2 edition of Potato germplasm screening for adoptation to subtropical production including salt tolerance found in the catalog.
Potato germplasm screening for adoptation to subtropical production including salt tolerance
Syed Inayat Ali Razvi
|Statement||Syed Inayat Ali Razvi, principal investigator ; compiled by Bashir Ahmed Solangi.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 51 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
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Abstract. A representative sample of the US potato germplasm collection was screened in the greenhouse for ability to accumulate tuber calcium. Germplasm with very high and very low calcium accumulation capacity has been identified by progressively screening for extremes among species, among populations (accessions), and finally among genotypes (i.e., fine screening).Cited by: The goal of germplasm enhancement is to introgress traits from wild crop relatives into cultivated material and eventually cultivars.
It seeks to restore genetic diversity that has been lost over time or to augment cultivated material with novel alleles that improve parents in breeding programs.
This paper discusses potato germplasm enhancement efforts in the past, focusing on effective Author: Paul C. Bethke, Dennis A. Halterman, Shelley H. Jansky. Adaptation of Potato to High Temperatures and Salinity A Review production, our need increases Potato germplasm screening for adoptation to subtropical production including salt tolerance book potato germplasm that can tolerate these adverse conditions.
Genetic stud- ies on germplasm variability have revealed species or with increased salt tolerance is also important to facilitate the.
Potato cultivars for salt tolerance Where T and C refer to the EC values of salt stress treated and control treatments respectively; 1and 2 refer to the initial and final EC respectively. In vitro screening for salt tolerance For callus induction, internodal segments ( cm) were excised from four week old in vitro plantlets.
10 explantsFile Size: KB. On the basis of stress tolerance trait indices (STTIs), Arun () and Ausha () showed as a highest salt tolerant, Jamalu () and Chollisha () showed the most salt sensitive potato.
Introduction. Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is of great economic value and ranks as the fourth most important food crop in the ing to FAO () global cultivation on million hectares resulted in an estimated million tons production.
Potato production provides food, employment, and income as a cash crop (Scott et al., ) and helps in increasing food availability while Cited by: 1. Introduction. Western South America is the primary center of the origin and diversity of the potato crop and its wild relatives.
Contemporary landrace gene pools occur from 45° south in Chile to 12° northern latitude in Colombia (Hawkes, ).Wild relatives of the potato (Solanum section Petota; Solanaceae) have a much wider distribution range and occur from northern Patagonia to the Cited by: 7. The Small Grains and Potato Germplasm Research is located in Aberdeen, ID and is part of the Pacific West Area.
The Research Leader (acting) is Jonathan Whitworth. Email: [email protected] Phone: () Fax: USDA, ARS, PACIFIC WEST AREA S. Aberdeen, ID Seed potato production and market are the main focus of this chapter. This implies use of healthy (certified) initial seed; land free from soil-borne diseases and special care being taken in the control of diseases and pests during the growing season.
cellular basis of salinity tolerance transport proteins and salt tolerance, screening. Potato Origin and Production. Important potato germplasm collections in Latin America are maintained at national gene.
including heat, drought, and salt tolerance. Analyzing biofortified populations under recurrent selection in diploid potato germplasm, Paget et al. found moderate to high and positive correlation between iron (Fe) and zinc (Zn) contents from cycle I (r 2 = ) and from cycle II (r 2 = ), indicating that evaluation and selection for one of these traits will result in concomitant increase in the other.
The incidence of short episodes of high temperature in the most productive rice growing region is a severe threat for sustainable rice production. Screening for heat tolerance and breeding to increase the heat tolerance of rice is major objective in the situation of recent climate change.
Replacing sensitive genotypes with heat tolerant cultivars, modification in sowing time, and use of growth Author: Shahbaz Khan, Sumera Anwar, M. Yasin Ashraf, Binish Khaliq, Min Sun, Sajid Hussain, Zhi-qiang Gao, H.
Assessment of salt tolerance and variability within some rice germplasm using microsatelittes. Soil salinity is a major abiotic stress that affects rice production.
