Genetic analyses of agronomic and seed quality traits of doubled haploid population in Brassica napus through microspore culture

@article{Zhang2005GeneticAO,
  title={Genetic analyses of agronomic and seed quality traits of doubled haploid population in Brassica napus through microspore culture},
  author={Geng Qian Zhang and Yongqi He and Li-li Xu and Guang Xing Tang and Wei Jun Zhou},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2005},
  volume={149},
  pages={169-177}
}
The results showed that the F1 genotype from the cross (Brassica napus cv. Zheshuang 758 × cv. Z-4115) had good response to embryogenesis, and their embryo yield and rate of plant regeneration reached 69.8 embryo/bud and 46.9%, respectively. Characters from the doubled haploid (DH) populations in B. napus were analyzed and it was showed that the means of each agronomic trait were between their parents, but they were nearer to the paternal in 6 agronomic traits (plant height, branch position… CONTINUE READING
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