Potato cytogenetics and germplasm utilization View Full Text


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DATE

1989-10

AUTHORS

S. J. Peloquin, S. H. Jansky, G. L. Yerk

ABSTRACT

The potato is unexcelled among important economic plants in the abundance of related germplasm and the ease of incorporating this germplasm into cultivated forms. It is usually possible to obtain interspecific hybrids through sexual crosses; the hybrids are vigorous, chromosome pairing and crossing-over occur normally (due to lack of extensive chromosome differentiation among taxons), and fertility is good. Thus, we can either incorporate small segments of chromosomes from related species into cultivars to obtain specific characters or many segments to either contribute to quantitative characters or to increase genetic diversity. The potato is also unsurpassed in the facility with which sets of chromosomes can be manipulated. This allows for a germplasm enhancement strategy that involves species, haploids, 2n gametes, and Endosperm Balance Number (EBN). The species are the source of genetic diversity, haploids ofTuberosum andAndigena provide a method of capturing the diversity (putting wild germplasm in a usable form), and 2n gametes and EBN are involved in an effective and efficient method of transmitting diversity to cultivars. Knowledge and use of EBN, 2n gametes, and haploids have made it possible to make relatively inaccessible germplasm available to the potato breeder. More... »

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629-638

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02853983

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