Yield and tuber characteristics of 4x progeny from 2x×2x crosses View Full Text


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DATE

1991-09

AUTHORS

Joanna E. Werner, Stanley J. Peloquin

ABSTRACT

Unrelated, unselected 2x haploid-species hybrids that produce 2n eggs, by second division restitution and 2n pollen due to first division restitution were intercrossed to generate 4x progeny. The 19, 4x families were compared with seven cultivars for tuber yield, tuber appearance and tuber set. The mean yield of the 4x families was 30% higher than the mean yield of the cultivars. The best five 4x families outyielded the best five cultivars by 57% and 69% at two locations. Cultivars were superior for tuber appearance and tuber set. The high yields of the 4x families are due to genetic diversity of the 2x parents and their ability to transmit that diversity to the 4x progeny utilizing 2n gametes. The potential of the 2x×2x breeding method is dependent on developing 2x hybrid clones that form 2n eggs and possess desirable tuber types; clones producing 2n pollen and good tuber quality are available. More... »

PAGES

261-267

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TITLE

Potato Research

ISSUE

3

VOLUME

34

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02360499

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