|Title:||花藥培養於水稻育種之應用||Other Titles:||Application of Anther Culture to Rice Breeding||Authors:||黃真生
|Issue Date:||2-Dec-1985||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Journal Volume:||34||Journal Issue:||4||Start page/Pages:||391-401||Source:||中華農業研究||Abstract:||
Two groups of japonica rice strains were yield-trialed, i. e. those selected from the progenies of anther-cultured (AC) hybrids and those from the ordinary pedigree method but of different cross origin. The two groups showed a similar yield performance in the first rice crop but not in the second crop. The AC group tended to be low in the seedset percentage and panicle weight than the pedigree group in the second crop, hence it gave a significantly low number of high-yielding strains. The results of selection on the AC lines from the single cross, double cross and backcross hybrids indicated that the single cross hybrid seemed to be most suitable for the breeding using anther culture, since its genetic background was relatively simple and there was no difficulty in obtaining the segregate and recombinants of the desirable characters such as blast and brown planthopper resistances through this in-vitro procedure.
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