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Reproductive duration and date of maturity in populations of 3 wide soybean glycine max crosses






Crop Science 25(1): 171-176

Reproductive duration and date of maturity in populations of 3 wide soybean glycine max crosses

Greater seed yield may be related to a longer reproduction period (RP) in soybean. Unique combinations of genes controlling photoperiod sensitivity may allow selection for longer RP without delaying date of physiological maturity (R7). Three single-cross populations of F2-derived soybean lines were made from a diallel crossing of 2 photoperiod-insensitive determinate plant introductions, PI317.334B and PI317.336 and an indeterminate cv. Harosoy 63 in an attempt to develop populations in which the correlations of date of R7 with length of the seed-filling period (SFP) and RP are small. Genetic variability and response to selection of these traits were also studied. Time from begining of flowering (R1) to beginning of rapid seed filling (R5) of determinate lines averaged 12.6 days and 7.3 days shorter than those of indeterminate lines in 2 crosses, while SFP, days from R5 to R7, averaged 11.2 and 6.7 days longer for determinate lines than for indeterminate lines. These results are likely due to the difference in estimating stage R5 (seeds 3 mm long in one of the top 4 plant nodes) between determinate and indeterminate lines rather than biological differences in SFP between determinate and indeterminates. Associations of SFP and RP with R7 in crosses of Harosoy 63 with either plant introduction were weaker than those previously reported for US-adapted germplasm. Estimates of realized heritabilities of RP ranged from 0.63-1.17, even when RP was adjusted for differences in R7. Realized heritability estimates of SFP ranged from 0.40-1.02, except for indeterminates where considerably less genetic variance was observed. Reproduction period and SFP of selected F4 populations were lengthened by F3 selection up to 6.4 and 6.1 days, respectively, relative to population means, without significantly changing R7. These results suggest that selections from 2 of the 3 crosses should be useful for incorporation of longer SFP and RP into adopted germplasm to enhance yield potential without delaying date of R7.

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