Md. Motaher Hossain

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In Arabidopsis thaliana, significant efforts to determine the effect of naturally occurring variation between phenotypically divergent accessions on different biotic or abiotic stresses are underway. Although it is usually assumed that induced systemic resistance (ISR) against pathogen will covary with plant genetic variation, this assumption has not been(More)
Since Asian soybean rust (ASR) isolates in South America are highly virulent, diverse, and distantly related to Japanese ones, limited numbers of resistance resources are available in soybean breeding in that region. Pyramiding of available ASR resistance genes (Rpp) in a single soybean genotype may provide wider spectrum and higher level of ASR resistance(More)
Asian soybean rust (ASR), caused by the fungus Phakopsora pachyrhizi, is one of the most serious soybean diseases in South America and other tropical and sub-tropical areas. The soybean lines, ‘Xiao Jing Huang,’ ‘Himeshirazu,’ and ‘Iyodaizu B’ were previously identified for their resistance to ASR fungus, while the genetic basis of the resistance has yet to(More)
The mobile telecommunication companies uphold their service quality and change their marketing core strategies to retain their existing customers by enhancing and optimizing the customer loyalty. Therefore, it becomes significant for telecom companies to identify factors of services that influence customer loyalty and in turn creates loyal customers by(More)
Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) is the most serious virus disease affecting chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) worldwide and the absence of natural resistance makes management of CMV outbreaks difficult. The characterization of improved sources of resistance to CMV in chilli would facilitate the development of commercially acceptable chilli varieties with adequate(More)
Because the six major known resistance genes to Asian soybean rust (ASR) are pathotype-specific, they rarely offer durable resistance to all ASR pathogens. Thus, other types of resistance such as field resistance or tolerance that confer broad-spectrum resistance to ASR pathogens are required for soybean breeding. The Chinese soybean variety Lu Pi Dou has a(More)
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