COPYRIGHT YEAR

2013

AUTHORS

P. Ananda Kumar, Amolkumar U. Solanke

TITLE

Phenotyping of Tomatoes

ABSTRACT

Tomato is the most important vegetable crop after potato consumed worldwide. It is serving as model plant for fruit development and ripening biology. It is also serving as reference plant for genomics of other solanaceaous crops. Recently, tomato genome has been completely sequenced. As large amount of genetic and genomics resources are available in tomato. In-depth phenotyping of existing and generated variation in tomato may serve a valuable tool to correlate this huge data with agronomically important traits. For detailed phenotyping, IPGRI has developed tomato plant characteristics descriptors. By selecting few important descriptors, compact phenotypic catalog has been developed in tomato. Many mutant populations have been characterized using this catalog to store massive phenotyping data. Many wild species are naturally crossable with cultivated tomato; which are sources of many fruit quality traits along with biotic and abiotic stress tolerance alleles. Many researchers already used these species to introgressed agronomically important alleles into cultivated tomato. In future appropriate phenotyping of these lines along with mutant populations using new platforms like Tomato Analyzer software and new imaging technologies can help to intensify the phenotyping of tomato and thus availability of high throughput phenotyping platforms in future will hasten the speed of tomato breeding program and also help to correlate complex phenotypic data with genome.

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