Factors determining the performance of synthetics in Vicia faba L. 2. Syn-generation View Full Text


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DATE

1994-01

AUTHORS

Dieter Stelling, Wolfgang Link, Erhard Ebmeyer

ABSTRACT

In the partially allogamous faba bean, yield and yield stability can be improved significantly by heterozygosity and heterogeneity. The commercial production of hybrid varieties for the full exploitation of heterosis is still unfeasible. Hence, the breeding of synthetic varieties has repeatedly been recommended. The present study aimed at investigating whether and to what extent effects due to heterozygosity and heterogeneity occur in such varieties, particularly in relation to Syn-generation. A sample of 36 inbred lines (Vicia faba L. minor) was used to generate several entries of different population structure, e.g. blends of inbred lines (=Syn-0), experimental synthetics of generations Syn-1 to Syn-4 and polycross progenies. In 1986 to 1991 these entries were evaluated together with their parental lines grown in pure stands in six series of multi-locational field trials in West Germany. The yield of the synthetics increased with successive Syn-generations and asymptotically approached its maximum by as early as generations Syn-2 or Syn-3. The yield increase was mainly caused by heterozygosity. In two synthetics the yield increase corresponded to about one-half to two-thirds of the mid-parent heterosis. Effects due to heterogeneity were small and mostly non-significant. In one out of three expriments significant effects due to seed source were observed which, however, did not alter the yield increase with successive Syn-generations. Hence, Syn-generations Syn-2 or Syn-3 may be sold to the farmer. More... »

PAGES

85-93

Journal

TITLE

Euphytica

ISSUE

1-2

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75

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00024535

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