3 edition of Heterosis breeding found in the catalog.
by Agro-Biological Publications : distributors, Researchco Publications in Delhi
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -183.
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THE concept of heterosis is widely used in plant and animal breeding. In many species, the controlled crossing of selected parental components, mainly inbred lines, is employed to maximize heterosis and thus agronomic performance of the resulting F 1 hybrids. However, the understanding of this biological phenomenon is limited and the genetic basis of heterosis has yet to be elucidated. The heterosis adjustments utilized by multi-breed genetic evaluation systems are another example of estimates for individual (due to a calf) and maternal (due to a crossbred dam) heterosis. These heterosis adjustments are presented in Table 5 below and illustrate the differences in expected heterosis for various breed-group Size: 59KB.
Some aspects of work carried out on heterosis and its practical exploitation in both self- and cross-pollinated crops since are surveyed. Methods of breeding are examined with reference to the characters of parents and F1 crosses in self-pollinated plants, the relation between the characters of inbred lines and those of their F1 crosses in maize, a comparison of ways in which heterosis can Cited by: quantitative genetics and breeding methods Download quantitative genetics and breeding methods or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get quantitative genetics and breeding methods book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.
For a number of crops, agricultural yields have been boosted by the phenomenon of heterosis or hybrid vigor, where a hybrid outperforms either parent. Understanding the various mechanisms by which heterosis arises may facilitate the breeding of hybrids with increased vigor for further crop varieties. This issue will provide snap shots of the state of the art for linking heterosis and abiotic stress tolerance and inspire future breeding for adaptation to edaphic and climate induced stresses in sorghum and other crops. Dr. Willmar L. Leiser Dr. Henry Frederick W. Rattunde .
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Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - This is a reference book which describes importance, use and basic information relevant to application of heterosis breeding in tomato for yield and quality contributing traits.
Tomato is a tropical day neutral plant. It is self-pollinated crop but a certain extent of cross pollination may take place. Hybrid vigor or heterosis is defined as a superior performance of hybrids, for many traits, relative to their parental inbred lines (see Chapter 8 of this book).
Hybrids have been widely used in crop and tree breeding since ancient times, although the molecular mechanisms underlying heterosis. This includes the molecular basis of heterosis (e.g., Rosas et al., ), epigenetic phenomena (e.g., Shindo et al., ; Vaughn et al., ), or the limits of breeding due Heterosis breeding book incompatibility.
The latter phenomenon occurs frequently enough to pose a practical problem, but its potential molecular causes are only beginning to be understood. Heterosis, also called hybrid vigour, the increase in such characteristics as size, growth rate, fertility, and yield of a hybrid organism over those of its parents.
Plant and animal breeders exploit heterosis by mating two different pure-bred lines that have certain desirable traits. The first-generation offspring generally show, in greater measure, the desired characteristics of both parents. Research on heterosis, male sterility systems, outcrossing mechanisms, disease/insect management, and grain quality considerations in hybrid rice are reviewed.
Heterosis breeding book The book contains a wealth of useful information for practicing hybrid rice breeders, seed producers, researchers, and students of Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
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Use up arrow (for. ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about Heterosis or Hybrid Vigour: 1. Meaning of Heterosis 2. History of Heterosis 3. Types of Heterosis 4. Causes 5. Effects. Meaning of Heterosis: When two homozygous inbreeds (a true breeding line obtained by continuous inbreeding) of genetically unlike constituents are crossed together, the resulting hybrids obtained from [ ].
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rai, Bhupendra, Heterosis breeding. Delhi: Agro-Biological Publications: Distributors, Researchco Publications, © Heterosis breeding and hybrid rice; Male sterility systems in rice; Organization of hybrid rice breeding program using CMS system; Source nursery; CMS maintenance and evaluation nursery; Testcross nursery; Restorer purification nursery; Backcross nursery; Combining ability nursery; Breeding rice hybrids with TGMS system; Nucleus and breeder seed production of A, B, R, and TGMS lines; Seed.
When trying to solicit authors for this book it became apparent that the causal factors for heterosis at the physiological and biochemical level are today almost as obscure as they were 30 years ago. Though biometrical-genetical analyses point to dispersion of complementary genes - not.
Concepts and breeding of heterosis in Crop Plants, the third joint plant breeding symposia, was held on Sunday, 3 November in Indianapolis at the ASA-CSSA-SSSA national meetings. The topic of heterosis grew out of discus s and s as evidenced by. heterosis. Also, linkage is not needed to achieve heterosis.
If true, it should NOT be possible to obtain an inbred that performs equally as well as the best hybrid Bernardo Breeding for Quantitative Traits in Plants pp File Size: 1MB. Studies conducted at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) during and have shown up to 73% heterosis, 59% heterobeltiosis and 34% standard heterosis for yield in rice.
The latter was estimated in comparison to commercial varieties: IR36 and IR42 (yield 4–5 t/ha in wet season trials and 7–8 t/ha in dry season trials).
Generally speaking, absolute yield was lower and Cited by: Get this from a library. Heterosis and hybrid rice breeding. [Sant S Virmani] -- Rice is the most important food crop of the developing world and the demand for it is growing.
Provided here is a concise account of hybrid breeding in rice, a newly deployed breeding approach to. Heterosis in Plant Breeding Charles W. Stuber U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Department of Genetics, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina ‐, USACited by: COVID Resources.
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Heterosis is the basis for the development of single-cross cultivars, but prediction of heterosis itself is not an important objective in commercial maize breeding programs.
Rather, breeders are interested in predicting single-cross performance prior to making the actual crosses and evaluating them in the field. and bolts of plant breeding. My colleagues generously shared their experiences with me, which made it possible to develop a set of class notes for distribution to the students.
Those class notes became the foundation for this book. The purpose of the book is to provide some assistance in the decision-makingCited by: The Benefits of Heterosis in the Goat Industry Randy Saner UNL Extension Educator [email protected] Incorporate both direct and maternal heterosis into your breeding program Thanks to the following contributors to this presentation.
Meat Goat Production Hand Book compiled by T.A. Gipson, R.C. Merkel, and S. Hart edited by T. More branches per panicle and more grains per branch.
High grain weight, etc. Applications of Heterosis in Plant Breeding. Heterosis is observed in almost every crop species studied, the application of this phenomenon for its commercial exploitation depends on the expression of the degree of heterosis.
Breeding for Quantitative Traits in Plants investigates the application of quantitative genetics to plant breeding. This book is an ideal text for a graduate-level course and a useful reference for practicing plant breeders.
Table of Contents and Sample Pages.Heterosis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Heterosis is defined as the superiority of F1 hybrid over both the parents in terms of yield and/or some other characters. Cross pollinated species and species reproducing asexually are highly heterozygous.
When these species are subjected to selfing or inbreeding they show severe reduction in vigour and fertility. This phenomenon is known as inbreeding depression.