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Biomass yield in a genetically diverse Miscanthus sinensis germplasm panel evaluated at five locations revealed individuals with exceptional potential

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Biomass yield in a genetically diverse Miscanthus sinensis germplasm panel evaluated at five locations revealed individuals with exceptional potential. / Clark, L.V.; Dwiyanti, M.S.; Anzoua, K.G.; Brummer, J.E.; Ghimire, B.K.; Głowacka, K.; Hall, M.; Heo, K.; Jin, X.; Lipka, A.E.; Peng, J.; Yamada, T.; Yoo, J.H.; Yu, C.Y.; Zhao, H.; Long, S.P.; Sacks, E.J.

In: GCB Bioenergy, Vol. 11, No. 10, 01.10.2019, p. 1125-1145.

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Clark, LV, Dwiyanti, MS, Anzoua, KG, Brummer, JE, Ghimire, BK, Głowacka, K, Hall, M, Heo, K, Jin, X, Lipka, AE, Peng, J, Yamada, T, Yoo, JH, Yu, CY, Zhao, H, Long, SP & Sacks, EJ 2019, 'Biomass yield in a genetically diverse Miscanthus sinensis germplasm panel evaluated at five locations revealed individuals with exceptional potential', GCB Bioenergy, vol. 11, no. 10, pp. 1125-1145. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcbb.12606

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Clark, L. V., Dwiyanti, M. S., Anzoua, K. G., Brummer, J. E., Ghimire, B. K., Głowacka, K., Hall, M., Heo, K., Jin, X., Lipka, A. E., Peng, J., Yamada, T., Yoo, J. H., Yu, C. Y., Zhao, H., Long, S. P., & Sacks, E. J. (2019). Biomass yield in a genetically diverse Miscanthus sinensis germplasm panel evaluated at five locations revealed individuals with exceptional potential. GCB Bioenergy, 11(10), 1125-1145. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcbb.12606

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Clark LV, Dwiyanti MS, Anzoua KG, Brummer JE, Ghimire BK, Głowacka K et al. Biomass yield in a genetically diverse Miscanthus sinensis germplasm panel evaluated at five locations revealed individuals with exceptional potential. GCB Bioenergy. 2019 Oct 1;11(10):1125-1145. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcbb.12606

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Clark, L.V. ; Dwiyanti, M.S. ; Anzoua, K.G. ; Brummer, J.E. ; Ghimire, B.K. ; Głowacka, K. ; Hall, M. ; Heo, K. ; Jin, X. ; Lipka, A.E. ; Peng, J. ; Yamada, T. ; Yoo, J.H. ; Yu, C.Y. ; Zhao, H. ; Long, S.P. ; Sacks, E.J. / Biomass yield in a genetically diverse Miscanthus sinensis germplasm panel evaluated at five locations revealed individuals with exceptional potential. In: GCB Bioenergy. 2019 ; Vol. 11, No. 10. pp. 1125-1145.

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title = "Biomass yield in a genetically diverse Miscanthus sinensis germplasm panel evaluated at five locations revealed individuals with exceptional potential",
abstract = "To breed improved biomass cultivars of Miscanthus ×giganteus, it will be necessary to select the highest-yielding and best-adapted genotypes of its parental species, Miscanthus sinensis and Miscanthus sacchariflorus. We phenotyped a diverse clonally propagated panel of 569 M. sinensis and nine natural diploid M. ×giganteus at one subtropical (Zhuji, China) and five temperate locations (Sapporo, Japan; Leamington, Ontario, Canada; Fort Collins, CO; Urbana, IL; and Chuncheon, Korea) for dry biomass yield and 14 yield-component traits, in trials grown for 3 years. Notably, dry biomass yield of four Miscanthus accessions exceeded 80 Mg/ha in Zhuji, China, approaching the highest observed for any land plant. Additionally, six M. sinensis in Sapporo, Japan and one in Leamington, Canada also yielded more than the triploid M. ×giganteus {\textquoteleft}1993-1780{\textquoteright} control, with values exceeding 20 Mg/ha. Diploid M. ×giganteus was the best-yielding group at the northern sites. Genotype-by-environment interactions were modest among the five northern trial sites but large between Zhuji, and the northern sites. M. sinensis accessions typically yielded best at trial sites with latitudes similar to collection sites, although broad adaptation was observed for accessions from southern Japan. Genotypic heritabilities for third year yields ranged from 0.71 to 0.88 within locations. Compressed circumference was the best predictor of yield. These results establish a baseline of data for initiating selection to improve biomass yield of M. sinensis and M. ×giganteus in a diverse set of relevant geographies.",
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T1 - Biomass yield in a genetically diverse Miscanthus sinensis germplasm panel evaluated at five locations revealed individuals with exceptional potential

AU - Clark, L.V.

