Agronomic Variation among Anther Derived Double Haploids from Sweet Pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) Genotypes
- Surendra Lal Shrestha Binod Prasad Luitel Taek Jong Lee Won Hee Kang
- 제23권 제6호
- 등재여부 : KCI등재
- 503 - 512 (10 pages)
Anther derived double haploids (DHs) from sweet pepper genotypes (‘Special’, ‘Derby’, ‘Bossanova’, ‘Fiesta’, ‘Debora’ and ‘Minipaprika’) were used to study the agronomic variation in 2006. Ninety-nine successful DHs regenerants (32 from ‘Special’, 25 from ‘Derby’, 23 from ‘Bossanova’, 10 from ‘Fiesta’, 6 from ‘Debora’ and 3 from ‘Minipaprika’) were transplanted at plastic house and studied on their agronomic characters. Variation in agronomic characters was observed within the DHs of each genotype. DHs obtained from ‘Derby’ and ‘Fiesta’ exhibited wide variation in fruit yield plant-1 whereas averaged fruit yield plant-1 was highest in ‘Derby’ (1608g) and less variation was observed in DHs of ‘Bossanova’. Based on the agronomic characters expressed in DHs population at this environment, SP55, SP56, SP60, and SP116 from ‘Special’, SP8, SP10, SP14, SP16, and SP34 from ‘Derby’, SP115, SP119, SP142, SP143, SP196, and SP199 from ‘Bossanova’, SP41, SP45, and SP114 from ‘Fiesta’, SP21 from ‘Debora’ and SP91 from ‘Minipaprika’ identified as elite inbred lines and these DH lines could be used for commercial hybrids production in sweet pepper. Genetic relationship among the selected inbred lines using molecular markers and their response to diseases are further recommended to study.
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