1. bookVolume 67 (2018): Issue 1 (December 2018)
Journal Details
License
Format
Journal
First Published
22 Feb 2016
Publication timeframe
1 time per year
Languages
English
access type Open Access

Aspen hybridization: Parents’ compatibility and seedlings’ growth

Published Online: 15 Mar 2018
Page range: 12 - 19
Journal Details
License
Format
Journal
First Published
22 Feb 2016
Publication timeframe
1 time per year
Languages
English

First results of new trembling aspen (Populus tremula L.) special factorial crosses are presented. At first, productive parent trees were selected: five maternal and five paternal trees without symptoms of heart rot and one tree with fruiting bodies of this fungal attack. The results of phenotypic and genotypic analyses of parent trees, their compatibility, and growth performance are presented. The analysis of the hybrid seedlings’ survival and their growth performance on open ground are shown. Estimates of general and specific combining abilities of the parent trees were carried out and potentially best hybrid families and seedlings were selected.

Keywords

Albensky AV (1959) Selection of tree species and seed production. Moscow-Leningrad: Goslesbumizdat, 306p. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Bogdanov PL (1965) Poplars and their culture. Moscow: Lesnaja promyshlen­nost, 104 p. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Bruegmann T, Fladung M (2013) Potentials and limitations of the cross-species transfer of nuclear microsatellite marker in six species belonging to three sections of the genus Populus L. Tree Genetics & Genomes 9: 1413-1421. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11295-013-0647-3 10.1007/s11295-013-0647-3Open DOISearch in Google Scholar

Dayanandan S, Rajora O, Bawa K (1998) Isolation and characterization of micro­satellites in trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides). Theor. Appl. Genet. 96:950-956. https://doi.org/10.1007/s001220050825 10.1007/s001220050825Open DOISearch in Google Scholar

Degen B (2008) Computer Program GDA_NT - Genetic data analysis & numerical tests. Version 2 May 2008. Search in Google Scholar

Dumolin S, Demesure B, Petit RJ (1995) Inheritance of chloroplast and mito­chondrial genomes in pedunculate oak investigated with an efficient PCR method. Theor. Appl. Genet. 91:1253-1256. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf00220937 10.1007/bf00220937Open DOISearch in Google Scholar

Falconer DS (1989) Quantitative genetics. Third edition. London: Longman Sci­entific & Technical, Copublished in the US. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 438 p, ISBN: 9780582243026 Search in Google Scholar

Gregorius HR (1974) Genetischer Abstand zwischen Populationen. I. Zur Konzeption der genetischen Abstandsmessung. Silvae Genetica 23:22-27. Search in Google Scholar

Hammer Ø, Harper DAT, Ryan PD (2001) PAST: Paleontological statistics software package for education and data analysis. Palaeontologia Electronica 4(1): 9pp. http://palaeo-electronica.org/2001_1/past/issue1_01.htm. Search in Google Scholar

Hoffmann M. Pappeln als nachwachsender Rohstoff auf Ackerstandorten - Kulturverfahren, Ökologie und Wachstum unter dem Aspekt der Sortenwahl. Hann. Münden: Schriften des Forschungsinstitutes für schnellwachsende Baumarten. Band 8. 2005.- 145 S. ISBN 3-927194-05-0. Search in Google Scholar

Ivannikov SP (1959) Selection of aspen in the forest on the rapidity of growth, resistance to rot and wood quality. In: The experience and achievements in forest species. Moscow: VNIILM Works, Vol. 38: 63-124. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Johnsson H (1976) Das Potential der Hybrid Aspen Produktion (Populus tremula × tremuloides) in Südschweden. Die Holzzucht30: 19-22. Search in Google Scholar

Konovalov NA (1963) Breeding of fast-growing tree species in the Middle Urals. Forestry 7: 55-58. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Melchior G, Seitz H (1966) Einige Ergebnisse bei Testanbauten mit Aspen- hy­briden. Silvae Genetica 15:127-133. Search in Google Scholar

Mohrdiek O (1977) Hybridaspen für forstliche Grenzertragsböden. Forstarchiv48: 158-163. Search in Google Scholar

Petrukhnov VP (1988) Hybridization of aspen in Central Chernozem Region. In: Hybridization of Forest Trees. Voronezh: Edition of Central Research Insti­tute of Forest Genetics and Breeding, pp 101-106. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Rahman MH, Dayanandan S, Rajora OP (2000) Microsatellite DNA markers in Populus tremuloides. Genome 43:293-297. https://doi.org/10.1139/gen-43-2-293 10.1139/gen-43-2-293Open DOISearch in Google Scholar

Raup DM, Crick RE (1979) Measurement of faunal similarity in paleontology. J. Paleontology 53: 1213-1227. Search in Google Scholar

Schröder H, Fladung M (2010) SSR and SNP markers for the identification of clones, hybrids and species within the genus Populus. Silvae Genetica 59: 257-262. https://doi.org/10.1515/sg-2010-0036 10.1515/sg-2010-0036Open DOISearch in Google Scholar

