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PSL97060-17-CNT-1-2-1: ข้าวนาน้ำฝนสายพันธุ์ดีเด่น Thai Agricultural
Anakkapon Boonchuay; Somphong Choeyphan; Apichat Noenplab; Jaturong Pipatpiriyanon; Pongsa Sukserm; Acharaporn Na Lampang Noenplab; Nalinee Chiengwattana; Supattra Suwanthada; Chutiwat Wannasai; Sa-ang Chairinte; Duang-orn Ariyapruek; Kawaporn Puumchoey; Sumaree Sangprem; Jet Kotcharoek; Pamorn Pattawatang; Duangkamon Boonchuay; Chairat Channoo; Duangporn Withoonjit; Phremkamon Munninta; Wiphawadee Chamnan; Nayakorn Sa-nguankaew; Wantana Sriratanasak.
In wet season, rainfed area in Lower Northern of Thailand has has an abundance of soil and water availability which is suitable for growing a photoperiod-sensitive rice with high yield potential. However, favorite rice varieties often have low yield and are susceptible to rice pests. Breeding for high yield and resistance to disease and insect pests while maintaining good eating quality is, therefore, the major approaches in changing rice varieties for good qualities, increased yield and adequate consumption. A promising lines, PSL97060-17-CNT-1-2-1, was obtained from three-way cross between KLG88028-22-1-2-2 and F1 of SPR88096-17-3-2-2 and IR60 at Phitsanulok Rice Research Center. Selection in F4-F6 was subsequently conducted at Chai Nat Rice Research...
Tipo: Collection Palavras-chave: Rice; New rice varietry; Resistance varietry; Rainfed rice; Promising rice line; Lower northern Thailand; Non-glutinous rice; Photoperiod-sensitive; Early maturing; ข้าว; ข้าวพันธุ์ใหม่; พันธุ์ต้านทาน; ข้าวนาน้ำฝน; ข้าวสายพันธุ์ดีเด่น; ภาคเหนือตอนล่าง; ข้าวเจ้า; ความไวต่อช่วงแสง; อายุสั้น.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5880
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การประเมินลักษณะเชื้อพันธุกรรมข้าวพื้นเมืองในพื้นที่ภาคเหนือตอนล่าง Thai Agricultural
Preamkamon Moonnilta; Jaturong Pipatpiriyanon; Nattanich Thawornkae; Kanyanai Kaewsanga.
Evaluations in genetic relationship amomg local rice genetic resources in the lower northern region were perform edusing cluster analysis method. In this study, a total number of 81 rice varieties were selected and clustered in both morphology traits by using the UPGMA of simple matching and agronomic traits by using the Square Euclidean by Ward method. From the morphology traits grouping results, there were 14 clusters (G1-G14) with4 main clusters i.e.Group 12 Group13 Group 2 and Group 6 which could be grouped.The results also showed that Group 12 has the highest number of members of rice varieties that was 56 varieties. The characteristics of Group 12’s members were green leaf, green leaf sheet, white pollen, yellow grain, non-glutinous rice and the...
Tipo: PhysicalObject Palavras-chave: Genetic resources; Cluster analysis method; Simple matching; Morphology traits; Agronomic traits; Rice; Local varieties; Biodiversity; Lower northern; เชื้อพันธุกรรมข้าว; การวิเคราะห์กลุ่ม; สัมประสิทธิ์ความเหมือน; สัณฐานวิทยา; ลักษณะทางการเกษตร; ข้าว; พันธุ์พื้นเมือง; การจำแนกพันธุ์; ความหลากหลายทางพันธุกรรม; ภาคเหนือตอนล่าง.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5689
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การลดความรุนแรงของโรคไหม้ของข้าวโดยการปลูกแบบหลายสายพันธุ์ในภาคเหนือตอนล่าง Thai Agricultural
Acharaporn Na Lampang Noenplab.
This study was carried out at Phitsanulok Rice Research Center during 2008-2010 aiming for minimizing rice blast severity by growing 2 rice lines differed in blast resistance to broaden rice genetics. In 2008, resistance screening was performed on 2 sets of blast resistant rice lines derived from KDML105 having different donors of resistance developed by Ubon Ratchathani Rice Research Center. Ten selected blast isolates were inoculated one at a time onto 21 day-old seedlings at 50,000 spores/ml and kept at 25 o C in the controlled room for 7 days before assessment. Since selection criteria were based on resistance to half of the tested isolates and an ideal pair should have similar maturity, therefore, none of the lines have been selected. In 2009, the...
