: 野生稻Oryza nivara抗褐飛蝨基因座Bph31(t)之抗性機制分析與精細定位
Resistance characterization and fine mapping of Bph31(t), a brown planthopper resistance locus from wild rice Oryza nivara
作者: 柯亭君
Ting-Jyun Ke
關鍵字: 抗褐飛蝨基因座;Bph31(t);Bph31(t);brown planthopper;resistance locus
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摘要: 
重要作物水稻經常受到具有高度傷害性的褐飛蝨brown planthopper (BPH, Nilaparvata lugens Stål)侵襲,此單食性的昆蟲會以刺吸式口器吸取韌皮部汁液,並間接傳染病毒,導致產量銳減,由於抗蟲水稻有迫切需求,故行政院農業委員會農業試驗所(TARI)將印度野生稻O. nivara的顯性抗褐飛蝨基因Bph31(t)導入台農71品系(TNG71,又名KN188)中,選育出KN210品系(TNG71-Bph31(t)),抗性檢定發現KN210高達3.6,而KN188僅為7。本實驗中,利用抗性(KN210)與感性(KN188)兩品系的水稻進行抗蟲機制的分析,在antixenosi方面,發現較高比例的褐飛蝨會選擇KN188棲息,由Y型嗅覺儀實驗確認應是因氣味所致,並找到一個僅出現於KN188水稻的氣味分子,可能具有誘引褐飛蝨的效果,將續進行深入探討。檢查KN210是否亦有antibiosis抗性,發現褐飛蝨有從KN210移動到KN188的偏好性,且限制在KN210上攝食的褐飛蝨其生長速度較低而死亡率較高,檢測植物萃取物,發現有三個成分會因為褐飛蝨取食而改變含量,但尚待質譜分析鑑定。而在tolerance方面,發現KN210顯著較KN188強健,單位時間內失重較少,且在KN188全數死亡時仍全數存活。經由比較兩品系的理化性質差異,發現KN210的莖稈較硬,篩管較為狹窄,且總醣含量較高,callose也較易累積,可能導致褐飛蝨取食KN210較為困難。以上證據顯示KN210具有多面向的優良抗性,應可穩定提供水稻抵抗褐飛蝨侵襲,值得選殖其抗性基因。初步定位分析顯示Bph31(t)基因座位於4號染色體上,對褐飛蝨的抗性變異解釋量(Proportions of Variance Explained, PVE)高,且文獻未曾有報導,未來將自O. nivara的基因組中尋求此抗性基因。

Brown planthopper (BPH) is the most devastating insect pest in rice-growing areas and cause enormous yield loss. BPH is a monophagous phloem feeder on rice which removes a significant amount of photoassimilates and causes its wilting. Breeding and planting of BPH-resistance rice lines are the most sustainable and environmental friendly ways to cope with BPH infestation. As the BPH-resistance genes are mainly exist in wild rice, Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute (TARI) had introduced a single dominant BPH-resistant locus from the wild rice O. nivara into the local elite cultivar TNG71 (KN188) to generate its near-isogenic line, KN210, via a 10-year breeding process. Evaluations of BPH-resistance revealed that KN210 possesses BPH resistance index as high as 3.6, compared to 7 for the KN188. In this study, we compared KN210 against KN188 to explore its BPH resistance mechanism. In the settling-choice test, BPH showed a higher frequency on choosing KN188 than KN210 as host, indicates an antixenosis resistance for KN210. Confirmed by Y-tube test, volatile compound searched by GC-MS revealed one compound, exists only in KN188, may act as an insect attractant. In the feeding-preference test, BPH kept on moving from KN210 to KN188 during a time period of 72 hrs, suggests that some resistance actions may be exerted in KN210 after BPH infestation. Moreover, the no-choice test with confined BPH revealed higher lethal rates and lower growth rates on KN210 than on KN188. These observations suggest an antibiosis to BPH in which some toxic proteins or secondary metabolites may be produced by KN210. Moreover, as all tested KN188 plants died while all KN210 survived on day 15 after heavy BPH infestation, together with a lower functional plant loss index (FPLI) found in KN210, suggest a tolerance ability for KN210. Overall, heavy cell wall composition, higher resistance in stem penetration, narrower phloem for sap ingestion, and spotted callose deposition hindrance, all provide KN210 with multiple ways to reduce the BPH infestation. Previously, crude mapping has revealed that the BPH-resistance gene, temporally named as Bph31(t), was located on chromosome 4. Future molecular cloning of Bph31(t) needs to be performed on the whole genome sequenced O. nivara.
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