Cell Plant Breeding

Cell Plant Breeding

Cell Engineering - Presentation 5392-19

As a result of the work of the first stage of work from August 22 to December 31, 2014 under the Agreement on the provision of subsidies dated August 22, 2014 No. 14.6, the following main results were obtained: A collection of valuable candidate genotypes of fast-growing hardwoods (aspen, willow and birch) was created for for conducting cell selection — Cell selection methods have been developed for valuable candidate genotypes of fast-growing hardwoods: for selection of birch clones to increase the growth rate based on the analysis of biometric indicators — for selection triploid clones of aspen, which are resistant to wood-destroying fungi (core rot), based on the analysis of ploidy status, for the selection of willow clones with high salicin content. Scientific approaches have been developed to create test systems for molecular labeling of fast-growing hardwoods (aspen, birch and willow) on based on DNA analysis, providing identification of data of elite genotypes. Scientific approaches have been developed to optimize the main stages of clonal micropropagation of selected species of woody plants The experimental determination of the optimal values ​​of key cultural parameters at the stages of obtaining aseptic cultures in vitro, multiplication, rooting and adaptation of microplants of selected species was carried out. Plots of forest land suitable for creating deciduous forest crops (aspen, willow, birch) were selected and prepared. A project for the creation of deciduous forest plantations (aspen, willow, birch) was developed and approved. A project for the experimental demonstration facility “Forest plantation of cloned trees” was developed and approved. yev. “

All the tasks of the first stage of work were completed on time in accordance with the schedule of fulfillment of obligations and the terms of the technical assignment of the Agreement on the provision of subsidies No. 14.6 dated August 22, 2014.

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