Asymmetric somatic hybrids between Lycopersicon esculentum and irradiated Lycopersicon peruvianum View Full Text


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1990-11

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J. Wijbrandi, A. M. A. Wolters, M. Koornneef

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Asymmetric somatic hybrids of Lycopersicon esculentum and Lycopersicon peruvianum were analysed for the retention of genes and alleles specific for L. peruvianum. The hybrids were obtained by fusion of protoplasts from L. esculentum with those of L. peruvianum (the donor), the latter having been irradiated before fusion with 50, 300 or 1,000 Gy of gamma-rays. The retention of three different types of genes or alleles was analysed. (1) The gene coding for kanamycin resistance, which is dominant and had been introduced in most of the L. peruvianum donor plants by transformation. It was present at one locus in 16 L. peruvianum donor plants and at two loci in one donor plant. (2) The genes coding for acid phosphatase, locus Aps-1, and glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase (GOT); different alleles of these genes are co-dominant and were detected by isozyme analysis. (3) Eighteen single gene morphological markers for which most of the L. esculentum genotypes used were homozygous recessive. Kanamycin resistance from donor plants with one locus was retained in about 50% of the asymmetric 30H-hybrids (the donor was irradiated with 300 Gy). L. peruvianum specific alleles of Aps-1 and GOT were present in at least 70% of the hybrids; the retention of donor alleles was lower in 30H- than in 5H-hybrids (donor irradiated with 50 Gy). On average, 73% of the L. peruvianum-specific alleles (one or both) of the morphological markers were detected in the 30H-hybrids. Several of the L. esculentum genotypes used were homozygous recessive for two morphological markers on the same chromosome; in 43% of the 30H-hybrids derived from them, only one of these markers was complemented by the L. peruvianum allele. This is an indication of frequent breakage of the L. peruvianum chromosomes. Several hybrid calli regenerated genotypically different shoots. On the whole, this analyses confirms the conclusion drawn from the cytogenetic and morphological analysis of these asymmetric hybrids, namely that irradiation prior to fusion eliminates the L. peruvianum genome to only a limited extent. More... »

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665-672

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