It can. A study by Hasanuzzaman et al. () on screening mungbean germplasm for salt tolerance in the spring season identified a few resistant genotypes for saline areas.
NaCl stress, combined with other types of stress, resulted in organ-specific changes in polyamine content in mungbean plants and affected enzyme by: A greenhouse study was conducted at Gansu Agricultural University in Transgenic potato lines carrying AtNHX1 gene expressed significantly higher levels of salt tolerance than the nontransgenic check.
The integrated evaluation index showed that the NG-5 transgenic line had a salt-tolerance level 46 times that of the check.
Sweet potato is a highly heterozygous crop and has a chromosome number of 2n (6x) = 90, it is considered to be a natural hexaploid. Sweet potato is the second most important root crop with a world production of million tones.
Sweet potato produced in Asia is mainly used for humanFile Size: KB. Salt-Adaptation Capacity of the Date Palm. The date palm tree has evolved through natural selection to be a drought- and salt-tolerant plant (Zaid and de Wet, a) with an adaptation capacity exceeding barley, which is widely considered to be a salt-tolerant crop (Furr and Armstrong, ).Some date palm varieties have the ability to grow in close proximity to the seashore where they Cited by: Here, we report the draft genome sequence of Solanum commersonii, which consists of ∼ megabases with an N50 of 44, bp anchored to 12 chromosomes, using the potato (Solanum tuberosum) genome sequence as a reference.
Compared with potato, S. commersonii shows a striking reduction in heterozygosity (% versus 53 to 59%), and differences in genome sizes were mainly Cited by: Excerpt from Scientific Potato Culture: A Book, Concise in Its Form, and Containing a Mint of Suggestions Regarding the Potato and Its Culture The book contains some interesting experiments on the plant as well as the practical culture of the potato.
About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic : A. Young Sr. Potato is the third most important food crop in the world after rice and wheat. With global crop production exceeding million tonnes (MT), potato is a critical crop in terms of food security (Birch et al.
Temperature is considered to be the most important uncontrollable factor affecting growth and yield of potato (Levy & Veilleux ).Cited by: COMPARISON OF TWO MOST COMMONLY USED SCREENING TECHNIQUES FOR SALT TOLERANCE IN CROP PLANTS A comparison to test the consistencies and discrepancies of two most commonly used screening techniques (soil and hydroponic) for salt tolerance in crop plants were examined.
In this regard, physiological responses of four sunflower production is. Technological breakthroughs in screening/breeding wheat varieties for salt tolerance 7 1. Quantify information on the salt-tolerance of the crop, the variability within it and related species, any sensitivities to particular ions, and any environmental interactions.
Identify the growth stage when productivity is most limited by salinity, and File Size: KB. ConclusionConclusion The yeast-based screening method presented here can be efficiently used to identify potential heat tolerance genes of various other crops with slight modification.
In this study, 95 potato tolerance genes were identified to enhance thermo-tolerance of yeast cells. 11 out of these 95 genes demonstrated to have the role in. In this book, we are happy to bring together papers from the meeting in Turin (international workshop held from 5 to 7 March in Turin, Italy) and the background and summary documents from the subsequent e-mail conference.
The book aims to provide an updated overview of the current status of the world's genetic resources for food and agriculture, of the use of biotechnology tools for. Determination of Molecular Markers for Levels of Salt Tolerance and Ion Accumulation in UCB-1 Pistachio rootstock.
SMALL GRAINS AND POTATO GERMPLASM RESEARCH Aberdeen, ID In-House Appropriated (D) and Screening Potato Cultivars for Susceptibility to BCTV. Figure 1. Map of exploration of G. arboreum L.
in south-west china. Six professors have been in charge of the germplasm bank and in vivo garden from toand made important contributions to the development of cotton germplasm in China. Prof. Meng Shiheng was the first researcher in charge of cotton germpasm work duringand he established the early system of preservation of Cited by: 3.
