rice disease

rice dis·ease

beriberi, the original outbreaks of which were caused by feeding people rice from which the husks had been removed (polished rice), which decreased the vitamin B1 content of the rice.

rice dis·ease

(rīs di-zēz)
Beriberi; its original outbreaks were caused by feeding people dehusked rice, which decreased rice's vitamin B1 content.
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research during the previous two decades has led to the possibility of biological control as an increasingly realistic option for rice disease management.
Colleen Hefferan of the CSREES said the project would provide genomics-based tools that can be used by conventional plant breeders and others to develop better rice varieties, specifically by increasing rice milling yield and resistance to sheath blight, a major rice disease.
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Since scarce research data is available regarding the influence of Si on rice diseases in tropical lowland regions, this study aimed to determine the effect of three Silicon sources on rice yield and disease management in flood-irrigated areas in the state of Tocantins, Brazil.
The technology has since been transferred to several rice-research programs in Latin America to help countries evaluate their rice varieties for sheath blight and other rice diseases.
Bacterial leaf blight is one of the most devastating rice diseases in China and disease resistant rice would be immune to it.