Some experiences in breeding frost-tolerant potatoes View Full Text


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DATE

1956-10

AUTHORS

C. Mastenbroek

ABSTRACT

In the Netherlands, late frosts in spring often cause appreciable damage. Breeding potatoes for resistance to frost damage seems to be worth wile.A number of Solanum species with tolerance to frost-temperatures have been found. One of the most resistant species, S. acaule, has been used in the breeding work of the author.Methods of treatment with frost-temperatures are described. Hardening before treatment is necessary to demonstrate the resistance and is, therefore, very important for a reliable assessment.At least part of the resistance of S. acaule could be transferred to second backcross hybrids. The best individuals of this generation resisted −51/2°C. About 6% resisted this temperature fairly to very well.Both clone plants and seedlings can be selected as plants, standing in soil, either in pots or in flats.Tolerance seems to be governed by a number of dominant genes with quantitative or cumulative effect. Also, one or a few major genes together with some modifiers might explain the inheritance of tolerance.There is as yet no indication of linkage between frost-tolerance in the tops on the one hand and foliage-type, tuber-yield and frost-tolerance in the tubers on the other. In the Netherlands, late frosts in spring often cause appreciable damage. Breeding potatoes for resistance to frost damage seems to be worth wile. A number of Solanum species with tolerance to frost-temperatures have been found. One of the most resistant species, S. acaule, has been used in the breeding work of the author. Methods of treatment with frost-temperatures are described. Hardening before treatment is necessary to demonstrate the resistance and is, therefore, very important for a reliable assessment. At least part of the resistance of S. acaule could be transferred to second backcross hybrids. The best individuals of this generation resisted −51/2°C. About 6% resisted this temperature fairly to very well. Both clone plants and seedlings can be selected as plants, standing in soil, either in pots or in flats. Tolerance seems to be governed by a number of dominant genes with quantitative or cumulative effect. Also, one or a few major genes together with some modifiers might explain the inheritance of tolerance. There is as yet no indication of linkage between frost-tolerance in the tops on the one hand and foliage-type, tuber-yield and frost-tolerance in the tubers on the other. More... »

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289-297

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Euphytica

ISSUE

3

VOLUME

5

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00038851

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