Applied Mathematics and Omics to Assess Crop Genetic Resources for Climate Change Adaptive Traits focuses on practical means and approaches to further the use of genetic resources for mitigating the effects of climate change and improving crop production. Genetic diversity in crop plants is being further explored to increase yield, disease resistance, and nutritional value by employing recent.
Food and nutritional security will be worsened by climate change-induced high temperatures, droughts and reduced water availability in most agricultural food crops environments, particularly in developing countries.
Recent evidences indicate that countries in the southern hemisphere are more vulnerable to food production due to greater frequency of extreme weather by: 1.
Screening sugar-cane germplasm for drought tolerance in Nigeria. M.N. Ishaq G. Olaoye T.O. Akinsanya. Introduction. Sugar-cane (Saccharum spp.) is an important cash crop, grown mostly in the tropics and sub-tropics. Its cultivation is restricted to between 35°N and 35°S of. Furthermore, the RNA sequencing of six RNA samples including three time points (0, 6 and 24 hours after salt stress ( mM NaCl)) of 6-week-old salt-tolerant and salt-sensitive pistachio.
Amer J of Potato Res () 91 Solanum Section Petota in Costa Rica: Taxonomy and Genetic Resources David M. Spooner1*, Roel Hoekstra2, and Braulio Vilchez3 'USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Department of Horticulture, University.
Potato Germplasm Introduction Station, USDA-ARS. 机构代码. USA Livestock production in subtropical and tropical regions is often limited by low protein content of the available forage.
Identification of adapted forage legumes for mixtures with perennial grasses can improve animal production in the subtropics and tropics.
This project will evaluate native forage legume plants from Florida, Puerto Rico and Uruguay and identify mechanisms that contrtibute. Molecular markers based on Simple Sequence Repeats (SSR) are a very efficient tool for potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) genotype identification and can be very useful for germplasm conservation and management.
With the purpose of incorporate this technology into the potato breeding program of the National Institute of Agricultural Research (INIA) Chile, a set of 26 SSR markers was Cited by: 2.
Soil moisture data in conjunction with evapotranspiration data (ET) will be used to establish irrigation rates. Irrigation scheduling will be triggered by those parameters in conjunction with canopy temperature measured by infrared thermometers.
We will collect data on soil quality, root growth, canopy development. Flowers TJ () Improving crop salt tolerance. Journal of Experimental Botany Foolad MR () Recent advances in genetics of salt tolerance in tomato. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture Fooland MR, Jones RA () Genetic analysis of salt tolerance during germination in Lycopersicon.
Theoretical and Applied Cited by: 3. Sustainable crop production, including environmental safety and economic feasibility, depends on sound nutrient management programs. high yield, salt tolerance. CIP Applied Mathematics and Omics to Assess Crop Genetic Resources for Climate Change Adaptive Traits focuses on practical means and approaches to further the use of genetic resources for mitigating the effects of climate change and improving crop production.
Adaptation’s thirst: accelerating the convergence of water and climate action. Background paper prepared for the report of the Global Commission on Adaptation. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA) 42p.
Goals / Objectives Introduction, preservation, distribution, and evaluation of tropical and subtropical fruit, Tripsacum, and ornamental plants.
Expand the volume of subtropical/tropical fruit and Tripsacum gremplasm accessions actively managed (e.g., regenerated, processed, documented, evaluated or characterized) so as to increase the number of accessions available to the scientific community.
Potatoes are a staple crop around the world. Covering all aspects of botany, production and uses, this book presents a comprehensive discussion of the most important topics for potato researchers and professionals. It assesses the latest research on plant growth such as tuber development, water use and seed production, covers all aspects of pest management and reviews postharvest issues such.GAIL TAYLOR.
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LAURIE, S.M., et al., Quick screening method for drought tolerance for sweet potato tested in South Africa. Triennial Symposium of International Society of Tropical and Subtropical Crops (ISTRC), NovCIP-HO/UANALM, Lima, Peru ().
Country/Organization South Africa.