The expression and perpetuation of inherent somatic variation in regenerants from embryogenic cultures of Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br. (pearl ... View Full Text


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1990-09

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F. M. Morrish, W. W. Hanna, I. K. Vasil

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Genetic analysis was conducted on the qualitative and quantitative traits of sexual progeny derived from embryogenic cultures of two inbred lines of Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br. (pearl millet). These lines included a genetically stable inbred of Tift 23 BE and a genetic marker line, derived from Tift 23BE, which bore qualitative genetic markers for a dominant purple plant trait (P) and two recessive traits, early flowering (e1) and yellow stripe (ys). Tissue culture regenerant populations (R0) and progeny populations (R1) produced from these plants by selfing showed no qualitative genetic variation when derived from the genetically stable inbred Tift 23BE. In contrast, stably inherited qualitative variation for a number of genetic markers was observed in R0, R1, and R2 progeny of the genetic marker line. In a population of 1,911 plants regenerated over a 12-month period, 0.02% of the population lost or showed reduced expression of the purple plant trait and 92% of plants were chlorophyll deficient. Plants showing reduction or loss of anthocyanin synthesis also flowered later. None of the purple plants showed any significant variation in flowering time. The incidence of chlorophyll deficiency increased with time in culture, 51 % of the progeny regenerated after 1 month were chlorophyll deficient, while 100% of the plants regnerated after 12 months were chlorophyll deficient. Qualitative variation was also observed in control populations of the genetic marker line where 1 plant in a total of 1,010 lacked purple pigmentation and a total of 6% showed chlorophyll variation in the first generation (S0). The presence of qualitative variation in controls suggests that the inherent variation present in the original explant was expressed and perpetuated in vitro. Quantitative variation was observed for a number of traits in the first sexual cycle (R1) of the marker line but did not occur in a subsequent generation, suggesting that this variation was epigenetic. More... »

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409-416

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