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Analysis of phenotypic characterization of segregation population developed by crossing in Flammulina velutipes
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  • Journal title : Journal of Mushroom
  • Volume 13, Issue 3,  2015, pp.217-222
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Mushroom Science
  • DOI : 10.14480/JM.2015.13.3.217
 Title & Authors
Analysis of phenotypic characterization of segregation population developed by crossing in Flammulina velutipes
Woo, Sung-I; Kong, Won-Sik; Kim, Eun-Seou; Jang, Kab yeul; Shin, Pyung-Gyun; Oh, Youn-Lee; Oh, Min ji; Nam, Youn-keol; Kim, Kyung-Soo;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to obtain a growth correlation of basal information from the development of disease resistant Flammulina velutipes cultivars through back-crossing between the strains of wild-type brown monokaryon 4019-20 and the derivative of commercial quality white monokaryons 3. The two strains were selected to back-cross for further enhancing their latent attributes and growth characteristics. The parents of 4019- back-crossed to reproduce , M3-Sn. Using , M3-Sn procured and isolated into 94 monokaryon strains. Further examination of growth characteristics carried out by back-crossing between M3 and from M3-n dikaryon. Monokaryon exhibited an irregular growth pattern and demonstrated to be sluggish development in the sawdust medium. However (M3-n) dikaryon strains confirmed mostly regular growth pattern and demonstrated ordinary growth in the sawdust medium. The fruitbody of confirmed as light-brown colour to be the dominant gene. The colour distributions of fruitbody, , resulted as follows; 7% of dark brown, 25% of brown, 27% of light brown, 16% of ivory and 25% of white. The ratio of the other color to white showed 3 to 1 which suggested two major genes were related to fruitbody color.
 Keywords
backcross;brown;Flammulina velutipes;gene;white;
 Language
Korean
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