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Increasing temperature elevates the variation and spatial differentiation of pesticide tolerance in a plant pathogen

Lurwanu, Yahuza; Wang, Yan-Ping; Wu, E-Jiao; He, Dun-Chun; Waheed, Abdul; Nkurikiyimfura, Oswald; Wang, Zhen; Shang, Li-Ping; Yang, Li-Na; Zhan, Jiasui

Sammanfattning

Climate change and pesticide resistance are two of the most imminent challenges human society is facing today. Knowledge of how the evolution of pesticide resistance may be affected by climate change such as increasing air temperature on the planet is important for agricultural production and ecological sustainability in the future but is lack in scientific literatures reported from empirical research. Here, we used the azoxystrobin-Phytophthora infestans interaction in agricultural systems to investigate the contributions of environmental temperature to the evolution of pesticide resistance and infer the impacts of global warming on pesticide efficacy and future agricultural production and ecological sustainability. We achieved this by comparing azoxystrobin sensitivity of 180 P. infestans isolates sampled from nine geographic locations in China under five temperature schemes ranging from 13 to 25 degrees C. We found that local air temperature contributed greatly to the difference of azoxystrobin tolerance among geographic populations of the pathogen. Both among-population and within-population variations in azoxystrobin tolerance increased as experimental temperatures increased. We also found that isolates with higher azoxystrobin tolerance adapted to a broader thermal niche. These results suggest that global warming may enhance the risk of developing pesticide resistance in plant pathogens and highlight the increased challenges of administering pesticides for effective management of plant diseases to support agricultural production and ecological sustainability under future thermal conditions.

Nyckelord

adaptive evolution; climatic change; disease management; fitness penalty; fungicide resistance; Phytophthora infestans

Publicerad i

Evolutionary applications
2021, Volym: 14, nummer: 5, sidor: 1274-1285
Utgivare: WILEY

    Associerade SLU-program

    SLU Nätverk växtskydd
    AMR: Svampar

    Globala målen

    SDG13 Bekämpa klimatförändringarna

    UKÄ forskningsämne

    Jordbruksvetenskap

    Publikationens identifierare

    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.13197

    Permanent länk till denna sida (URI)

    https://res.slu.se/id/publ/110670