Performance of true potato seed families. 1. Effect of level of inbreeding View Full Text


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DATE

1991-12

AUTHORS

Gisela C. Shonnard, S. J. Peloquin

ABSTRACT

Successive generations of open pollinated (OP) true potato seed (TPS) families represent a low-cost planting material. This study was conducted to determine whether inbreeding occurred during two successive OP generations and, if so, whether it adversely affected the performance of transplant families from true seed. Potato seedling transplants from 4x×2x hybrid, OP1, OP2, S1 and S2 families were compared for plant vigour, flowering, pollen stainability, OP fruit set, tuber yield and specific gravity. Hybrids were consistently superior, while S2 families were inferior. The performance of OP1, OP2 and S1 families did not differ significantly for most traits. The accumulation of inbreeding in successive OP generations was limited by reduced OP seed production on selfed plants; thus, a synthetic TPS variety propagated by open pollination may be feasible. More... »

PAGES

397-407

Journal

TITLE

Potato Research

ISSUE

4

VOLUME

34

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/bf02360576

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02360576

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