Tipo: Collection Palavras-chave: Rice blast; Severity; Multilines; Lower north region; ข้าว; โรคไหม้; ความรุนแรง; สายพันธุ์ข้าว; การปลูกแบบหลายสายพันธุ์; ภาคเหนือตอนล่าง.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/123456789/3077
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การเพิ่มระดับความต้านทานต่อโรคไหม้ในพันธุ์ข้าวเจ้าหอมพิษณุโลก 1 โดยใช้โมเลกุลเครื่องหมาย Thai Agricultural
อภิชาต เนินพลับ; อัจฉราพร ณ ลำปาง เนินพลับ; สุรเดช ปาละวิสุทธิ์.
Rice blast is a one of the most important rice disease. It could cause severe yield damage. Therefore, it is vital for rice improvement aiming for blast resistance especially for those containing as good cooking quality as Khao Dawk Mali 105 (KDML105); Khao’ Jao Hawm Phitsanulok 1 (HPSL1) belongs to this group except a slightly longer maturity than that of KDML105. Nowadays, molecular technology has been used for a greater efficiency in selection through a marker assisted selection. DNA primers specific to gene(s) or QTLs related to rice blast defense mechanism were developed. In this study, a cross between HPSL1 and two donors; P280-2 and P280-5 was carried out. These donors contain blast resistance genes on chromosome 1, 2, 11 and 12 identified by 6...
Tipo: Collection Palavras-chave: Khao’ Jao Hawm Phitsanulok 1; Rice blast; Lower Northern of Thailand; Marker assisted; Selection; ข้าวเจ้าหอมพิษณุโลก 1; โรคไหม้; ภาคเหนือตอนล่าง; โมเลกุลเครื่องหมาย; การคัดเลือกพันธุ์.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5906
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ข้าวนาน้ำฝนสายพันธุ์ดีเด่น PSL97060-17-CNT-1-2-1 Thai Agricultural
Anakkapon Boonchuay; Somphong Choeyphan; Apichat Noenplab; Jaturong Pipatpiriyanon; Pongsa Sukserm; Acharaporn Na Lampang Noenplab; Nalinee Chiengwattana; Supattra Suwanthada; Chutiwat Wannasai; Sa-ang Chairinte; Duang-orn Ariyapruek; Kawaporn Puumchoey; Sumaree Sangprem; Jet Kotcharoek; Pamorn Pattawatang; Duangkamon Boonchuay; Chairat Channoo; Duangporn Withoonjit; Phremkamon Munninta; Wiphawadee Chamnan; Nayakorn Sa-nguankaew; Wantana Sriratanasak.
In wet season, the rainfed area in the Lower North of Thailand region has abundance soil and water. It’s suitable for grow the rice variety which high yield potential. However, the favorite rice varieties have often had low yield and highly susceptible to rice pests. The rice breeding for high yield and resistance to rice insect pests and rice diseases but has maintained favorite good qualities for eating. It’s the importance alternative of farmer for change variety to good qualities, increase yield and adequate to consumption. The promising lines designated PSL97060-17-CNT-1-2-1 was obtained the three way cross between KLG88028-22-1-2-2 and F1 of SPR88096-17-3-2-2 and IR60 at Phitsanulok Rice Research Center. After that Chai Nat Rice Research Center has...
Tipo: PhysicalObject Palavras-chave: Rice; Rice production; Non-glutinous rice; Photoperiod sensitive; Early maturity; Varieties; Plant breeding; Growth; Yields; Seeds quality; Cooking quality; Rainfed; Lower north; ข้าวเจ้า; การผลิตข้าว; นาน้ำฝน; ข้าวไวต่อช่วงแสง; ข้าวอายุเบา; พันธุ์; การปรับปรุงพันธุ์พืช; การเติบโต; ผลผลิต; คุณภาพเมล็ดพันธุ์; คุณภาพหุงต้ม; ภาคเหนือตอนล่าง.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5701
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ข้าวหอมสายพันธุ์ดีเด่น PSL04106-28-1-2-1-1-1 Thai Agricultural
Pongsa Sukserm; Apichart Noenplab; Acharaporn Na Lampang Noenplab; Supattra Suwanthada; Sa-ang Chairinte; Duangorn Ariyapruek; Phamorn Pattawatang; Cawaphon Pumchoei; Anakapon Boonchuay; Duangporn Withoonchit; Duangkamon Boonchuay; Chairat Channoo; Jaturong Pipatpiriyanon; Preamkamon Munnintha; Wipavadee Chamnan; Naiyakhon Sangoenkaew; Supawinee Suangtho; Bang-on Thammasamisorn; Chairat Petchalanuwat; Phakobkhit Dungthaisong; Opas Worawat; Supaporn Janbuathong; Sumalee Suttayot; Jittichai Anawong; Jet Kotcharoek; Pornsuree Kanjana; Wantana Srirattanasak; Nalinee Chiengwattana; Somphong Choeyphan.