Smilga YY (1986) Aspen. Riga: Zinatne, 239 p. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Smulders MJM, Van Der Schoot J, Arens P, Vosman B (2001) Trinucleotide repeat microsatellite markers for black poplar (Populus nigra L.). Mol. Ecol. Notes. 1:188-190. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1471-8278.2001.00071.x 10.1046/j.1471-8278.2001.00071.xOpen DOISearch in Google Scholar

Tsarev AP (1976) Hybridization of poplars in Central Forest steppe. In: Actual problems of genetics and breeding. Voronezh: Publishing House of Vorone­zh State University, pp 95-96. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Tsarev AP (2013a) Growth and breeding of aspen in Russia. Silvae Genetica 62: 153-160. https://doi.org/10.1515/sg-2013-0020 10.1515/sg-2013-0020Open DOISearch in Google Scholar

Tsarev AP (2013b) Programme of Forest Tree Breeding (in Russia and abroad): monograph. Moscow: Moscow State Forest University Edition, 164 p, ISBN 978-5-8135-0592-8 (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Tsarev AP, Pogiba SP, Laur NV (2014) Breeding of Forest Tree and Ornamental Plants. Moscow: Moscow State Forest University Edition, 553p. (In Russian). ISBN: 978-5-8135-0605-05Search in Google Scholar

Tsarev AP (2016) Resource potential of Aspen in Russia. In: The Poplars and Oth­er Fast-Growing Trees - Renewable Resources for Future Green Economies. International poplar commission-25th Session.- Berlin, Germany, 13-16 September 2016. Abstracts of Submitted Papers and Posters. Electronic re­sources.- Forestry Policy and Resources Division Forestry Department. Working Paper IPC/14. FAO, Rome, pp 174. Search in Google Scholar

Tsareva RP (1996) Compatibility of parental pairs by poplar crossings. In: Prob­lems of plants reproductive biology. Abstracts of the Symposium (Perm, 4-6 June 1996). Perm: Perm State University, pp 211-213. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Tsareva RP (1997) Hybridization of poplars in Central Chernozem region and the results of the initial progenies testing. In: Genetics and breeding in forest service. International scientific-practical conference (June 28-29, 1996, Vo­ronezh). Voronezh: Research Institute of Forest Genetics and Breeding, pp 223-228. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Tsareva RP, Tsarev AP, Tsarev VA, Komarova OV(2016) Analysis of Survival and Growth of Aspen Hybrid Families in the Central Chernozem Area of Russia. In: The Poplars and Other Fast-Growing Trees - Renewable Resources for Future Green Economies. International poplar commission-25th Session.- Berlin, Germany, 13-16 September 2016. Abstracts of Submitted Papers and Posters. Electronic resources.-Forestry Policy and Resources Division Forest­ry Department. Working Paper IPC/14. FAO, Rome, pp 67. Search in Google Scholar

Tuskan GA, Gunter LE, Yang ZK, Yin TM, Sewell MM, Difazio SP (2004) Characteri­zation of microsatellites revealed by genomic sequencing of Populus trichocarpa. Can. J. For. Res. 34:85-93. https://doi.org/10.1139/x03-283 10.1139/x03-283Open DOISearch in Google Scholar

Van Der Schoot J, Pospiskova M, Vosman B, Smulders MJM (2000) Development and characterization of microsatellite markers in black poplar (Populus nig­ra L.). Theor. Appl. Genet. 101:317-322. https://doi.org/10.1007/s001220051485 10.1007/s001220051485Open DOISearch in Google Scholar

Veresin MM (1974) New hybrid poplars for forest plantations and landscape gar­dening. Forestry Information, 6:14-15. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Wühlisсh G von (2006) Ergebnisse der Züchtung von Pappeln und Aspen in Großhansdorf. Perspektiven für die Energie - und Rohstofferzeugung: Vortr. Pflanzenzüchtung70: 157-172. (In German). Search in Google Scholar

Wuehlish G von (2010) Growth Performance of F1-Hybrids, Backcrossed Hybrids and F2-Hybrids of Populus tremula and Populus tremuloides. Fifth Intern. Poplar Symp. Poplars and willows: from research models to multipurpose trees for a bio-based society. Orvieto, Italy. Sept. 20-25 2010. Book of Ab­stracts. pp 37. Search in Google Scholar

Wuehlish G von (2012) Status of Short Rotation Coppices (SRC) with Poplar and Willow in Germany. XIV Session of International Poplar Commission. Dehra­dun, 2014. pp 33. Search in Google Scholar

Yablokov AS (1956) Pyramidal poplars. Moscow-Leningrad: Goslesbumizdat, 58 p. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Yablokov AS (1963) Raising and breeding of healthy aspen. Moscow: Goslesbu­mizdat, 433 p. (In Russian). Search in Google Scholar

Zobel B and J Talbert (1984) Applied Forest Tree Improvement. John Wiley & Sons, New York. 505 p.Search in Google Scholar

Recommended articles from Trend MD

Plan your remote conference with Sciendo