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Table 4 Resistance frequencies of the two sets of differentials in the four Mo populations

From: The Race Structure of the Rice Blast Pathogen Across Southern and Northeastern China

   Resistance frequency (%)c
Cultivara Resistance geneb GD HN LN HLJ
CDC set
 Tetep Pi1, Pi4, Pi54 98.3 95.0 88.3 90.0
 Zhenlong 13 Pik, Pia, β, ε 85.0 ε 88.3 98.3 100
 Sifeng 43 Pib, Pia, α 68.3 41.7 88.3 α 100 α
 Dongnong 363 Pik, Pia, β 76.7 86.7 98.3 β 100
 Kando 51 Pik, γ 95.0 γ 96.7 51.7 15.0
 Hejiang 18 Pii, Pia, δ 63.3δ 68.3δ 8.3 13.3
 LTH Pik-l 6.7 10.0 3.3 8.3
JDC set
 Shin 2 Pik-s, Pish, Pi19 63.3 58.3 6.7 11.7
 Aichi Asahi Pia, Pi19 26.7 8.3 0 11.7
 Fujisaka 5 Pii, Pik-s, Pi19 28.3 55.0 43.3 16.7
 Kusabue Pik, Pish, Pi19 90.0 96.7 51.7 15.0
 Tsuyuake Pik-m, Pi19 93.3 96.7 61.7 30.0
 Fukunishiki Piz, Pish, Pi19 100 100 90.0 71.7
 K1 Pita, Pi19 98.3 81.7 73.3 83.1
 Pi4 No. 4 Pita-2, Pish 75.0 66.7 71.7 81.7
 Toride 1 Piz-t, Pish, Pi19 68.3 65.0 71.7 80.0
 K60 Pik-p, Pish, Pi19 80.0 91.7 53.3 11.7
 BL1 Pib, Pish, Pi19 63.3 55.0 28.3 73.3
 K59 Pit, Pik-s, Pi19 20.0 48.3 76.7 43.3
  1. aCDC, Chinese differential cultivar; JDC, Japanese differential cultivar
  2. bThe Pi genes in the CDCs were adopted from Kiyosawa and Ling (1984), Mackill and Bonman (1992), Rai et al. (2011), Hua et al. (2012), and Singh et al. (2015), and those in JDCs from Kiyosawa (1981), Imbe and Matsumoto (1985); and Hayashi et al. (1998). The additional resistance genes in the CDCs given by α, β, γ, δ, and ε those were predicted in the current study by comparison of resistance frequencies between CDCs and JDCs carrying the same Pi genes
  3. cThe bold-faced ones were recognized as the higher resistance cultivar