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Temperature related instability of a naturally induced cytoplasmic male sterility in industrial chicory (Cichorium intybus L.). / Van der Veken, Jeroen; Vandermoere, Stany; Maudoux, Olivier; Notté, Christine; Eeckhaut, Tom; Baert, Joost; Werbrouck, Stefaan; Van Huylenbroeck, Johan.

In: Plant Breeding, Vol. 137, No. 3, 04.06.2018, p. 423-432.

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Van der Veken, Jeroen ; Vandermoere, Stany ; Maudoux, Olivier ; Notté, Christine ; Eeckhaut, Tom ; Baert, Joost ; Werbrouck, Stefaan ; Van Huylenbroeck, Johan. / Temperature related instability of a naturally induced cytoplasmic male sterility in industrial chicory (Cichorium intybus L.). In: Plant Breeding. 2018 ; Vol. 137, No. 3. pp. 423-432.

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title = "Temperature related instability of a naturally induced cytoplasmic male sterility in industrial chicory (Cichorium intybus L.)",
abstract = "Abstract Natural alloplasmic cytoplasmic male sterile (CMS) clones of industrial chicory were obtained after crossing wild chicory with selected breeding lines. We investigated the CMS stability of 10 clones in various environmental growing conditions. CMS was stable under cool growing conditions in most of them. Fertility restoration, based on pollen production scores, was observed in all clones after a period of hot temperatures. The early flower bud stage was sensitive, resulting in fertile flowers 12–17 days after exposure to high temperatures. Experiments under controlled growing conditions at 15°C demonstrated that a heat shock of 2 days at 25 or 30°C was sufficient to restore fertility. Sterile flowers were formed when plants were again grown at lower temperatures. Significant differences between individual clones were observed, indicating the potential of genetic selection to obtain stable CMS parent lines.",
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T1 - Temperature related instability of a naturally induced cytoplasmic male sterility in industrial chicory (Cichorium intybus L.)

AU - Van der Veken, Jeroen

AU - Vandermoere, Stany

AU - Maudoux, Olivier

AU - Notté, Christine

AU - Eeckhaut, Tom

AU - Baert, Joost

AU - Werbrouck, Stefaan

AU - Van Huylenbroeck, Johan

PY - 2018/6/4

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N2 - Abstract Natural alloplasmic cytoplasmic male sterile (CMS) clones of industrial chicory were obtained after crossing wild chicory with selected breeding lines. We investigated the CMS stability of 10 clones in various environmental growing conditions. CMS was stable under cool growing conditions in most of them. Fertility restoration, based on pollen production scores, was observed in all clones after a period of hot temperatures. The early flower bud stage was sensitive, resulting in fertile flowers 12–17 days after exposure to high temperatures. Experiments under controlled growing conditions at 15°C demonstrated that a heat shock of 2 days at 25 or 30°C was sufficient to restore fertility. Sterile flowers were formed when plants were again grown at lower temperatures. Significant differences between individual clones were observed, indicating the potential of genetic selection to obtain stable CMS parent lines.

AB - Abstract Natural alloplasmic cytoplasmic male sterile (CMS) clones of industrial chicory were obtained after crossing wild chicory with selected breeding lines. We investigated the CMS stability of 10 clones in various environmental growing conditions. CMS was stable under cool growing conditions in most of them. Fertility restoration, based on pollen production scores, was observed in all clones after a period of hot temperatures. The early flower bud stage was sensitive, resulting in fertile flowers 12–17 days after exposure to high temperatures. Experiments under controlled growing conditions at 15°C demonstrated that a heat shock of 2 days at 25 or 30°C was sufficient to restore fertility. Sterile flowers were formed when plants were again grown at lower temperatures. Significant differences between individual clones were observed, indicating the potential of genetic selection to obtain stable CMS parent lines.

KW - alloplasmic male sterility, cytoplasmic male sterility, fertility, heat shock, pollen production

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VL - 137

SP - 423

EP - 432

JO - Plant Breeding

JF - Plant Breeding

SN - 0179-9541

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