Development of salinity tolerant version of a popular rice variety improved white ponni through marker assisted back cross breeding View Full Text


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2019-02-14

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Muthu Valarmathi, Ramasamy Sasikala, Hifzur Rahman, Nallathambi Jagadeeshselvam, Rohit Kambale, Muthurajan Raveendran

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Salinity is one of the major abiotic stress limiting rice productivity under marginal environments. The progress in development of salinity tolerant rice varieties is slow due to complex nature of tolerance mechanisms determining performance under salinity. In the present study, efforts were taken to generate NILs of a popular rice genotype Improved White Ponni exhibiting increased tolerance against salinity through marker assisted introgression of ‘Saltol’, a major effect QTL of FL478. IWP-Satol NILs exhibited enhanced tolerance against salinity under hydroponic conditions. MABB approach accelerated the development of NILs with high recovery of recurrent parent genome within 2–3 backcrosses. Genotyping and phenotyping of BC3F1 progenies resulted in the identification of elite NILs of IWP harboring Saltol loci and possessing > 90% of recurrent parent genome recovery. Selected NILs viz., 5-35, 5-36 and 5-45 that carried the Saltol loci were screened under field conditions for their agronomic traits. NIL # 5-36 exhibited superior agronomic performance (58% increased yield over IWP under saline conditions) and superior grain/cooking quality traits than that of IWP. More... »

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262-271

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    49 approach
    50 backcrosses
    51 breeding
    52 complex nature
    53 conditions
    54 cross breeding
    55 development
    56 development of NILs
    57 effect QTL
    58 efforts
    59 elite NILs
    60 enhanced tolerance
    61 environment
    62 field conditions
    63 genome
    64 genome recovery
    65 genotypes
    66 grains/
    67 high recovery
    68 hydroponic conditions
    69 identification
    70 introgression
    71 loci
    72 major abiotic stresses
    73 major-effect QTL
    74 marginal environments
    75 markers
    76 mechanism
    77 nature
    78 nil
    79 parent genome
    80 parent genome recovery
    81 performance
    82 phenotyping
    83 popular rice genotype
    84 popular rice varieties
    85 present study
    86 productivity
    87 progeny
    88 progress
    89 quality traits
    90 recovery
    91 recurrent parent genome
    92 recurrent parent genome recovery
    93 rice genotypes
    94 rice productivity
    95 rice varieties
    96 salinity
    97 salinity tolerant version
    98 salinity-tolerant rice varieties
    99 stress
    100 study
    101 superior agronomic performance
    102 superior grain/
    103 tolerance
    104 tolerance mechanisms
    105 tolerant rice varieties
    106 tolerant version
    107 traits
    108 variety
    109 version
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