Note on the probable cause of the occurrence of tetraploid plants in commercial triploid varieties of sugar beet View Full Text


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DATE

1959-10

AUTHORS

S. Ellerton, A. J. Th. Hendriksen

ABSTRACT

In crossing diploid male-sterile beets (18 chromosomes) with a tetraploid pollinator (36 chromosomes) it was established that of 532 individuals from this cross 8.4% were diploid, 83.9% triploid and 7.7% tetraploid. The most reasonable explanation was that the diploid male-sterile plants had given a number of unreduced egg cells. This could be put to a test by crossing diploid male-sterile plants with normal diploids. The average number of triploids found by chromosome counts was 2.4%; in a normal diploid no triploids were found. The type of cytoplasm associated with the male-sterility may lead to abnormal egg cells. Trirave (Triplex) with 84% of triploids, represents an enormous advance over normal polyploid types, which very commonly have no more than 40 per cent triploids and very rarely have more than 50 per cent. More... »

PAGES

99-103

Journal

TITLE

Euphytica

ISSUE

2

VOLUME

8

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00022426

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