A brown planthopper resistant and high grain quality rice variety 'Anmi' developed by molecular breeding method.

@inproceedings{Suh2014ABP,
  title={A brown planthopper resistant and high grain quality rice variety 'Anmi' developed by molecular breeding method.},
  author={Jung-Pil Suh and Ji-ung Jeung and Yeon-Gyu Kim and Kshirod K Jena and and Young-Chan Cho and Jin-Seok Lee and Myeong-Ki Kim and Ha-Cheol Hong and Jonghee Lee and J. C. Kim and Im-soo Choi and E. G. Jeong and Hung-Goo Hwang and Sea-Kwan Oh and Chang-Ihn Yang and Mun-Sik Shin},
  year={2014}
}
‘Anmi’ is a new BPH (Brown planthopper) resistant japonica rice cultivar possessing the Bph18 gene derived from wild rice, Oryza australiensis and high yield potential with good grain quality. ‘Anmi’ was derived from a cross ‘Junam’ and ‘IR65482-7-216-1-2’ by a molecular marker assisted backcross breeding. The introgression line ‘IR65482-7-216-1-2’, the source of the Bph18 gene, was used as the donor parent for BPH resistance and ‘Junam’, a BPH-susceptible elite japonica cultivar with good… CONTINUE READING