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Inducing Artificial Tetraploids from Diploid Meadow Fescue (Festuca Pratensis Huds.) Varieties and the Investigation of Some Meiotic Characteristics of Them

  • Bilal Deniz
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 186)

Abstract

Culture varieties of diploid meadow fescue are extensively used as forage plant in Europe and North America (Caputa, 1967). After the discovery of colchicine as a polyploidy effect producer, researches on polyploidy in many plant species were started. Many studies on meadow fescue by using colchicine have also been carried out (Simonsen, 1975; Easton, 1977; Sugiyama et al., 1979). Tetraploid plant rate, obtained by colchicine treatment, showed differences according to plant species and varieties. Ahloowalia (1967) and Sağsöz (1982) applied colchicine treatment of 0.2% to different varieties of perennial ryegrass at different tempreratures and obtained different results according to different treatments and varieties.

Keywords

Perennial Ryegrass Colchicine Treatment Tetraploid Plant Meadow Fescue Quadrivalent Pairing 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • Bilal Deniz
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  1. 1.Div. Cytogenetics and Plant BreedingAgricultural FacultyErzurumTurkey

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