Herald of the Russian Academy of Sciences

, Volume 87, Issue 2, pp 135–138 | Cite as

Genetic methods of creating new varieties of garden plants

Scientific Session of the RAS General Meeting
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Abstract

The efficiency of targeted breeding of new varieties of fruit and berry crops and grapevines with characters that meet modern cultivation technologies and consumer demand depends on the inclusion of donors and sources with prominent agronomic characters in hybridization. This paper emphasizes the importance of studying, preserving, and replenishing genetic collections to accelerate and increase breeding effectiveness and the high significance of donors and sources with identified genes responsible for the presence of characters in new genotypes. The results of improving the assortment of fruit and berry crops to reach a new level of fruit and berry production are shown.

Keywords

gene genetic diversity genetic collections fruit crops berry crops breeding genetic source donor variety 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.All-Russian Horticultural Institute for Breeding, Agrotechnology and NurseryMoscowRussia

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