Atrazine-resistant cauliflower obtained by somatic hybridization between Brassica oleracea and ATR-B. napus View Full Text


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DATE

1989-08

AUTHORS

P. S. Jourdan, E. D. Earle, M. A. Mutschler

ABSTRACT

Somatic hybridization between Brassica oleracea ssp. botrytis (cauliflower, 2n=18), carrying the Ogura (R1) male-sterile cytoplasm and B. napus (2n= 38), carrying a male-fertile, atrazine-resistant (ATR) cytoplasm, yielded three hybrids (2n=56) and six cauliflower cybrids (2n=18), which were selected for resistance to the herbicide in vitro. The hybrids and cybrids were male fertile and self-compatible. They contained both chloroplasts and mitochondria from the ATR cytoplasm. We found no evidence for mtDNA recombination in any of the regenerated plants. Selfed progeny of the B. oleracea atrazine-resistant cybrids were evaluated for tolerance to the herbicide in the field. Resistant plants exposed to 0.56-4.48 kg/ha (0.5-4.0 pounds/acre) atrazine in the soil showed no damage at any herbicide level, whereas plants of a susceptible alloplasmic line were severely damaged at the lowest level of herbicide application and killed at all higher levels. These atrazine-resistant cauliflower may have potential horticultural use, especially in fields where atrazine carry over is a serious problem. More... »

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271-279

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    Theoretical and Applied Genetics

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    2

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    78

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    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24227155


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