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Registration of FC1028, FC1037, FC1038, and FC1036 Multigerm Sugarbeet Germplasm with Multiple Disease Resistances
- Panella, Lee, Lewellen, R. T., McGrath, J. M.
- Journal of Plant Registrations 2013 v.7 no.2 pp. 229
- Agricultural Research Service, Beta vulgaris, color, cytoplasm, diploidy, disease resistance, gene segregation, genes, germplasm releases, hypocotyls, plant fertility, sugar beet
- FC1028 (Reg. No. GP-282, PI 665053), FC1036 (Reg. No. GP-283, PI 665054), FC1037 (Reg. No. GP-284, PI 665055), and FC1038 (Reg. No. GP-285, PI 665056) sugarbeet (Beta vulgaris L.) germplasms were released and developed by the USDA-ARS, at Fort Collins, CO, Salinas, CA, and East Lansing, MI, in cooperation with the Beet Sugar Development Foundation, Denver, CO. All four germplasms are diploid, multigerm sugarbeet populations in normal cytoplasm, segregating for self-sterility (Sf:SsSs), multigermity (M:mm), hypocotyl color (R:rr) and the gene (Rz1:rz1rz1), which confers resistance to some strains of rhizomania.