Using general and specific combining ability to further advance strawberry (Fragaria sp.)

M.M. Mathey, S. Mookerjee, L. Mahoney, C.E. Finn, J.F. Hancock, S. Serce, T. Davis, P. Stewart, V.M. Whitaker, A.R. Jamieson, N.V. Bassil, I. Amaya, B. Denoyes-Rothan, K.E. Hummer, D. Sargent, W.E. van de Weg, A.F. Iezzoni

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference paper

3 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

Strawberry is one of the five fruit crops included in the USDA-funded multi-institutional and trans-disciplinary project, “RosBREED: Enabling Marker-Assisted Breeding in Rosaceae”. A Crop Reference Set (CRS) was developed of 900 genotypes and seedlings from 40 crosses representing the breadth of relevant diversity and encompassing founders used in breeding the domesticated strawberry. Individual native species and cultivar genotypes were included along with 10 progeny from 36 of the crosses of genotypes representing eastern and western North American and European short day and remontant cultivars. This CRS has been phenotyped in five U.S. states. Over 14 fruit quality traits have been studied, as well as remontancy, truss size, peduncle length, crop estimate, plant architecture, and disease resistance. The phenotyping conducted in the first growing season showed considerable variability amongst the genotypes and the locations for all of the characteristics. General and specific combining ability variance components were determined from the populations in order to provide breeders with guidance on the most effective breeding strategies for incorporating the superior traits from this germplasm into their programs.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the VII International Strawberry Symposium
Editors Yuntao Zhang, J. Maas
PublisherISHS
Pages193-200
Volume1049
ISBN (Print)9789462610378
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventVII International Strawberry Symposium, Beijing, China -
Duration: 18 Feb 201222 Feb 2012

Conference

ConferenceVII International Strawberry Symposium, Beijing, China
Period18/02/1222/02/12

Fingerprint

Fragaria
specific combining ability
general combining ability
strawberries
genotype
breeding
crops
fruit crops
Rosaceae
cultivars
plant architecture
peduncle
plant diseases and disorders
USDA
disease resistance
fruit quality
germplasm
indigenous species
growing season
phenotype

Cite this

Mathey, M. M., Mookerjee, S., Mahoney, L., Finn, C. E., Hancock, J. F., Serce, S., ... Iezzoni, A. F. (2012). Using general and specific combining ability to further advance strawberry (Fragaria sp.). In Yuntao Zhang, & J. Maas (Eds.), Proceedings of the VII International Strawberry Symposium (Vol. 1049, pp. 193-200). [1049] ISHS. https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1049.19
Mathey, M.M. ; Mookerjee, S. ; Mahoney, L. ; Finn, C.E. ; Hancock, J.F. ; Serce, S. ; Davis, T. ; Stewart, P. ; Whitaker, V.M. ; Jamieson, A.R. ; Bassil, N.V. ; Amaya, I. ; Denoyes-Rothan, B. ; Hummer, K.E. ; Sargent, D. ; van de Weg, W.E. ; Iezzoni, A.F. / Using general and specific combining ability to further advance strawberry (Fragaria sp.). Proceedings of the VII International Strawberry Symposium. editor / Yuntao Zhang ; J. Maas. Vol. 1049 ISHS, 2012. pp. 193-200
@inproceedings{3c22cd4cf7624cb6ba900b83c082aad0,
title = "Using general and specific combining ability to further advance strawberry (Fragaria sp.)",
abstract = "Strawberry is one of the five fruit crops included in the USDA-funded multi-institutional and trans-disciplinary project, “RosBREED: Enabling Marker-Assisted Breeding in Rosaceae”. A Crop Reference Set (CRS) was developed of 900 genotypes and seedlings from 40 crosses representing the breadth of relevant diversity and encompassing founders used in breeding the domesticated strawberry. Individual native species and cultivar genotypes were included along with 10 progeny from 36 of the crosses of genotypes representing eastern and western North American and European short day and remontant cultivars. This CRS has been phenotyped in five U.S. states. Over 14 fruit quality traits have been studied, as well as remontancy, truss size, peduncle length, crop estimate, plant architecture, and disease resistance. The phenotyping conducted in the first growing season showed considerable variability amongst the genotypes and the locations for all of the characteristics. General and specific combining ability variance components were determined from the populations in order to provide breeders with guidance on the most effective breeding strategies for incorporating the superior traits from this germplasm into their programs.",
author = "M.M. Mathey and S. Mookerjee and L. Mahoney and C.E. Finn and J.F. Hancock and S. Serce and T. Davis and P. Stewart and V.M. Whitaker and A.R. Jamieson and N.V. Bassil and I. Amaya and B. Denoyes-Rothan and K.E. Hummer and D. Sargent and {van de Weg}, W.E. and A.F. Iezzoni",
year = "2012",
doi = "10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1049.19",
language = "English",
isbn = "9789462610378",
volume = "1049",
pages = "193--200",
editor = "{Yuntao Zhang} and J. Maas",
booktitle = "Proceedings of the VII International Strawberry Symposium",
publisher = "ISHS",

