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Evaluation of reproductive barriers contributes to the development of novel interspecific hybrids in the Kalanchoë genus

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Evaluation of reproductive barriers contributes to the development of novel interspecific hybrids in the Kalanchoë genus. / Kuligowska, Katarzyna; Lütken, Henrik Vlk; Christensen, Brian; Skovgaard, Ib; Linde, Marcus ; Winkelmann, Traud; Müller, Renate.

I: B M C Plant Biology, Bind 15, 15, 2015.

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Kuligowska, K, Lütken, HV, Christensen, B, Skovgaard, I, Linde, M, Winkelmann, T & Müller, R 2015, 'Evaluation of reproductive barriers contributes to the development of novel interspecific hybrids in the Kalanchoë genus', B M C Plant Biology, bind 15, 15. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12870-014-0394-0

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Kuligowska, K., Lütken, H. V., Christensen, B., Skovgaard, I., Linde, M., Winkelmann, T., & Müller, R. (2015). Evaluation of reproductive barriers contributes to the development of novel interspecific hybrids in the Kalanchoë genus. B M C Plant Biology, 15, [15]. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12870-014-0394-0

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Kuligowska K, Lütken HV, Christensen B, Skovgaard I, Linde M, Winkelmann T o.a. Evaluation of reproductive barriers contributes to the development of novel interspecific hybrids in the Kalanchoë genus. B M C Plant Biology. 2015;15. 15. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12870-014-0394-0

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Kuligowska, Katarzyna ; Lütken, Henrik Vlk ; Christensen, Brian ; Skovgaard, Ib ; Linde, Marcus ; Winkelmann, Traud ; Müller, Renate. / Evaluation of reproductive barriers contributes to the development of novel interspecific hybrids in the Kalanchoë genus. I: B M C Plant Biology. 2015 ; Bind 15.

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title = "Evaluation of reproductive barriers contributes to the development of novel interspecific hybrids in the Kalancho{\"e} genus",
abstract = "BackgroundInterspecific hybridization is a useful tool in ornamental breeding to increase genetic variability and introduce new valuable traits into existing cultivars. The successful formation of interspecific hybrids is frequently limited by the presence of pre- and post-fertilization barriers. In the present study, we investigated the nature of hybridization barriers occurring in crosses between Kalancho? species and evaluated possibilities of obtaining interspecific hybrids.ResultsThe qualitative and quantitative analyses of pollen tube growth in situ were performed following intra- and interspecific pollinations. They revealed occurrence of pre-fertilization barriers associated with inhibition of pollen germination on the stigma and abnormal growth of pollen tubes. Unilateral incongruity related to differences in pistil length was also observed. The pollen quality was identified as a strong factor influencing the number of pollen tubes germinating in the stigma. In relation to post-fertilization barriers, endosperm degeneration was a probable barrier hampering production of interspecific hybrids. Moreover, our results demonstrate the relation of genetic distance estimated by AFLP marker analysis of hybridization partners with cross-compatibility of Kalancho? species. At the same time, differences in ploidy did not influence the success of interspecific crosses.ConclusionsOur study presents the first comprehensive analysis of hybridization barriers occurring within Kalancho? genus. Reproductive barriers were detected on both, pre- and post-fertilization levels. This new knowledge will contribute to further understanding of reproductive isolation of Kalancho? species and facilitate breeding of new cultivars. For the first time, interspecific hybrids between K. nyikae as maternal plant and K. blossfeldiana as well as K. blossfeldiana and K. marnieriana were generated. ",
author = "Katarzyna Kuligowska and L{\"u}tken, {Henrik Vlk} and Brian Christensen and Ib Skovgaard and Marcus Linde and Traud Winkelmann and Renate M{\"u}ller",
year = "2015",
doi = "10.1186/s12870-014-0394-0",
language = "English",
volume = "15",
journal = "B M C Plant Biology",
issn = "1471-2229",
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TY - JOUR

T1 - Evaluation of reproductive barriers contributes to the development of novel interspecific hybrids in the Kalanchoë genus

AU - Kuligowska, Katarzyna

AU - Lütken, Henrik Vlk

AU - Christensen, Brian

AU - Skovgaard, Ib

AU - Linde, Marcus

AU - Winkelmann, Traud

AU - Müller, Renate

PY - 2015

Y1 - 2015

N2 - BackgroundInterspecific hybridization is a useful tool in ornamental breeding to increase genetic variability and introduce new valuable traits into existing cultivars. The successful formation of interspecific hybrids is frequently limited by the presence of pre- and post-fertilization barriers. In the present study, we investigated the nature of hybridization barriers occurring in crosses between Kalancho? species and evaluated possibilities of obtaining interspecific hybrids.ResultsThe qualitative and quantitative analyses of pollen tube growth in situ were performed following intra- and interspecific pollinations. They revealed occurrence of pre-fertilization barriers associated with inhibition of pollen germination on the stigma and abnormal growth of pollen tubes. Unilateral incongruity related to differences in pistil length was also observed. The pollen quality was identified as a strong factor influencing the number of pollen tubes germinating in the stigma. In relation to post-fertilization barriers, endosperm degeneration was a probable barrier hampering production of interspecific hybrids. Moreover, our results demonstrate the relation of genetic distance estimated by AFLP marker analysis of hybridization partners with cross-compatibility of Kalancho? species. At the same time, differences in ploidy did not influence the success of interspecific crosses.ConclusionsOur study presents the first comprehensive analysis of hybridization barriers occurring within Kalancho? genus. Reproductive barriers were detected on both, pre- and post-fertilization levels. This new knowledge will contribute to further understanding of reproductive isolation of Kalancho? species and facilitate breeding of new cultivars. For the first time, interspecific hybrids between K. nyikae as maternal plant and K. blossfeldiana as well as K. blossfeldiana and K. marnieriana were generated.

AB - BackgroundInterspecific hybridization is a useful tool in ornamental breeding to increase genetic variability and introduce new valuable traits into existing cultivars. The successful formation of interspecific hybrids is frequently limited by the presence of pre- and post-fertilization barriers. In the present study, we investigated the nature of hybridization barriers occurring in crosses between Kalancho? species and evaluated possibilities of obtaining interspecific hybrids.ResultsThe qualitative and quantitative analyses of pollen tube growth in situ were performed following intra- and interspecific pollinations. They revealed occurrence of pre-fertilization barriers associated with inhibition of pollen germination on the stigma and abnormal growth of pollen tubes. Unilateral incongruity related to differences in pistil length was also observed. The pollen quality was identified as a strong factor influencing the number of pollen tubes germinating in the stigma. In relation to post-fertilization barriers, endosperm degeneration was a probable barrier hampering production of interspecific hybrids. Moreover, our results demonstrate the relation of genetic distance estimated by AFLP marker analysis of hybridization partners with cross-compatibility of Kalancho? species. At the same time, differences in ploidy did not influence the success of interspecific crosses.ConclusionsOur study presents the first comprehensive analysis of hybridization barriers occurring within Kalancho? genus. Reproductive barriers were detected on both, pre- and post-fertilization levels. This new knowledge will contribute to further understanding of reproductive isolation of Kalancho? species and facilitate breeding of new cultivars. For the first time, interspecific hybrids between K. nyikae as maternal plant and K. blossfeldiana as well as K. blossfeldiana and K. marnieriana were generated.

U2 - 10.1186/s12870-014-0394-0

DO - 10.1186/s12870-014-0394-0

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 25603831

VL - 15

JO - B M C Plant Biology

JF - B M C Plant Biology

SN - 1471-2229

M1 - 15

ER -

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