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2009-10-12

AUTHORS

Evert Jacobsen , Henk J. Schouten

ABSTRACT

Plant breeding is an ongoing activity that started many years ago through domestication of crops by farmers’ selection. After discovery of Mendel’s Law plant breeding became gradually more science driven. Nowadays, plant breeding is developing very rapidly because of the development of many new technologies and scientific disciplines that can be applied. Approaches for genetic modification (GM) of plants developed quickly in the eighties and nineties of last century, but it is the first technology that has not been widely accepted in the world by NGOs and consumers. GMO-regulations have been developed which are by the strict application obstructing the development of GM-varieties, especially in Europe. These regulations are based on the modification process and on transgenes originating from non-crossable species. These transgenes are a new gene pool for plant breeding. However, it turns out that cisgenes, which are genes from the plant itself or from crossable species, will be more and more available. They belong to the existing breeder’s gene pool but they are treated in the regulation like transgenes. It is recommended to exempt from the regulation GM-plants that contain cisgenes only. This chapter provides a historical context of cisgenesis. Further, it discusses breeding approaches of autogamous, allogamous and vegetatively propagated crops. Options for cisgenesis in these kind op crops are presented. Some examples are disease resistance in potato and apple using R- and Avr-genes, hybrid seed production using genes for male sterility, or S_RNase genes for changing self-incompatibility. We regard cisgenesis as next important step in introgression breeding, using natural genes spatie. Cisgenesis has also been compared with intragenics and induced mutation breeding. We recommend less stringent oversight for intragenic plants, compared to transgenic plants especially when it concerns RNAi. More... »

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591-611

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Molecular Techniques in Crop Improvement

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978-90-481-2966-9
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