AU - Dwiyanti, M.S.

AU - Anzoua, K.G.

AU - Brummer, J.E.

AU - Ghimire, B.K.

AU - Głowacka, K.

AU - Hall, M.

AU - Heo, K.

AU - Jin, X.

AU - Lipka, A.E.

AU - Peng, J.

AU - Yamada, T.

AU - Yoo, J.H.

AU - Yu, C.Y.

AU - Zhao, H.

AU - Long, S.P.

AU - Sacks, E.J.

N1 - Cited By :1 Export Date: 22 July 2019 Correspondence Address: Sacks, E.J.; Department of Crop Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignUnited States; email: esacks@illinois.edu

PY - 2019/10/1

Y1 - 2019/10/1

N2 - To breed improved biomass cultivars of Miscanthus ×giganteus, it will be necessary to select the highest-yielding and best-adapted genotypes of its parental species, Miscanthus sinensis and Miscanthus sacchariflorus. We phenotyped a diverse clonally propagated panel of 569 M. sinensis and nine natural diploid M. ×giganteus at one subtropical (Zhuji, China) and five temperate locations (Sapporo, Japan; Leamington, Ontario, Canada; Fort Collins, CO; Urbana, IL; and Chuncheon, Korea) for dry biomass yield and 14 yield-component traits, in trials grown for 3 years. Notably, dry biomass yield of four Miscanthus accessions exceeded 80 Mg/ha in Zhuji, China, approaching the highest observed for any land plant. Additionally, six M. sinensis in Sapporo, Japan and one in Leamington, Canada also yielded more than the triploid M. ×giganteus ‘1993-1780’ control, with values exceeding 20 Mg/ha. Diploid M. ×giganteus was the best-yielding group at the northern sites. Genotype-by-environment interactions were modest among the five northern trial sites but large between Zhuji, and the northern sites. M. sinensis accessions typically yielded best at trial sites with latitudes similar to collection sites, although broad adaptation was observed for accessions from southern Japan. Genotypic heritabilities for third year yields ranged from 0.71 to 0.88 within locations. Compressed circumference was the best predictor of yield. These results establish a baseline of data for initiating selection to improve biomass yield of M. sinensis and M. ×giganteus in a diverse set of relevant geographies.

AB - To breed improved biomass cultivars of Miscanthus ×giganteus, it will be necessary to select the highest-yielding and best-adapted genotypes of its parental species, Miscanthus sinensis and Miscanthus sacchariflorus. We phenotyped a diverse clonally propagated panel of 569 M. sinensis and nine natural diploid M. ×giganteus at one subtropical (Zhuji, China) and five temperate locations (Sapporo, Japan; Leamington, Ontario, Canada; Fort Collins, CO; Urbana, IL; and Chuncheon, Korea) for dry biomass yield and 14 yield-component traits, in trials grown for 3 years. Notably, dry biomass yield of four Miscanthus accessions exceeded 80 Mg/ha in Zhuji, China, approaching the highest observed for any land plant. Additionally, six M. sinensis in Sapporo, Japan and one in Leamington, Canada also yielded more than the triploid M. ×giganteus ‘1993-1780’ control, with values exceeding 20 Mg/ha. Diploid M. ×giganteus was the best-yielding group at the northern sites. Genotype-by-environment interactions were modest among the five northern trial sites but large between Zhuji, and the northern sites. M. sinensis accessions typically yielded best at trial sites with latitudes similar to collection sites, although broad adaptation was observed for accessions from southern Japan. Genotypic heritabilities for third year yields ranged from 0.71 to 0.88 within locations. Compressed circumference was the best predictor of yield. These results establish a baseline of data for initiating selection to improve biomass yield of M. sinensis and M. ×giganteus in a diverse set of relevant geographies.

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KW - genotype-by-environment effects

KW - germplasm

KW - Miscanthus sinensis

KW - Miscanthus ×giganteus

KW - multi-location field trials

KW - Location

KW - Biomass yield

KW - Field trial

KW - Genotype by environments

KW - Germplasms

KW - Miscanthus

KW - Biomass

U2 - 10.1111/gcbb.12606

DO - 10.1111/gcbb.12606

M3 - Journal article

VL - 11

SP - 1125

EP - 1145

JO - GCB Bioenergy

JF - GCB Bioenergy

SN - 1757-1693

IS - 10

ER -