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Fruit Quality and the Use of Near-Isogenic Lines for Functional Characterization in Fragaria vesca

  • Maria Urrutia
  • Amparo Monfort
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Part of the Compendium of Plant Genomes book series (CPG)

Abstract

Strawberries (Fragaria genus) can be found in various versions of ploidy, with the most popular being the octoploid commercial varieties. Studies of the diploid strawberry are able to shed light into the genetic control of valuable traits in plants of all ploidy levels, and their simple genetics offer many advantages from a scientific perspective. Crossing populations have been a valuable tool for genetic studies of Fragaria vesca. A near-isogenic line (NIL) collection of diploid strawberries has been developed between F. vesca Reine de Valles (RV) as the recurrent parent and Fragaria bucharica (FB) as the donor parent. Studying the varying phenotypic traits of the NIL collection can reveal information about the effects of the introgressions. The phenotyping of a whole mapping population allows identification of QTL and major genes for more than a hundred traits and metabolic compounds. Description of functional compounds of ripe berries provides an interesting global insight in strawberry fruit nutritional composition.

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  1. 1.IRTA Center for Research in Agrigenomics CSIC-IRTA-UAB-UBBarcelonaSpain

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