1 edition of Regional collection of Gossypium germplasm. found in the catalog.
Regional collection of Gossypium germplasm.
by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Hyattsville, Md
Written in English
|Series||ARS-H -- 2.|
|Contributions||Southern Regional Project S-77., United States. Agricultural Research Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||105|
germplasm banks of important seed sources of indigenous species (e.g., Afzelia quanzensis, Khaya anthotheca, and Pterocarpus angolensis) were established. The SADC Regional Gene Bank is also located in Lusaka, Zambia. It stores duplicate samples of germplasm of national institutions (FAO ).File Size: 76KB. Hinze, L. et al. Molecular characterization of the Gossypium Diversity Reference Set of the US National Cotton Germplasm Collection. Theoretical Cited by: 6.
Production of fertile hybrid germplasm with diploid Australian Gossypium species for cotton improvement. Euphytica Euphytica Note: it reported sterile synthetic hybrids in crosses between Gossypium hirsutum and C and G-genome species, although crosses with K-genome species G. nobile and G. populifolium resulted in. Biotechnology requires germplasm, as both raw material and a source of natural variation. As a way of shaping and using genetic information, biotechnology has implication for germplasm conservation and use. This chapter discusses these opportunities and the allocation of resources. Although.
INTRODUCTION. Cotton (Gossypium spp.) is the world’s leading natural textile fibre crop and a significant contributor of ting of 50 species with different levels of ploidy, Gossypium has long served as a model for studying fundamental biological questions on genome evolution, plant development, polyploidization and crop productivity ().Cited by: Gossypium herbaceum, commonly known as Levant cotton, is a species of cotton native to the semi-arid regions of sub-Saharan Africa and Arabia where it still grows in the wild as a perennial shrub. [clarification needed] It is a sister-species [clarification needed] of Gossypium : Malvaceae.
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The primary purpose of this trip was to document, as far as DISTRIBUTION AND EVALUATION OF Gossypium possible, the extent of variation within and among Gossypium species of the region and to obtain seeds representative of that diversity for the U.S. Germplasm by: As part of a project to assess the U.S.
Asiatic Cotton Germplasm Collection as a source of genes for pest resistance, forty-three accessions of Gossypium arboreum L. were evaluated for resistance to thrips. Thrips, Thysanoptera spp., are a minor, Regional collection of Gossypium germplasm. book widespread pest on cotton, G.
hirsutum L. and G. barbadense L. Accessions were planted in free-choice field tests in, and at Cited by: Evaluation of Gossypium herbaceum germplasm race Wightianum under different sowing dates in the central cotton zone of India D.V.
PATIL, PUNIT MOHAN and V. WAGHMARE ICAR - Central Institute for Cotton Research Division of Crop Improvement (Indian. of germplasm collections J.M.M.
Engels1 and L. Visser2 (editors) 1 Programme Director, Genetic Resources Science and Technology, IPGRI, via dei Tre Denari /a, Maccarese, Rome, Italy 2 Director, Centre for Genetic Resources, the Netherlands, CGN, Wageningen University and Research Centre, P.O.
AA Wageningen, The NetherlandsFile Size: 1MB. Access and management of germplasm collections: Core collections for today and tomorrow (available as HTML version) Core collections offer a tool to improve access and management of germplasmcollections, and therefore are of great interest to those.
Germplasm Exploration and Collecting: Principles and Practices K.C. Bhatt Division of Plant Exploration and Germplasm Collection, ICAR-NBPGR, New Delhi There are over a quarter million plant species available on the earth.
It is difficult to predict which of these species would. Chapter 3: GERMPLASM EXPLORATION AND COLLECTING. Choice of population. The success of a germplasm survey, either for studying genetic diversity or for collecting nuts for a germplasm collection, is largely governed by the choice of sample population.
Ideally, it is best to identify and collect as much genetic variability as possible. USDA, ARS Crop Germplasm Research, F&B Road College Station, Texas Phone: () FAX: E-Mail: [email protected] Conservation and utilization ofGossypium germplasm for crop improvement depend on field-collecting seed from wild and feral populations.
Since the availability of viable seed cannot always be assured during botanical expeditions, a simple tissue culture method was developed to allow the collection of living vegetative material from the field. Field-testing of this culture method in western Cited by: Minor allele frequencies within and across Gossypium germplasm groups.
We used a high-throughput genotyping platform to appraise the diversity of cultivated cotton and its wild relatives (Additional file 2).Of the SNPs identified in this study, 33, (86%) were polymorphic across all Gossypium species measured (Table 1).From sequences specifically selected to detect Cited by: cotton germplasm collection with a wide g eographic cover- age represented by 4 continents, ~33 geographic regions, and ~ countries (T ables 1, 2; Fig.
Cotton Germplasm Collection of Uzbekistan of wild Gossypium species as well as ~7, cotton accessions are of Plant Science and Biotechnology © Global Science Books UZBEK GERMPLASM.
Recent studies have suggested that cottonseed (Gossypium spp.) has the potential to contribute to the effort against world hunger, particularly by providing a high‐quality protein report analyzed the diversity in protein content and other seed quality factors in the U.S. National Cotton Germplasm Collection.
The Gossypium barbadense L. germplasm collection contains over accessions listed in The National Collection of Gossypium Germplasm cotton, a distinctive type in which the seeds of each locule are conjoined into a single kidney‐shaped mass (kidney seed), represent more than 20% of the photoperiodic, shortday stocks in the barbadense collection.
Such a germplasm collection is known as a recue collection. This collection and conservation are done in the case of a danger of genetic erosion or extinction of target species. Reasons for Doing Rescue Collection: Agricultural change: Traditional major crop may be seriously threatened by the introduction of uniform, modern, or exotic varieties.
Plant Germplasm The National Plant Germplasm System (NGPS) is a collaborative effort to safeguard the genetic diversity of agriculturally important plants. The mission of the NPGS is to support agricultural production by acquiring, conserving, evaluating, documenting, and distributing crop germplasm.
Source Number of genes Number of mRNA; Gossypium tomentosum (AD3) HGS_v_a1: Gossypium barbadense (AD2) 'H' genome ZJU_v_a1: 0:. Gossypium germplasm distributed to the public. The collection is subdivided to seven different sub-collections that consist of: 1) variety sub- collection, primarily G.
hirsutum (prefixed by SA-), 2) landrace sub-collection, primarily by: 6.In addition, about 6, Gossypium accessions are coming from Russia and other countries. However, a vast majority of the cotton collection remains untapped because of technological limitations. With the development of DNA markers and other molecular tools in cotton, we present our new strategies on the characterization of Gossypium germplasm.Analysis Method: bin markers out of the markers mapped on a consensus map, the consensus map was JoinMap derived from 3 populations: a) Phytogen 72 x Stoneville F2, b) Phytogen 72 x Stoneville RIL, and c) Stoneville x Phytogen 72 RIL.