Manifestation of variability characteristic "flower colour" in population "Rainbow1 carnation Turkish (Dianthus barbatus L.)

Автор: Levko G.D., Soldatenko A.V., Sirota S.M., Bespalko L.V., Turushina V.M.

Журнал: Овощи России @vegetables

Рубрика: Селекция и семеноводство сельскохозяйственных растений

Статья в выпуске: 1 (45), 2019 года.

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A promising direction in the elite seed growing flower seeds is to create a population with the given ratios decorative signs and, above all, painting flowers (racemes), which has a wide range of variability. Maintaining constant these crosspollination populations can be performed using different selection methods (mass, individual, inbreeding). The aim of this research was to develop methods of elite seed-population for Carnation Turkish. Source material served as seeds superdwarfpopulation "Early Dwarf Mixed", derived from FSBSI "All-Russian Research Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants». Research conducted on plots FSBSI «Federal Scientific Vegetable Center». After the population has been designed for maintaining constant these traits in subsequent reproductions. As a result of breeding work has created a new different colour population entitled Rainbow". When analyzing the cleavage "tag coloring flower" in population "Rainbow Carnation Turkish within a few reproductions, it was found that: the range of variability of coloring a flower includes 5 major groups - pink, rose, red, salmon, white; red colour is dominant towards pink and salmon, respectively; for coloring a flower meet at least 5 genes: one controls the general predecessor synthesis of Ant-pigments, 2 gene dominant responsibility for pink and red colour, and their recessive alleles for pink and salmon, respectively; 2 gene suppressors are the synthesis of Ant-pigments cyaniding andpelargonidin...


Dianthus barbatus l., carnation turkish, dianthus barbatus l, populations, agricultural implements, carnations, genetic control of turkey flower coloring, anthocyanin pigments

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IDR: 140240664   |   DOI: 10.18619/2072-9146-2019-1-12-15

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