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Induced Mutations in Vegetatively Propagated Plants, 2

Proceedings of the Final Research Co-Ordination Meeting on the Improvement of Vegetatively Propagated ... Induced Mutations (Panel Proceedings Series)

by Meeting on the Improvement of Vegetatively Propagated Crops and Tree C

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Published by Intl Atomic Energy Agency .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant reproduction & propagation,
  • Radiobiology,
  • Radioisotopes In Horticultural Research,
  • Congresses,
  • Plant mutation breeding

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages310
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12857963M
    ISBN 109201111827
    ISBN 109789201111821

    In vegetatively propagated crops, induced mutations can improve existing cultivars faster than conventional breeding methods. Induced mutations may also be viewed as a complementary tool to conventional breeding. In Musa, for example, dwarfness is an important trait, and it would be most desirable to have many more dwarf diploids. In Vitro Techniques and Mutagenesis for the Improvement of Vegetatively Propagated Plants; B.S. Ahloowalia. Mutation Breeding in Cereals and Legumes; P.K. Gupta. Induced Mutations in Ornamental Plants; A. Schum, W. Preil. In Vitro Induced Mutations for Disease Resistance; A. Cassells. This book provides a timely insight into.

    May 01,  · Somaclonal variation and induced mutations in crop movement (current plant science and biotechnology in agriculture, 32), Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. Current Plant Science and Biotechnology in Agriculture Series, Vol. 32 Coordinators: Jain S.M., Brar D.S., Ahloowalia runrevlive.com: Somaclonal Variation and Induced Mutations in Crop Improvement solanaceous medicinal plants. Section 2 deals with induced mutation, and is covered in 10 chapters mainly on mutagenesis in sugarcane, fruit trees, apomixsis, ornamental plants, disease resistance, cereals and legumes, and vegetatively propagated plants. Section 3 describes the.

    Induced Mutation in Tropical Fruit Trees May IAEA-TECDOC Induced Mutation in Tropical Fruit Trees the in vitro mutagenesis approach is suitable for vegetatively propagated crops through Induced Mutations and Biotechnology’ was initiated in and concluded in Many staple food crops, such as banana, cassava, potato, sweet potato, sugarcane, taro, yam, are propagated vegetatively. Crop improvement using vegetative propagules has special challenges compared with breeding of seed propagated species. Genetic variability is a fundamental necessity for crop improvement; this may be available within the germplasm used by breeders, or may be runrevlive.com: S. Bado, N. G. G. Yamba, J. V. Sesay, M. Laimer, B. P. Forster.


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Application of Mutation Breeding Methods in the Improvement of vegetatively propagated crops: Volume 2 - Ebook written by C. Broertjes. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Application of Mutation Breeding Methods in the Improvement of vegetatively propagated crops: Volume 2.

Dec 02,  · Application of Mutation Breeding Methods in the Improvement of Vegetatively Propagated Crops: An Interpretive Literature 2 book summarizes advances in the use of artificially induced mutations to improve cultivated plants, particularly those that are vegetatively propagated.

It brings together all available and accessible references that examine the advantages, drawbacks, and possibilities of 3/5(1). Get this from a library. Induced mutations in vegetatively propagated plants. Proceedings of a Panel.

[Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Atomic Energy in Food and Agriculture.;]. Mutation breeding, both radiation and chemical-induced mutations, has been employed for the development of new cultivars or hybrids in several crop plants (Suprasanna et al.

In the s. Get this from a library. Induced mutations in vegetatively propagated plants II: proceedings of the final research co-ordination Meeting on the Improvement of Vegetatively Propagated Crops and Tree Crops Through Induced Mutations organized by the joint FAO/IAEA Division of Isotope and Radiation Applications of the Atomic Energy for Food and Agricultural Development and held in Coimbatore.

In vegetatively propagated plants, many of mutants were derived from irradiating rooted stem cuttings, detached leaves, and dormant plants. 2 book to the FAO/IAEA database, of the mutants released among the vegetatively propagated plants, most are in the floricultural plants and a few in fruit runrevlive.com by: In azaleas and chrysanthemums, approximately 50% of cultivars have been derived from natural sports or induced mutations (Heursel, ; Preil, ).

