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The use of microspore culture for developing erucic-acid containing, glucosinolate-free winter rapeseed material for the production of vegetable oils for industrial purposes






Schriftenreihe des Bundesministers fur Ernahrung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten Reihe A, Angewandte Wissenschaft (Sonderheft): 345-353

The use of microspore culture for developing erucic-acid containing, glucosinolate-free winter rapeseed material for the production of vegetable oils for industrial purposes

Doubled haploid breeding in rape was compared with traditional single-plant selection after rigorous selfing. If the donor plants for microspore culture were taken from the F1 and F2 generations, doubled haploid lines outperformed traditionally selected lines with regard to erucic acid yield. Donor plants from the F3 generation produced doubled haploids with markedly poorer erucic acid yields.


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