Diploid Ancestors of Triploid Export Banana Cultivars: Molecular Identification of 2n Restitution Gamete Donors and n Gamete Donors

@article{Raboin2005DiploidAO,
  title={Diploid Ancestors of Triploid Export Banana Cultivars: Molecular Identification of 2n Restitution Gamete Donors and n Gamete Donors},
  author={L. -M. Raboin and Françoise Carreel and J Noyer and Franc-Christophe Baurens and J. P. Horry and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Bakry and Hugues Tezenas du Montcel and Jacky Ganry and Claire Lanaud and Pierre J.L. Lagoda},
  journal={Molecular Breeding},
  year={2005},
  volume={16},
  pages={333-341}
}
The origin of triploid export banana cultivars was investigated. They all belong to Cavendish and Gros Michel subgroups of triploid clones and have a monospecific Musa acuminata origin. The appearance of these cultivars is thought to be result of hybridization between partially sterile diploid cultivars producing non reduced gametes and fertile diploids producing normal haploid gametes. To trace these diploid ancestors we compared the RFLP patterns, revealed by 36 probe/enzyme combinations, of… CONTINUE READING
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