Evaluation of tuber traits of 10,2x(2EBN) wild species through haploid × wild species hybrids View Full Text


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DATE

1989-11

AUTHORS

G. L. Yerk, S. J. Peloquin

ABSTRACT

The wild species of potato do not tuberize under long day conditions making evaluation of their tuber characteristics difficult. HaploidTuberosum × wild species hybrids provide a means of evaluating the tuber characteristics of the 2x, wild species. Seventy-eight haploid × wild species hybrid families were evaluated for yield, specific gravity, percent tuberization per family, general tuber appearance, number of tubers per hill, and dormancy. The wild species parents wereS. bukasovii, S. canasense, S. gourlayi, S. infundibuliforme, S. kurtzianum, S. multidissectum, S. sparsipilum, S. spegazzinii, S. vernei, andS. verrucosum. Variation existed for all traits examined. Percent tuberization per family was greater than 50% in 72 of the families supporting the use of haploids to capture species germplasm for maintenance and evaluation. The mean specific gravity for all hybrids with each of seven species as a parent was greater than 1.085 (acceptable processing level). The analysis of variance for yield indicated that the effect of species parent was significant while the effect of haploids was not. Thirty-eight percent (608 of 1623) of the hybrids which tuberized had eight or more tubers per hill which would allow for further replicated evaluation at multiple locations. Dormancy ranged from 83 to 270 days post-harvest facilitating selection of clones suited to a variety of culture and storage conditions. More... »

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731-739

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