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NOTES: This salad is especially attractive with whole lettuce leaves of contrasting colors and shapes, such as tender Brunia (or another red oak-leaf variety), the bright green Black-seeded Simpson, and frilly, scarlet-fringed Lollo Rosso.
Registration of indeterminate tall upright small black-seeded common bean germplasm A 55.
Negro San Luis is a late-season shiny black-seeded cultivar of indeterminate growth habit (Type III) adapted to the semiarid highlands of Mexico.
The cross was designed to develop disease resistant black-seeded germplasm for irrigated and rainfed conditions in the highlands of Mexico.
Negro Sahuatoba, along with Negro Altiplano (Acosta-Gallegos et al., 2001), are the first opaque black-seeded cultivars developed for the Mexican highlands where all landraces are shiny-seeded.
GMR 1 was developed from a multiple-parent interracial population GV 10627 = `Turbo III'/3/XAN 132/`Garrapato'// DOR 303/RXAH 18274C Turbo III is a small ([is less than] 25 g/100 seed), black-seeded cultivar with indeterminate upright Type II growth habit.
Since the diploid parents were not black-seeded, the trait arose by segregation of interacting loci in the hybrid population.
The strategy would be to use black-seeded genotypes as pollen parents and a color detection apparatus could sort black seeds from normal yellow hybrid seeds (Hunt et al.
The genotype of a black-seeded plant was given as aaaa bbbb C D with the dominant allele at the A locus having an overriding effect over all other loci giving the basic yellow color (Sockness and Barnes, 1987).
We are using black-seeded alfalfa on our project to study anthocyanin production.
The plants were intercrossed, and true-breeding black-seeded plants were isolated in large diploid populations.
These five diploid black-seeded plants were crossed as female parents using random pollen from a group of adapted tetraploid cultivars.
The confirmed tetraploid hybrids were backcrossed (BC1) as male parents to unrelated diploid black-seeded parents (to minimize inbreeding depression) in August of 1994 in a pollination cage.
Tetraploid hybrids were recovered from all crosses except for BS-2 (Table 1), indicating that 2n eggs were produced by most of the black-seeded plants.
Black-seeded diploid plants, BS-1 and BS-5, were chosen as recurrent parents for the BC1 because of good seed set of BS-1 and high percentage 4x progeny recovered from both plants after the first 2x-4x cross (Table 1).