2014
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-90162014000200005
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Agronomic potential of genebank landrace elite accessions for common bean genetic breeding

Abstract: Plant breeding effi ciency relies mainly on genetic diversity and selection to release new cultivars. This study aimed to identify landraces with favorable characteristics that can be used as parents of segregating populations in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) breeding programs. Firstly, ten bean genotypes were selected because they showed promising agronomic performance, and the following seven adaptive traits of four commercial bean cultivars were evaluated: i) plant height; ii) diameter of the stem; ii… Show more

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“…Landraces play a significant role in agricultural production ensuring quality and wellmanaged crops [26]. They are varieties that have genotypes with wide specific traits [27]. These traits are adaptive to a specific environment and produces well-improved genotype, reduces the vulnerability, resistance to pests and diseases [27].…”
Section: Landraces and Their Usesmentioning
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“…Landraces play a significant role in agricultural production ensuring quality and wellmanaged crops [26]. They are varieties that have genotypes with wide specific traits [27]. These traits are adaptive to a specific environment and produces well-improved genotype, reduces the vulnerability, resistance to pests and diseases [27].…”
Section: Landraces and Their Usesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…They are varieties that have genotypes with wide specific traits [27]. These traits are adaptive to a specific environment and produces well-improved genotype, reduces the vulnerability, resistance to pests and diseases [27]. Landraces serve as a source of genetic diversity, and plant breeders often use specific traits to create new variation and maximize genetic diversity [12].…”
Section: Landraces and Their Usesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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