Tuber yield and tuber traits of haploid-wild species F1 hybrids View Full Text


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DATE

1986-09

AUTHORS

Shelley Hermundstad, S. J. Peloquin

ABSTRACT

Haploid-wild species hybrids have been produced that incorporate desirable traits and genetic diversity from wild species into the cultivated potato. Nine wild species were represented in 210 hybrids which were evaluated in a yield trial with ten haploid parents and four cultivars. Haploid-wild species hybrids yielded up to 3.1 kg/hill, compared to 1.8 kg/hill for the haploids; the species parents did not tuberize. Some 2x hybrids outyielded three of the 4x cultivars. Tubers of most hybrids, especially those withSolanum berthaultii, S. canasense, S. chacoense, andS. tarijense as parents, were very smooth. Tuber set in many haploid-wild species hybrids was low. Extensive variability for dormancy and mass density (specific gravity) was also observed. Haploid-wild species hybrids which produce 2n pollen have been brought to the 4x level via 4x×2x crosses. More... »

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289-297

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