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Morphological study and genetic stability of banana variant plants (Musa AAA cv. 'Gran Naine'). In vitro culture, hardening and field phases

Sandoval Jorge A., Pérez L., Côte François-Xavier. 1997. Morphological study and genetic stability of banana variant plants (Musa AAA cv. 'Gran Naine'). In vitro culture, hardening and field phases. Revista Corbana, 22 (48) : pp. 41-60.

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Titre espagnol : Estudio morfologico y de la estabilidad genetica de plantas variantes de banano (Musa AAA cv. 'Gran Enano'). Etapas de cultivo in vitro, acclimatacion y campo

Autre titre : Etude morphologique et stabilité génétique des plants de bananiers variants (Musa AAA cv. 'Grande Naine'). Culture in vitro, acclimation et transfert au champ

Abstract : In order to determine the genetic stability of soi-ne in vitro propagated variants, "Grand Naine" prototype variant plantas (dwarf, giant, "Mosaic-like" and "Grele") were selected in the field. These rnaterials were reintroduced, in vitro multiplied, greenhouse acclimatized, and then, taken back to the field.It was found that under in vitro conditions, it is possible to recognize only 19,20% of the dwarf variation. During the acclimatization stage, dwarf, giant and "Mosaic-like" differences were more evident. It was not possible to distinguish the "Grele" variation from normal plants due to morphological characteristics. Once in the field, dwarf, giant and "Mosaie- like" variations were completely different from normal plants.T0 conclude, dwarf, giant and "Mosaie-like" différences are transmissible after five cycles of in vitro multiplication or conventional propagation. As a consequence, they become an adequate material to study the origin and to search for early variation rnarkers. On the contrary, the "Grele variant" appears to bc a case of epigenetic variation. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés Agrovoc : Musa, Vitroplant, Culture in vitro, Anatomie végétale, Variation génétique, Variation somaclonale, Adaptation

Classification Agris : F02 - Plant propagation
F50 - Plant structure

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Sandoval Jorge A.
  • Pérez L.
  • Côte François-Xavier, CIRAD-FLHOR-BEP (CRI)

Autres liens de la publication

  • Document en bibliothèque
  • Localisation du document : CD_BR7347 [(Bibliothèque de Lavalette)] ; CD_PE530 [(Bibliothèque de Lavalette)]

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