Heritability of Chip Color and Specific Gravity in a Long-day Adapted Solanum phureja–S. stenotomum Population View Full Text


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2008-10

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Kathleen G. Haynes

ABSTRACT

Acceptable chip color and high specific gravity are important characteristics for chipping potatoes. High specific gravity in US chipping varieties traces back to B5141-6 (Lenape). In an effort to expand the germplasm base for high specific gravity, a long-day adapted diploid hybrid Solanum phureja–S. stenotomum population with high specific gravity was developed. The purposes of this study were to evaluate this population for its chipping potential and estimate heritability for chip color and specific gravity. The population consisted of four clones from each of 72 maternal half-sib families and represents the third cycle of selection for high specific gravity in this population. Clones were grown in a randomized complete block design at Presque Isle, Maine in 2004 and 2005 along with the check variety ‘Atlantic’. Five tubers from each clone per replicate were processed into chips in early December following 10°C storage both years. Individual chips were rated on a 1–10 scale, with ≤7 considered an acceptable color. The average chip scores of the diploid clones and Atlantic were 7.3 and 6.8, respectively. The average specific gravities of the diploid clones and Atlantic were 1.099 and 1.091, respectively. Four diploid clones had significantly higher specific gravity and lighter chip color than Atlantic; 93 diploid clones had significantly higher specific gravity and chip color equal to Atlantic. Broad-sense heritabilities and their 95% confidence interval for chip color and specific gravity were 0.68 (0.59–0.74) and 0.78 (0.70–0.81), respectively. Narrow-sense heritabilities for chip color and specific gravity were 0.24 ± 0.26 and 0.32 ± 0.26, respectively. About one-third of the population possesses both high specific gravity and acceptable chip color and could prove useful in expanding the tetraploid germplasm base for processing traits. More... »

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