Since the s mutation induction has been applied to ornamental runrevlive.com by: Induced mutations have been used to improve major crops such as wheat, rice, barley, cotton, peanut and cowpea, which are seed propagated (Ricardo and Ando ) have reported on the role of.

('~1, ~2) THE ROLE OF INDUCED MUTATIONS IN PLANT IMPROVEMENT The better understanding of the control of gene action has brought with it the possibility of increasing the specificity of mutation by opera- ting via the controlling elements rather than the structural runrevlive.com by: Induced mutations in vegetatively propagated plants II: proceedings of the final research co-ordination Meeting on the Improvement of Vegetatively Propagated Crops and Tree Crops Through Induced Mutations International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna Australian/Harvard Citation.

Jul 22,  · The Symposium comprised an open session, two plenary sessions and ten concurrent sessions, covering topics from induced mutations in food and agriculture, plant mutagenesis, genetic diversity, biofortification, abiotic stress tolerance and adaptation to climate changes, crop quality and nutrition, seed and vegetatively propagated plants, gene discovery and functional genomics.

Summary of the FAO/IAEA International Symposium on Induced Mutations in Plants by T. Ishige Closing Statement by A. Cetto A Summary of the International Symposium on Induced Mutations in Plants OPENING SESSION 1. Phillips, et al., Expanding the Boundaries of Gene Variation for Crop Improvement 2.

Book review Full text access Induced mutations in vegetatively propagated plants II: Proceedings of the Final Research Coordination Meeting on the Improvement of Vegetatively Propagated Crops and Tree Crops through Induced Mutations.

Nov 05,  · The use of induced mutations for gene function analysis and crop improvement has been widely employed in angiosperms. Reverse genetic studies of seed-propagated plants have resulted in the production of large data sets on the effects of chemical mutagens on plant genomes.

Chapter 28 (Page no: ) Applications of in vitro techniques in mutation breeding of vegetatively propagated crops. This chapter focuses on the use of in vitro techniques, i.e. protoplast- cell- tissue- and organ culture, in various steps and for different purposes in mutation breeding of vegetatively propagated crops.

The principles and key steps of in vitro mutagenesis and in vitro. Methods such as TILLING (Targeting Induced Local Lesions in Genomes), Zinc finger nuclease mediated mutagenesis, and the use of meganucleases, has allowed us to produce targeted mutations in crop plants to delineate gene function as well as improve cultivars.

Application of Mutation Breeding Methods in the Improvement of Vegetatively Propagated Crops: An Interpretive Literature Review summarizes advances in the use of artificially induced mutations to improve cultivated plants, particularly those that are vegetatively runrevlive.com by: Feb 08,  · Induced mutations have also become recently important in developing parents useful in hybridization programmes.

Forty-five rice cultivars have been developed by the yeareither by direct radiation or by crossing with induced mutants. Handout 4 14 runrevlive.com plants are propagated vegetatively even though they can bear seed. Mutagenesis therefore can be used for functional genomic studies and also for plant breeding.

The most commonly used chemical mutagen in plants is ethyl methanesulfonate (EMS). EMS has been shown to induce primarily single base point mutations. Hundreds to thousands of heritable mutations can be induced in a single plant runrevlive.com by: 5.

This chapter discusses the general principles, commonly used techniques and protocols for the genetic improvement of vegetatively propagated crops using mutation techniques.

Examples of crops (Japanese pear [Pyrus pyrifolia], apple, chrysanthemum and rose) .McKey D, Elias M, Pujol B and Duputié A () The evolutionary ecology of clonally propagated domesticated plants. New Phytologist [ Links ] Nybom N () The use of induced mutations for the improvement of vegetatively propagated plants.

In Symposium in mutation and plant breeding. National Academy of Science – National.This is the second edition of Application of mutation breeding methods in the improvement of vegetatively propagated crops (Amsterdam, Netherlands; Elsevier ()), updated to take account of a considerable increase in the mutation breeding literature since the first edition was published.

The first 5 chapters cover mutagenic treatments, other sources of genetic variation, the organization and Cited by: