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Substitutes for genome differentiation in tuber-bearing Solanum: interspecific pollen-pistil incompatibility, nuclear-cytoplasmic male sterility, and endosperm
The cultivated potato, Solanum tuberosum L. (2n=4x=48), has a very large number of related wild and cultivated tuber-bearing species widely distributed in the Americas. These species, grouped in 16Expand
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Somaclonal variation in Asparagus officinalis plants regenerated by organogenesis from long-term callus cultures
Somaclonal variation in plants regenerated by organogenesis from long-term cultured calluses of two diploid staminate genotypes of Asparagus officinalis cv. Argenteuil was characterized by plantExpand
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Meiotic abnormalities underlying pollen sterility in wild potato hybrids and spontaneous populations.
Wild potato species are widely distributed in the Americas, where they spontaneously grow in very diverse habitats. These species - with low chromosome differentiation - form polyploid series with 2nExpand
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A genetic model for the endosperm balance number (EBN) in the wild potato Solanum acaule Bitt. and two related diploid species
Solanum acaule Bitt. is a disomic tetraploid potato which has been assigned two endosperm balance numbers (EBN). It readily crosses with diploids but does not cross with other tetraploid species,Expand
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Quantitative trait loci for grain moisture at harvest and field grain drying rate in maize (Zea mays, L.)
Hybrids with low grain moisture (GM) at harvest are specially required in mid- to short-season environments. One of the most important factors determining this trait is field grain drying rate (FDR).Expand
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Second meiotic division restitution (SDR) 2n pollen formation in diploid and hexaploid species of Asparagus
  • E. Camadro
  • Biology
  • Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution
  • 2004
SummaryPlants of two cultivars of 2x A. officinalis L. and two related ornamental species, 2x A. plumosus Baker and 6x A. densiflorus (Kunth) Jessop cv. Sprengeri were screened for production ofExpand
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Pollen-style compatibility relations in natural populations of the wild diploid potato species Solanum spegazzinii Bitt.
Solanum spegazzinii Bitt., a wild diploid potato species endemic to Argentina, possesses resistance to adverse biotic and abiotic agents. Northwestern Argentinean populations grouped according toExpand
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Self- and cross-incompatibility in Asparagus officinalis and Asparagus densiflorus cv. Sprengeri
Garden asparagus, Asparagus officinalis L. (off), is dioecious and reproductively isolated from a related ornamental, monoecious Asparagus densifiorus (Kunth) Jessop cv. Sprengeri (spr). Since theExpand
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Phenotypic instability and epigenetic variability in a diploid potato of hybrid origin, Solanum ruiz-lealii
BackgroundThe wild potato Solanum ruiz-lealii Brüch. (2n = 2x = 24), a species of hybrid origin, is endemic to Mendoza province, Argentina. Recurrent flower malformations, which varied amongExpand
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Germplasm transfer from the wild tetraploid speciesSolanum acaule bitt. to the cultivated potato,S. tuberosum L. using 2N eggs
Solanum acaule Bitt. (acl1, 2n=4x=48 and 2n=6x=72) is a wild potato species in which resistance to adverse biotic and abiotic agents has been found. The tetraploid subspeciesacaule andaemulans cannotExpand
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