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Heat resistance of the gametophyte and sporophyte in Lycopersicon Tourn



Heat resistance of the gametophyte and sporophyte in Lycopersicon Tourn



Gametnaya i zigotnaya selektsiya rastenii Res ikanskaya konferentsiya, 23 iyunya 1986: 93-96



In wild species, semicultivated botanical varieties, cultivars and F1 interspecific hybrids, heat resistance of the sporophyte was determined by seedling growth at high temperature and in the male gametophyte by in vitro pollen viability at high temperature. Temperatures used were 35 and 45 degrees C. The wild and semicultivated material was more resistant than the cultivated. Subgenus Eriopersicon (green-fruited types) was more resistant than Eulycopersicon (red-fruited).

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