Croosability of 24-chromosome potato hybrids with 48-chromosome cultivars View Full Text


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DATE

1967-03

AUTHORS

R. E. Hanneman, S. J. Peloquin

ABSTRACT

The crossability of 24-chromosome (2x) hybrids with 48-chromosome (4x) cultivars of the potato was examined through reciprocal matings utilizing one-hundred and seven 24-chromosome hybrids and twenty-one 48-chromosome cultivars. Approximately 14,000 pollinations were made which resulted in 6,863 seeds from 3,525 fruits of which 1,461 were seedless. The cultivars averaged 2.10 seeds/fruit and 0.55 seeds/pollination as males and 1.76 seeds/fruit and 0.45 seeds/pollination as females. Eleven of the 15 cultivars used reciporcally gave more seeds/fruit as females than as males. Based on data from reciprocal crosses, about 75% of the 24-chromomsome clone averaged 56 seeds/ fruit when used as a male. The seedling populatons are vigorous and predominantly tetraploid. The simplicity and efficiency of this breeding technique warrants its use in grem plasm transfer from the diploid to the tetrapoid level. More... »

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62-73

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    European Potato Journal

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    1

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    10

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