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Basic Information
CGSNL Gene Symbol PI33
Gene Symbol Synonym Pi33(t), RMg70, Pi-33(t), Pi-33, Pi33
CGSNL Gene Name PYRICULARIA ORYZAE RESISTANCE 33
Gene Name Synonym Pyricularia oryzae resistance-33(t), Magnaporthe grisea resistance 33, Blast resistance 33
Protein Name
Allele
Chromosome No. 8
Explanation Pi33 was located on chromosome 8 in a 1.6cM interval between markers RM72 and Y2643L (Bohnert et al. 2004). Original line is IR64, Bala (Indica). It was shown that, in the elite rice variety IR64, the resistance conferring allele of the rice blast resistance gene Pi33 was introgressed from the wild rice Oryza rufipogon (accession IRGC101508). The Pi33 locus was previously mapped to a 240 kb region between markers RMSPi33-53 and RM3507. In Nipponbare, nine candidate genes (three NBS-LRR and six LRR-kinase) were identified in this genomic region: (LOC_Os08g10250, LOC_Os08g10260, LOC_Os08g10290, LOC_Os08g10300, LOC_Os08g10310, LOC_Os08g10320, LOC_Os08g10330, LOC_Os08g10430 and LOC_Os08g10440) (Ballini et al. 2007). The Pi33 gene is located at a position of 3,306-3,309 Mbp inside the LOC_Os08g32600 (Os08g0421800) locus. (Utami et al. 2011).
Trait Class Tolerance and resistance - Disease resistance
Expression
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Map
Locate(cM) 45.4
Link map Classical linkage map
References
Divya B., Biswas A., Robin S., Rabindran R., Joel A.J.
J. Genet. 2014  93(2)  415-24
Gene interactions and genetics of blast resistance and yield attributes in rice (Oryza sativa L.).
Miah G., Rafii M.Y., R .Ismail M., B. Puteh A., A. Rahim H., Asfaliza R., A. Latif M.
Mol. Biol. Rep. 2013  40(3)  2369-88
Blast resistance in rice: a review of conventional breeding to molecular approaches
Sharma T.R., Rai A.K., Gupta S.K., Vijayan J., Devanna B.N., Ray S.
Agric Res 2012  1  37-52
Rice Blast Management Through Host-Plant Resistance: Retrospect and Prospects
Utami D.W., Barnita K., Yuriah S., Hanarida I.
J. Biosci. 2011  18  123-128
Nucleotide Base Variation of Blast Disease Resistance Gene Pi33 in Rice Selected Broad Genetic Background
Collemare J., Abdou R., Gagey M.J., Song Z., Bakeer W., Cox R., Ballini E., Tharreau D., Lebrun M.H.
In: Proc. EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON FUNGAL GENETICS 10th 2010    -
Fungal secondary metabolites as effectors of pathogenicity: role in the complex interplay between rice and Magnaporthe grisea.
Koide Y., Kobayashi N., Xu D., Fukuta Y.
JARQ 2009  43  255-280
Resistance Genes and Selection DNA Markers for Blast Disease in Rice (Oryza sativa L.)
Ballini E., Morel J.B., Droc G., Price A., Courtois B., Notteghem J.L., Tharreau D.
Mol. Plant Microbe Interact. 2008  21(7)  859-68
A genome-wide meta-analysis of rice blast resistance genes and quantitative trait loci provides new insights into partial and complete resistance.
Collemare J., Pianfetti M., Houlle A.E., Morin D., Camborde L., Gagey M.J., Barbisan C., Fudal I., Lebrun M.H., Böhnert HU.
New Phytol. 2008  179(1)  196-208
Magnaporthe grisea avirulence gene ACE1 belongs to an infection-specific gene cluster involved in secondary metabolism.
Correa-Victoria F.J., Tharreau D., Martinez C., Vales M., Escobar F., Prado G., Aricapa G.
CIAT poster 2007    -
Gene Combinations for Durable Rice Blast. Resistance in Colombia
Ballini E,Berruyer R,Morel JB,Lebrun MH,Notteghem JL,Tharreau D
New Phytol. 2007  175  340-50
Modern elite rice varieties of the 'Green Revolution' have retained a large introgression from wild rice around the Pi33 rice blast resistance locus.
Morel, J.-B.
New Phytol. 2007  174  159
Early and specific gene expression triggered by rice resistance gene Pi33 in response to infection by ACE1 avirulent blast fungus.
Liu XQ, Wang L, Chen S, Lin F, Pan QH.
Molecular Genetics & Genomics (Molecular General Genetics up to 2001) 2005  274(4)  394-401
Genetic and physical mapping of Pi36(t), a novel rice blast resistance gene located on rice chromosome 8.
Böhnert HU., Fudal I., Dioh W., Tharreau D., Notteghem J.L., Lebrun M.H.
Plant Cell 2004  16(9)  2499-513
A putative polyketide synthase/peptide synthetase from Magnaporthe grisea signals pathogen attack to resistant rice.
Sallaud, C., M. Lorieux, E. Roumen, D Tharreau, R. Berruyer, P. Svestasrani, O. Garsmeur, A. Ghesquiere, J.L. Nottenghem
Theor. Appl. Genet. 2003  106  794-803
Identification of five new blast resistance genes in the highly blast-resistant rice variety IR64 using a QTL mapping strategy.
Berruyer, R., H. Adreit, J. Milazzo, S. Gaillard, A. Berger, W. Dioh, M.H. Lebrun and D. Tharreau
Theor. Appl. Genet. 2003  107  1139-1147
Identification and fine mapping of Pi33, the rice resistance gene corresponding to the Magnaporthe grisea avirulence gene ACE1.
Berruyer R., Adreit H., Milazzo J., Tharreau D., Dioh W., B?hnert H.U., Zhu L., Price A., Notteghem J.L.
IRRN 2002  27  11-12
Characterization of Pi33, a resistance gene in rice interacting with Magnaporthe grisea avirulence gene ACE1
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Gene Ontology response to fungus( GO:0009620 )
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Last updated
Mar 3, 2016


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