2 edition of Sunflower inbreds and their hybrids found in the catalog.
Sunflower inbreds and their hybrids
by University of Birmingham in Birmingham
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science.
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History of the US Hybrid Corn Seed Industry Thomas Hoegemeyer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln The history of the US corn seed industry is inseparable from the history of plant genetics and breeding. It was clear to late 19th and early 20th century scientists that Mendel’s discoveries were of File Size: 2MB. Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Sunflower (Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Crop Plants) 1st Edition by Jinguo Hu (Editor), Gerald Seiler (Editor), C. Kole (Editor) & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a Format: Hardcover.
Hybrid seeds will give you a more consistent uniform crop of plants but their downside is that the resulting seeds you harvest won’t necessarily give you plants that look like their parents for your next generation. Earthwalker. The Earthwalker hybrid variety produces a variety of different coloured mutli-headed tall flowers. variety inbreds used in the first practical corn hybrid — the Burr-Leaming double-cross hybrid. He continued inbreeding corn at Minnesota starting in He selected strong silking plants on University Farm’s drought-prone soils to increase moisture stress-tolerance of corn inbreds and hybrids.
Paterson & Everett  reported embryogenesis of sunflower inbreds from 12 day old seedling hypocotyl explants on a modified MS medium (supplemented with g/l total KN03, 40 mg/l Adenine sulphate, mg/l casamino acids, mg/l BA, mg/l NAA and mg/l GA3). In and , plants of the same F 2 hybrids and the inbreds B73 and Mo17 and their F 1 cross (B73 Mo17) were defoliated at ≈20 d after pollination and seed development was compared to that of undefoliated plants. Seed dry weight, moisture concentration, and milk line and black layer development (using a five-stage rating system) were.
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A total of hybrids were introduced in the sunflower breeding program as initial material and submitted to selection for the following traits: earliness, size of HELIA, 25, Nr. 36, p.p.() The estimates of dominance were found to be rather high in the present study, indicating that hybrids will have a considerable advantage over inbreds as varieties of sunflower.
Significant epistasis and dominance for most traits confirmed that the genetic control of variation in sunflower is as complicated as in many other species.
Associations of inbreds were consistent with known pedigrees; groupings were often consistent with designations as either female or male parents. All of the hybrids were uniquely identifi ed; most grouped according to source company.
Pedigree analysis of 15 hybrids of known parentage correctly identifi ed the two parental inbreds for each by: 2. Power CJ () Organogenesis from Helianthus annuus inbreds and hybrids from the cotyledons of zygotic embryos.
Am J Bot – CrossRef Google Scholar Prats E, Bazzalo ME, León A, Jorrin JV () Accumulation of soluble phenolic compounds in sunflower capitula correlates with resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. In the sunflower crop, the creation of hybrid varieties requires to take into account attraction parameters for pollinating insects; in this regard, pollen is a major cue.
An attempt to characterize genotypes according to their pollen production and the biochemistry of the pollenkitt is described by: 2. Non-Oilseed Sunflower - Description of Released Restorer Line Germplasm; Non-Oilseed Sunflower - Description of Released CMS and B-Line Germplasms; Sunflower Germplasm Release Notes.
HA-DM6 and HA-DM7; Release of Oil Seed Sunflower Germplasms RHARHAand HA Release of Oil Seed Sunflower Germplasms HARHAand RHA In researching the book, each 'hybrid' was given the same set of questions to answer, including how they discovered they were a hybrid, what their genetic make-up Missing: Sunflower inbreds.
GENETIC VARIABILITY STUDY IN SUNFLOWER INBREDS Sujatha, H.L., Chikkadevaiah* and Nandini University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK, BangaloreIndia Received: Janu Accepted: Septem SUMMARY The analysis of variance of 51 inbreds and 3 checks revealed significant differences for all 15 characters studied.
I was highly impressed with this annual sunflower that grows not on single, tall stalks but as a three-by-three-foot bush with multiple blooms that keep coming from June until frost.
Starting with a little transplant in a four-inch pot in May, Suncredible Yellow quickly turned into a multi-stem bush that produced hundreds of bright yellow. In this context, the objective of the present study was to breed female inbred lines from sunflower hybrids and report on the methodology used to obtain the described results.
Materials and Methods. Female inbred lines from sunflower hybrids were developed from RHA inbreds with S-RfRf genotypes obtained by selfing the hybrids.
Commercial sunflower hybrids have been produced by means of a single male-sterile Helianthus petiolaris Nutt. cytoplasm and a few fertility restoration genes. Several hybrids obtained after crossing seven female × seven male sunflower inbred lines in a factorial mating design were evaluated for resistance to white rot in two locations in the southeast.
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Sesquiterpene lactones in sunflowers, Helianthus spp., are important to interactions with pathogens, weeds, and insects. Across a broad range of Helianthus annuus, differences in composition of sesquiterpene lactones extracted from disc florets were found between wild and cultivated sunflowers and also between distinct groups of inbreds used to produce sunflower by: The breeding of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) cultivars adapted to soils low in available boron (B) may have particular relevance since this crop has a high B requirement and B deficiency is wid.
Purchase Sunflower - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNHigh variability observed represents a very promising base to obtain new sunflower inbreds with high oil quality for use either as component in hybrids or as breeding stock for future generations.
The high variability observed also suggests that selection in sunflower germplasm enable the creation of more oil profiles with different fatty : Mahmmmed Harun. Beginning January 1,the journals, books and magazines published by the ASA, CSSA and SSSA will be hosted exclusively on the Wiley Online Library.
Please bookmark our new home page for new articles and full archive content. The ACSESS Digital Library will remain available during the transition period, but will not be updated with newly. Heterosis in sunflower is used mostly through single-cross hybrids that are created by crossing female lines that are cytoplasmic male sterile and male inbred lines that have a fertility restoration gene.
That is why the inbred lines with the best combining ability are converted into sterile form or fertility restoration genes are introduced into them by backcrossing.
Sunflowers also explores one of the ‘what if’ theories behind a classic artist - in this case, Vincent van Gogh. However, as I read on, the chasm between the two books grew ever wider.
Having finished Sunflowers, I would not equate it with Girl With A Pearl Earring, and at the risk of sounding nasty - Tracy Chevalier is a highly skilled /5. I examine morphological differences between inbred parents of a widely adapted hybrid. Relatively constant percentage of heterosis of well‐adapted hybrids over years is due to seasonal climate affecting hybrids and their parent inbreds in a like manner because of their selection for adaptedness.Approximately farmers in the valley produced more t acres of hybrid seed inaccounting for plus percent of the total grown in the United States.
Some also raise foundation seed, from which comes the female inbreds used to make hybrids. What makes hybrid seed production so expensive for growers like Pete Knight? Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) oil is the fourth most important vegetable oil in world trade at present with an annual production of around 9 million tonnes and a cultivated acreage of over 22 million hectares, mainly concentrated in the Russian Federation, Ukraine, India, and Argentina, which totalize more than 50% of sunflower world acreage.
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