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Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants

Kendall R. Lamkey

Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants

Proceedings of the Plant Breeding Symposium Sponsored by the Crop Science Society of America and th (CSSA Special Publication)

by Kendall R. Lamkey

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Published by Soil Science Society of America .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agriculture - Agronomy,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8219314M
    ISBN 100891185461
    ISBN 109780891185468

    Plants, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, The phenomenon of heterosis was first described by Darwin as having a positive effect on plant traits, as displayed by cross-fertilized over self-fertilized progenies in the vegetable kingdom. How to Cite. Rhodes, D., Ju, G. C., Yang, W.-J. and Samaras, Y. () Plant Metabolism and Heterosis, in Plant Breeding Reviews, Volume 10 (ed J. Janick), John Wiley.

    There is growing interest in the development of plant breeding techniques that are based in modifications of meiosis (Wijnker and de Jong, ). However, most techniques are merely extensions of the ‘classic’ plant breeding practice aimed at more efficient introgression of traits from alien backgrounds into by: Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - This is a reference book which describes importance, use and basic information relevant to application of heterosis breeding in tomato for yield and quality contributing traits. Tomato is a tropical day neutral plant. It is self-pollinated crop but a certain extent of cross pollination may take place.

      Melchinger AE, Gumber RK (). Overview of heterosis and heterotic groups in agronomic crops. In: Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants Cited by: “In plant breeding, just as in evolution, genetic variety is the raw material of success. Hybrid is the story of how the genes that make a fat corn cob, a luscious apple, a brilliantly orange carrot or a high yielding strain of rice have traveled by serpentine paths to reach the genomes of the crops that we so depend on and yet so take for granted. In Hybrid we learn that there was a green Cited by:


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Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants by Kendall R. Lamkey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Production of hybrids of seed-propagated horticultural crops is one of the most successful plant breeding techniques because it exploits heterosis, promotes homogeneity, and is a way for commercial breeders to control their products without the necessity for legal patents or plant breeder's rights.

Concepts and breeding of heterosis in Crop Plants, the third joint plant breeding symposia, was held on Sunday, 3 November in Indianapolis at the ASA-CSSA-SSSA national meetings. The topic of heterosis grew out of discussions between committee members who had organized the previous symposia held in and members of the Vegetable Breeders Working Group, ASHS.

Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants Proceedings of the Plant Breeding Symposium sponsored by the Crop Science Society of America and the American Society of Horticultural Science, 3 Novemberin Indianapolis, Indiana. Editors Kendall R. Larnkey and Jack E. Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants: Proceedings of the Plant Breeding Symposium Sponsored by the Crop Science Society of America and the American Society of Horticultural Science, 3 Novemberin Indianapolis, Indiana by Kendall R.

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Research on heterosis, male sterility systems, outcrossing mechanisms, disease/insect management, and grain quality considerations in hybrid rice are reviewed. The book contains a wealth of useful information for practicing hybrid rice breeders, seed producers, researchers, and students of plant breeding.

Theory and Advanced Plant Breeding 2+0 2. Improvement of Field Crops 1+1 3. Heterosis Breeding 1+1 4. Breeding for Crop Quality 2+1 5. Bredding for Stress Resistance 2+1 6. Population Genetics 2+0 7. Molecular Genetics 2+0 8. Mutagenesis 2+1 9. Gene Regulation 2+0 Genetic Control of Plant Reproduction 1+1 Crop Cytogenetics and Genome File Size: KB.

Abstract. This chapter aims to outline the basic concepts underlying genomic selection (GS) in hybrid breeding. First, the concepts of dominance, heterosis, combining ability and heterotic groups are presented as a special feature of hybrid breeding, giving special attention to the breeding method of recurrent reciprocal by: RECOMMENDATIONS.

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Hybrid vigor or heterosis is defined as a superior performance of hybrids, for many traits, relative to their parental inbred lines (see Chapter 8 of this book).

Hybrids have been widely used in crop and tree breeding since ancient times, although the molecular mechanisms underlying heterosis have yet. We review the degree of heterosis, history and current status of hybrid breeding, and development of heterotic groups in five major crops with different pollination systems: allogamous—maize (Zea mays L.) and rye (Secale cereale L.); partially allogamous—faba bean (Vicia faba L.) and oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.); autogamous— rice (Oryza sativa L.).

Fundamental principles and systematic approaches. Some aspects of work carried out on heterosis and its practical exploitation in both self- and cross-pollinated crops since are surveyed. Methods of breeding are examined with reference to the characters of parents and F1 crosses in self-pollinated plants, the relation between the characters of inbred lines and those of their F1 crosses in maize, a comparison of ways in which heterosis can Cited by: e concepts in plant breeding and genetics Copyrigt: 2 eddy Citation: Reddy VRP.

New concepts in plant breeding and genetics. Adv Plants Agric Res. ;7(1)‒ DOI: /apar There are five broad areas of marker assisted selection are a. Marker-assisted evaluation of breeding material: Prior to. Heterosis in Plant Breeding. In book: Plant Breeding Reviews, Vol pp - improve the management of plant genetic resources for the benefit of plant breeding programs and Author: Charles Stuber.

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Full text of "Plant Breeding Principles And Methods". Description. Contents 1. Introduction to Plant Breeding, 2. The Centres of Origin of Cultivated Plants, 3. Crop Improvement, 4.

Plant Introduction, bility: In stock. Plant breeding can be defined as an art, a science, and technology of improving the genetic make up of plants in relation to their economic use for the man kind.

or Plant breeding is the art and science of improving the heredity of plants for the benefit of mankind. or Plant breeding deals with the genetic improvement of crop plants also known as. Heterosis breeding is a significant genetic tool that can encourage yield upgrade from between 30 to % and improves numerous other desirable qualitative traits in crops (Srivastava, ).

PRINCIPLES OF PLANT BREEDING PRINCIPLES OF PLANT BREEDING: Introduction to plant breeding-history, objectives, achievements in the pre-Mendelian era, post-Mendelian plant breeding, potential, and opportunities.

Introduction, domestication, and ns of evolution in crop plants, Centres of origin, gene pool concept – primary, secondary and tertiary gene pool, and.

The application of heterosis in crop breeding and production is the most important contribution of plant genetics to the development of agricultural technology in the last century (Zhang et al., ).The phenomenon of heterosis was defined by Shull () as ―the interpretation of.Concepts and breeding of heterosis in crop plants: proceedings of the Plant Breeding Symposium sponsored by the Crop Science Society of America and the American Society of Horticultural Science, 3 Novemberin Indianapolis, Indiana.

The Indian Society of Genetics and Plant Breeding was established in in recognition of the growing contribution of improved crop varieties to the country's agriculture. Scientific plant breeding had started inIndia soon after the rediscovery of Mendel's laws of heredity.

The Indian Agricultural Research Institute set up in and a number of Agricultural Colleges in different parts .