Utilization of genebank accessions to improve northern adaptation of perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.)

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  • O. A. Rognli, Universitetet for miljo- og biovitenskap
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  • R. Aavola, Estonian Crop Research Institute
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  • A. Aleliunas, Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry
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  • T. Asp
  • G. Brazauskas, Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry
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  • K. H. Gylstrøm, Graminor AS
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  • A. Helgadottir, Agricultural University of Iceland
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  • M. Isolahti, Boreal Plant Breeding Ltd.
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  • M. R. Kovi, Universitetet for miljo- og biovitenskap
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  • T. A. Kristjánsdóttir, Agricultural University of Iceland
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  • A. S. Larsen, DLF-Trifolium
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  • P. Marum, Graminor AS
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  • C. Paina
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  • C. Persson, Lantmännen ek. för.
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  • S. Rancane, Latvia University of agriculture

Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) is increasingly important as a forage grass in the Nordic and Baltic region, especially in the light of climate change. However, winter hardiness and persistence need to be improved. This article describes the long-term Nordic/Baltic public-private partnership for pre-breeding in perennial ryegrass, started in 2012. The basis for the project is detailed genotyping and phenotyping of nearly 400 genebank accessions, followed by generation of new broad-based diploid and tetraploid breeding populations, locally adapted and trait-based populations. Preliminary results confirm the need for more robust and stable cultivars with wider adaptations, and genebank accessions need to be introgressed and recombined with adapted materials followed by natural/artificial selection in order to create novel germplasm for these regions.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelBreeding Grasses and Protein Crops in the Era of Genomics
Antal sider6
ForlagSpringer
Udgivelsesår25 apr. 2018
Sider3-8
ISBN (trykt)9783319895772
ISBN (Elektronisk)9783319895789
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StatusUdgivet - 25 apr. 2018

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