}

Mathey, MM, Mookerjee, S, Mahoney, L, Finn, CE, Hancock, JF, Serce, S, Davis, T, Stewart, P, Whitaker, VM, Jamieson, AR, Bassil, NV, Amaya, I, Denoyes-Rothan, B, Hummer, KE, Sargent, D, van de Weg, WE & Iezzoni, AF 2012, Using general and specific combining ability to further advance strawberry (Fragaria sp.). in Yuntao Zhang & J Maas (eds), Proceedings of the VII International Strawberry Symposium. vol. 1049, 1049, ISHS, pp. 193-200, VII International Strawberry Symposium, Beijing, China, 18/02/12. https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1049.19

Using general and specific combining ability to further advance strawberry (Fragaria sp.). / Mathey, M.M.; Mookerjee, S.; Mahoney, L.; Finn, C.E.; Hancock, J.F.; Serce, S.; Davis, T.; Stewart, P.; Whitaker, V.M.; Jamieson, A.R.; Bassil, N.V.; Amaya, I.; Denoyes-Rothan, B.; Hummer, K.E.; Sargent, D.; van de Weg, W.E.; Iezzoni, A.F.

Proceedings of the VII International Strawberry Symposium. ed. / Yuntao Zhang; J. Maas. Vol. 1049 ISHS, 2012. p. 193-200 1049.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference paper

TY - GEN

T1 - Using general and specific combining ability to further advance strawberry (Fragaria sp.)

AU - Mathey, M.M.

AU - Mookerjee, S.

AU - Mahoney, L.

AU - Finn, C.E.

AU - Hancock, J.F.

AU - Serce, S.

AU - Davis, T.

AU - Stewart, P.

AU - Whitaker, V.M.

AU - Jamieson, A.R.

AU - Bassil, N.V.

AU - Amaya, I.

AU - Denoyes-Rothan, B.

AU - Hummer, K.E.

AU - Sargent, D.

AU - van de Weg, W.E.

AU - Iezzoni, A.F.

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - Strawberry is one of the five fruit crops included in the USDA-funded multi-institutional and trans-disciplinary project, “RosBREED: Enabling Marker-Assisted Breeding in Rosaceae”. A Crop Reference Set (CRS) was developed of 900 genotypes and seedlings from 40 crosses representing the breadth of relevant diversity and encompassing founders used in breeding the domesticated strawberry. Individual native species and cultivar genotypes were included along with 10 progeny from 36 of the crosses of genotypes representing eastern and western North American and European short day and remontant cultivars. This CRS has been phenotyped in five U.S. states. Over 14 fruit quality traits have been studied, as well as remontancy, truss size, peduncle length, crop estimate, plant architecture, and disease resistance. The phenotyping conducted in the first growing season showed considerable variability amongst the genotypes and the locations for all of the characteristics. General and specific combining ability variance components were determined from the populations in order to provide breeders with guidance on the most effective breeding strategies for incorporating the superior traits from this germplasm into their programs.

AB - Strawberry is one of the five fruit crops included in the USDA-funded multi-institutional and trans-disciplinary project, “RosBREED: Enabling Marker-Assisted Breeding in Rosaceae”. A Crop Reference Set (CRS) was developed of 900 genotypes and seedlings from 40 crosses representing the breadth of relevant diversity and encompassing founders used in breeding the domesticated strawberry. Individual native species and cultivar genotypes were included along with 10 progeny from 36 of the crosses of genotypes representing eastern and western North American and European short day and remontant cultivars. This CRS has been phenotyped in five U.S. states. Over 14 fruit quality traits have been studied, as well as remontancy, truss size, peduncle length, crop estimate, plant architecture, and disease resistance. The phenotyping conducted in the first growing season showed considerable variability amongst the genotypes and the locations for all of the characteristics. General and specific combining ability variance components were determined from the populations in order to provide breeders with guidance on the most effective breeding strategies for incorporating the superior traits from this germplasm into their programs.

U2 - 10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1049.19

DO - 10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1049.19

M3 - Conference paper

SN - 9789462610378

VL - 1049

SP - 193

EP - 200

BT - Proceedings of the VII International Strawberry Symposium

A2 - Yuntao Zhang, null

A2 - Maas, J.

PB - ISHS

ER -

Mathey MM, Mookerjee S, Mahoney L, Finn CE, Hancock JF, Serce S et al. Using general and specific combining ability to further advance strawberry (Fragaria sp.). In Yuntao Zhang, Maas J, editors, Proceedings of the VII International Strawberry Symposium. Vol. 1049. ISHS. 2012. p. 193-200. 1049 https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2014.1049.19