Hydroponic evaluation of growth and nutrient uptake in a Lolium/Festuca introgression series

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Hydroponic evaluation of growth and nutrient uptake in a Lolium/Festuca introgression series. / Harper, John; Thomas, Ann; Evans, Caron; Mathews, Rosalind; Allen, Debra; Humphreys, Michael; Armstead, Ian.

2017. 66 Abstract from Joint Meeting of EUCARPIA Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section and Protein Crops Working Group of Oil and Protein Crops Section, Vilinus, Lithuania.

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Harper, J, Thomas, A, Evans, C, Mathews, R, Allen, D, Humphreys, M & Armstead, I 2017, 'Hydroponic evaluation of growth and nutrient uptake in a Lolium/Festuca introgression series', Joint Meeting of EUCARPIA Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section and Protein Crops Working Group of Oil and Protein Crops Section, Vilinus, Lithuania, 11 Sep 2017 - 14 Sep 2017 pp. 66.

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Harper, J., Thomas, A., Evans, C., Mathews, R., Allen, D., Humphreys, M., & Armstead, I. (2017). Hydroponic evaluation of growth and nutrient uptake in a Lolium/Festuca introgression series. 66. Abstract from Joint Meeting of EUCARPIA Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section and Protein Crops Working Group of Oil and Protein Crops Section, Vilinus, Lithuania.

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Harper J, Thomas A, Evans C, Mathews R, Allen D, Humphreys M et al. Hydroponic evaluation of growth and nutrient uptake in a Lolium/Festuca introgression series. 2017. Abstract from Joint Meeting of EUCARPIA Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section and Protein Crops Working Group of Oil and Protein Crops Section, Vilinus, Lithuania.

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Harper, John ; Thomas, Ann ; Evans, Caron ; Mathews, Rosalind ; Allen, Debra ; Humphreys, Michael ; Armstead, Ian. / Hydroponic evaluation of growth and nutrient uptake in a Lolium/Festuca introgression series. Abstract from Joint Meeting of EUCARPIA Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section and Protein Crops Working Group of Oil and Protein Crops Section, Vilinus, Lithuania.1 p.

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title = "Hydroponic evaluation of growth and nutrient uptake in a Lolium/Festuca introgression series",
abstract = "Introgression breeding represents a useful method for generating new germplasm resources which combine positive attributes from different species. Within forage grasses, the interfertility of Lolium and Festuca spp. represents a viable route for achieving this end. In order to evaluate the architecture of trait inheritance within this introgression context, a complete chromosome introgression series of F. pratensis (Fp; meadow fescue) in the L. perenne (Lp; perennial ryegrass) back-ground, and derived progeny, were evaluated for shoot and root biomass and N and P uptake in a hydroponic experiment. The results indicated that the Fp parent and the monosomic introgressions relating to Fp chromosomes 3 and 4 showed enhanced shoot and root biomass. However, there was no clear relationship be-tween these phenotypes of the Fp chromosome 3 and 4 monosomic introgressions and that of their derived, respective, progenies. Thus, the interaction between the Lp and Fp genomes in determining phenotype is likely to be complex.",
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T1 - Hydroponic evaluation of growth and nutrient uptake in a Lolium/Festuca introgression series

AU - Harper, John

AU - Thomas, Ann

AU - Evans, Caron

AU - Mathews, Rosalind

AU - Allen, Debra

AU - Humphreys, Michael

AU - Armstead, Ian

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N2 - Introgression breeding represents a useful method for generating new germplasm resources which combine positive attributes from different species. Within forage grasses, the interfertility of Lolium and Festuca spp. represents a viable route for achieving this end. In order to evaluate the architecture of trait inheritance within this introgression context, a complete chromosome introgression series of F. pratensis (Fp; meadow fescue) in the L. perenne (Lp; perennial ryegrass) back-ground, and derived progeny, were evaluated for shoot and root biomass and N and P uptake in a hydroponic experiment. The results indicated that the Fp parent and the monosomic introgressions relating to Fp chromosomes 3 and 4 showed enhanced shoot and root biomass. However, there was no clear relationship be-tween these phenotypes of the Fp chromosome 3 and 4 monosomic introgressions and that of their derived, respective, progenies. Thus, the interaction between the Lp and Fp genomes in determining phenotype is likely to be complex.

AB - Introgression breeding represents a useful method for generating new germplasm resources which combine positive attributes from different species. Within forage grasses, the interfertility of Lolium and Festuca spp. represents a viable route for achieving this end. In order to evaluate the architecture of trait inheritance within this introgression context, a complete chromosome introgression series of F. pratensis (Fp; meadow fescue) in the L. perenne (Lp; perennial ryegrass) back-ground, and derived progeny, were evaluated for shoot and root biomass and N and P uptake in a hydroponic experiment. The results indicated that the Fp parent and the monosomic introgressions relating to Fp chromosomes 3 and 4 showed enhanced shoot and root biomass. However, there was no clear relationship be-tween these phenotypes of the Fp chromosome 3 and 4 monosomic introgressions and that of their derived, respective, progenies. Thus, the interaction between the Lp and Fp genomes in determining phenotype is likely to be complex.

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T2 - Joint Meeting of EUCARPIA Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section and Protein Crops Working Group of Oil and Protein Crops Section

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