The major rainfed rice growing area in the Lower North region of Thailand has good soil fertility. It has high potential to produce good rice varieties including aromatic rice. However, at present, Nahng Mon S-4 is the only aromatic, intermediate amylose content rice variety being officially released. Therefore, a selection for an aromatic, intermediate amylose content, high yield and resistant to major disease and insect pest is needed to provide the alternative for farmers. The promising line designated PSL04106-28-1-2-1-1-1 was obtained the double cross being HPSL1/Mudgo//HSRN/SPR90116-15-2-2-1-1///SPR90116-15-2-2-1-1 during 2002-2004. F1 and F2 were massively sown in 2005-2006, respectively. F3 and F4 were tested against brown plant hopper (BPH)...
Tipo: PhysicalObject Palavras-chave: Intermediate rainfed rice; Aromatic rice; Lower northern; ข้าวนาน้ำฝนอายุปานกลาง; ข้าวหอม; ลักษณะประจำพันธุ์; ภาคเหนือตอนล่าง.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5527
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ความหลากหลายของชีวชนิดเพลี้ยกระโดดสีน้ำตาลในเขตภาคเหนือตอนล่าง Thai Agricultural
Phamon Pattawatang; Jate Kotcharerk; Suradet Palawisut.
Example populations of brown planthopper outbreak in Phitsanulok province, Bring test the reaction virulence of the rice varieties with different resistance genes. Individual insect separate test showed that BPH samples collected during the years 2010 by the diversity of biological species in a mixed group of BPH into three groups: Group 1 biotype 4 BPH resistance genes were Bph3, bph4 and bph2 + Bph3 group 2 biotype 5 BPH resistance genes were bph2 + Bph3 and group 3 New biotype is resistant gene Bph3 and bph2 + Bph3 as the province of Phitsanulok and Kamphaeng Phet group 1 biotype 4 Were 37.50 and 14% in group 2 biotype 5 were 10.42 and 20% and group 3 new biotype were 52.08 and 66%, respectively,that none of the insect population biotype 3....
Tipo: PhysicalObject Palavras-chave: Brown planthopper; Biotypes diversity; Resistant genes; Lower northern region; เพลี๊ยกระโดดสีน้ำตาล; ชีวชนิด; ยีนต้านทาน; ความหลากหลายของชีวชนิด; ภาคเหนือตอนล่าง.
Ano: 2012 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5442
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สภาพฟ้าอากาศที่เปลี่ยนแปลง: ผลกระทบของอากาศหนาวเย็นต่อผลผลิตของข้าวในเขตภาคเหนือตอนล่าง Thai Agricultural
Acharaporn Na Lampang Noenplab.
Rice growing areas in the Lower North of Thailand has been severely affected by extreme climate change seen as cold injury in 2007 dry season. The total affected area was 621,176 rai (99,388 ha) resulted in a drastic loss of 2,749 million Baht ($US 89 million). Since it has been reported that the most sensitive stage to cool temperature is the young microspore stage, approximately 8.5-10 days before flowering, and the critical range of temperature for cold injury resulted in panicle sterility is 15-20 oC. This preliminary investigation firstly aimed to observe visible changes after exposing to cool temperatures. Secondly, to observe the relationship between low temperature and sterility. Thirdly, to measure a subsequent reduction in grain yield of rice cv....
Tipo: Collection Palavras-chave: Rice; Climate change; Cold injury; Young microspore stage; Panicle sterility; Leaf discoloration; Tip degeneration; Yield loss; Lower North region; Supanburi 3; Thailand; ข้าว; สภาพอากาศหนาวเย็น; ผลกระทบจากภูมิอากาศ; การเป็นหมันของรวงข้าว; ปลายรวงฝ่อ; ผลผลิตข้าว; พันธุ์สุพรรณบุรี 3; การเปลี่ยนแปลงของอากาศ; อายุเก็บเกี่ยว; ภาคเหนือตอนล่าง.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://anchan.lib.ku.ac.th/agnet/handle/001/5097
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