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Genetic analysis of physiological components of salt tolerance conferred by Solanum rootstocks: what is the rootstock doing for the scion?

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Genetic analysis of physiological components of salt tolerance conferred by Solanum rootstocks : what is the rootstock doing for the scion? / Asins, M. J.; Bolarin, M. C.; Perez-Alfocea, F. et al.

In: Theoretical and Applied Genetics, Vol. 121, No. 1, 06.2010, p. 105-115.

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Asins, MJ, Bolarin, MC, Perez-Alfocea, F, Estan, MT, Martinez-Andujar, C, Albacete, A, Villalta, I, Bernet, GP, Dodd, IC & Carbonell, EA 2010, 'Genetic analysis of physiological components of salt tolerance conferred by Solanum rootstocks: what is the rootstock doing for the scion?', Theoretical and Applied Genetics, vol. 121, no. 1, pp. 105-115. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00122-010-1294-9

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Asins, M. J., Bolarin, M. C., Perez-Alfocea, F., Estan, M. T., Martinez-Andujar, C., Albacete, A., Villalta, I., Bernet, G. P., Dodd, I. C., & Carbonell, E. A. (2010). Genetic analysis of physiological components of salt tolerance conferred by Solanum rootstocks: what is the rootstock doing for the scion? Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 121(1), 105-115. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00122-010-1294-9

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Asins MJ, Bolarin MC, Perez-Alfocea F, Estan MT, Martinez-Andujar C, Albacete A et al. Genetic analysis of physiological components of salt tolerance conferred by Solanum rootstocks: what is the rootstock doing for the scion? Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 2010 Jun;121(1):105-115. doi: 10.1007/s00122-010-1294-9

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Asins, M. J. ; Bolarin, M. C. ; Perez-Alfocea, F. et al. / Genetic analysis of physiological components of salt tolerance conferred by Solanum rootstocks : what is the rootstock doing for the scion?. In: Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 2010 ; Vol. 121, No. 1. pp. 105-115.

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title = "Genetic analysis of physiological components of salt tolerance conferred by Solanum rootstocks: what is the rootstock doing for the scion?",
abstract = "Grafting desirable crop varieties on stress-tolerant rootstocks provides an opportunity to increase crop salt tolerance. Here, a commercial hybrid tomato variety was grafted on two populations of recombinant inbred lines developed from a salt-sensitive genotype of Solanum lycopersicum var. cerasiforme, as female parent, and two salt-tolerant lines, as male parents, from S. pimpinellifolium, the P population, and S. cheesmaniae, the C population, to identify an easy screening method for identifying rootstocks conferring salt tolerance in terms of fruit yield. Potential physiological components of salt tolerance were assessed in the scion: leaf biomass, [Na+], nutrition, water relations and xylem ABA concentration. A significant correlation between scion fruit yield and scion leaf fresh weight, water potential or the ABA concentration was found in the C population under salinity, but the only detected QTL did not support this relationship. The rootstocks of the P population clearly affected seven traits related to the sodium, phosphorous and copper concentrations and water content of the scion leaf, showing heritability estimates around 0.4 or higher. According to heritability estimates in the P population, up to five QTLs were detected per trait. QTLs contributing over 15% to the total variance were found for P and Cu concentrations and water content of the scion leaf, and the proportion of fresh root weight. Correlation and QTL analysis suggests that rootstock-mediated improvement of fruit yield in the P population under salinity is mainly explained by the rootstock's ability to minimise perturbations in scion water status.",
keywords = "QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI, ABSCISIC-ACID, SALINITY TOLERANCE, TOMATO PLANTS, QTL ANALYSIS, LEAF, MAIZE, YIELD, GROWTH, LEAVES",
author = "Asins, {M. J.} and Bolarin, {M. C.} and F. Perez-Alfocea and Estan, {M. T.} and C. Martinez-Andujar and A. Albacete and I. Villalta and Bernet, {G. P.} and Dodd, {Ian C.} and Carbonell, {E. A.}",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Genetic analysis of physiological components of salt tolerance conferred by Solanum rootstocks

T2 - what is the rootstock doing for the scion?

AU - Asins, M. J.

AU - Bolarin, M. C.

AU - Perez-Alfocea, F.

AU - Estan, M. T.

AU - Martinez-Andujar, C.

AU - Albacete, A.

AU - Villalta, I.

AU - Bernet, G. P.

AU - Dodd, Ian C.

AU - Carbonell, E. A.

PY - 2010/6

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N2 - Grafting desirable crop varieties on stress-tolerant rootstocks provides an opportunity to increase crop salt tolerance. Here, a commercial hybrid tomato variety was grafted on two populations of recombinant inbred lines developed from a salt-sensitive genotype of Solanum lycopersicum var. cerasiforme, as female parent, and two salt-tolerant lines, as male parents, from S. pimpinellifolium, the P population, and S. cheesmaniae, the C population, to identify an easy screening method for identifying rootstocks conferring salt tolerance in terms of fruit yield. Potential physiological components of salt tolerance were assessed in the scion: leaf biomass, [Na+], nutrition, water relations and xylem ABA concentration. A significant correlation between scion fruit yield and scion leaf fresh weight, water potential or the ABA concentration was found in the C population under salinity, but the only detected QTL did not support this relationship. The rootstocks of the P population clearly affected seven traits related to the sodium, phosphorous and copper concentrations and water content of the scion leaf, showing heritability estimates around 0.4 or higher. According to heritability estimates in the P population, up to five QTLs were detected per trait. QTLs contributing over 15% to the total variance were found for P and Cu concentrations and water content of the scion leaf, and the proportion of fresh root weight. Correlation and QTL analysis suggests that rootstock-mediated improvement of fruit yield in the P population under salinity is mainly explained by the rootstock's ability to minimise perturbations in scion water status.

AB - Grafting desirable crop varieties on stress-tolerant rootstocks provides an opportunity to increase crop salt tolerance. Here, a commercial hybrid tomato variety was grafted on two populations of recombinant inbred lines developed from a salt-sensitive genotype of Solanum lycopersicum var. cerasiforme, as female parent, and two salt-tolerant lines, as male parents, from S. pimpinellifolium, the P population, and S. cheesmaniae, the C population, to identify an easy screening method for identifying rootstocks conferring salt tolerance in terms of fruit yield. Potential physiological components of salt tolerance were assessed in the scion: leaf biomass, [Na+], nutrition, water relations and xylem ABA concentration. A significant correlation between scion fruit yield and scion leaf fresh weight, water potential or the ABA concentration was found in the C population under salinity, but the only detected QTL did not support this relationship. The rootstocks of the P population clearly affected seven traits related to the sodium, phosphorous and copper concentrations and water content of the scion leaf, showing heritability estimates around 0.4 or higher. According to heritability estimates in the P population, up to five QTLs were detected per trait. QTLs contributing over 15% to the total variance were found for P and Cu concentrations and water content of the scion leaf, and the proportion of fresh root weight. Correlation and QTL analysis suggests that rootstock-mediated improvement of fruit yield in the P population under salinity is mainly explained by the rootstock's ability to minimise perturbations in scion water status.

KW - QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI

KW - ABSCISIC-ACID

KW - SALINITY TOLERANCE

KW - TOMATO PLANTS

KW - QTL ANALYSIS

KW - LEAF

KW - MAIZE

KW - YIELD

KW - GROWTH

KW - LEAVES

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DO - 10.1007/s00122-010-1294-9

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SP - 105

EP - 115

JO - Theoretical and Applied Genetics

JF - Theoretical and Applied Genetics

SN - 0040-5752

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