European Breeding Plant College

Artificial hybridization in plant breeding
17 August 2016 15:00

This is a practical course. In this course, techniques of emasculation and pollination will be detailed. The crops selected will be of Solanecaea family:  tomato, pepper and eggplant, and cucurbits crops: melon, watermelon and pumpkin. These crops have different floral morphologies and breeding systems.

Objectives:

- Introduce the students to the techniques of artificial hybridization

- Explain the importance of the breeding system on the procedure

- Explain in detail the protocol in solanaceous and cucurbits crops

Lecturers: Salvador Soler / Maria José Diez, UPV

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