2018
DOI: 10.1590/0001-3765201820170271
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Production and performance of sugarcane seeds (caryopses) from different hybridizations involving RB92579

Abstract: A major challenge in sugarcane breeding program is the obtaining of enough number of seeds (caryopses) for the development of new improved cultivars. Genotypes differ in their function as pollen recipient and pollen donor, which also affect the seed performance. Thus, the aim of this study was to verify the production and performance of sugarcane seeds from different hybridizations involving RB92579 as pollen recipient and pollen donor. Twelve bi-parental crossings were carried out involving RB92579 and other … Show more

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“…RB0442 was compared to the standard cv. RB92579, an important commercial cultivar for the sugarcane sector in Brazil as well as for sugarcane breeding (Diniz et al 2018).…”
Section: Pedigree and Breeding Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…RB0442 was compared to the standard cv. RB92579, an important commercial cultivar for the sugarcane sector in Brazil as well as for sugarcane breeding (Diniz et al 2018).…”
Section: Pedigree and Breeding Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In P18, S. officinarum as the pollen recipient, while at P14, S. officinarum as a pollen donor. [13] reported that the RB92579 variety as a pollen donor and recipient had an effect on the viability and vigor of the seeds produced. However, contrary to the results of this study, hybridized seedlings involving RB92579 as a pollen donor showed stronger root growth compared to those produced from RB92579 as a pollen recipient in the same crossing year.…”
Section: Viability and Vigor Of Sugarcane Seedsmentioning
confidence: 99%