Year 2021, Volume 26 , Issue 1, Pages 35 - 43 2021-06-29

INTERACTION OF DZR1, OPAQUE-2 AND NORMAL ENDOSPERM MAIZE INBRED LINES FOR GRAIN YIELD AND PROTEIN QUALITY

Sekip ERDAL [1] , Ahmet OZTURK [2] , Rahime CENGIZ [3] , Mehmet PAMUKCU [4] , Cuneyt DINCER [5] , Bulent CENGIZ [6]


The objectives of this study were to (i) investigate genetic relationships among high lysine (HK) (opaque-2), high methionine (HM) (dzr1) and high yielding maize inbred lines (ii) to evaluate grain yield and protein quality of hybrids produced from these germplasm groups. Fifty-six hybrids generated from an 8 × 8 full diallel mating design were tested at two locations in Turkey in 2017 and 2018. Significant reciprocal effects for lysine, methionine, lysine quality index and methionine quality index revealed that parent effects may not be ignored in breeding for these traits. Lower grain yield among crosses produced from non-normal endosperm suggested that for high yield and improved amino acid concentration at least one parent of HK or HM should be used in hybrid combinations. HM × HM hybrids were not only good for high methionine, but also high lysine and protein. Several of the experimental hybrids in this study outperformed the commercial checks in terms of lysine and methionine yield. M2 × S1 hybrid had 27 % more lysine (58.6 kg ha-1) and 26 % more methionine (42.5 kg ha-1) yield than commercial high yielding normal hybrids. This study revealed that HK and HM germplasm can be combined with adapted high yield maize inbred lines to develop high yielding, high methionine and high lysine hybrids.
Combining ability, diallel analysis, hybrid, lysine, methionine
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Primary Language en
Subjects Science
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Sekip ERDAL (Primary Author)
Institution: Western Mediterranean Agricultural Research Institute, Antalya, TURKEY
Country: Turkey


Author: Ahmet OZTURK
Institution: Western Mediterranean Agricultural Research Institute, Antalya, TURKEY
Country: Turkey


Author: Rahime CENGIZ
Institution: Sakarya University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Field Crops, Sakarya, TURKEY
Country: Turkey


Author: Mehmet PAMUKCU
Institution: Western Mediterranean Agricultural Research Institute, Antalya, TURKEY
Country: Turkey


Author: Cuneyt DINCER
Institution: Akdeniz University, Finike Vocational School, Antalya, TURKEY
Country: Turkey


Author: Bulent CENGIZ
Institution: Maize Research Institute, Sakarya, TURKEY
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : June 29, 2021

Bibtex @research article { tjfc943485, journal = {Turkish Journal Of Field Crops}, issn = {1301-1111}, address = {}, publisher = {Society of Fields Crop Science}, year = {2021}, volume = {26}, pages = {35 - 43}, doi = {10.17557/tjfc.943485}, title = {INTERACTION OF DZR1, OPAQUE-2 AND NORMAL ENDOSPERM MAIZE INBRED LINES FOR GRAIN YIELD AND PROTEIN QUALITY}, key = {cite}, author = {Erdal, Sekip and Ozturk, Ahmet and Cengız, Rahime and Pamukcu, Mehmet and Dıncer, Cuneyt and Cengız, Bulent} }
APA Erdal, S , Ozturk, A , Cengız, R , Pamukcu, M , Dıncer, C , Cengız, B . (2021). INTERACTION OF DZR1, OPAQUE-2 AND NORMAL ENDOSPERM MAIZE INBRED LINES FOR GRAIN YIELD AND PROTEIN QUALITY . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops , 26 (1) , 35-43 . DOI: 10.17557/tjfc.943485
MLA Erdal, S , Ozturk, A , Cengız, R , Pamukcu, M , Dıncer, C , Cengız, B . "INTERACTION OF DZR1, OPAQUE-2 AND NORMAL ENDOSPERM MAIZE INBRED LINES FOR GRAIN YIELD AND PROTEIN QUALITY" . Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 26 (2021 ): 35-43 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tjfc/issue/63156/943485>
Chicago Erdal, S , Ozturk, A , Cengız, R , Pamukcu, M , Dıncer, C , Cengız, B . "INTERACTION OF DZR1, OPAQUE-2 AND NORMAL ENDOSPERM MAIZE INBRED LINES FOR GRAIN YIELD AND PROTEIN QUALITY". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 26 (2021 ): 35-43
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ISNAD Erdal, Sekip , Ozturk, Ahmet , Cengız, Rahime , Pamukcu, Mehmet , Dıncer, Cuneyt , Cengız, Bulent . "INTERACTION OF DZR1, OPAQUE-2 AND NORMAL ENDOSPERM MAIZE INBRED LINES FOR GRAIN YIELD AND PROTEIN QUALITY". Turkish Journal Of Field Crops 26 / 1 (June 2021): 35-43 . https://doi.org/10.17557/tjfc.943485
AMA Erdal S , Ozturk A , Cengız R , Pamukcu M , Dıncer C , Cengız B . INTERACTION OF DZR1, OPAQUE-2 AND NORMAL ENDOSPERM MAIZE INBRED LINES FOR GRAIN YIELD AND PROTEIN QUALITY. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2021; 26(1): 35-43.
Vancouver Erdal S , Ozturk A , Cengız R , Pamukcu M , Dıncer C , Cengız B . INTERACTION OF DZR1, OPAQUE-2 AND NORMAL ENDOSPERM MAIZE INBRED LINES FOR GRAIN YIELD AND PROTEIN QUALITY. Turkish Journal Of Field Crops. 2021; 26(1): 35-43.
IEEE S. Erdal , A. Ozturk , R. Cengız , M. Pamukcu , C. Dıncer and B. Cengız , "INTERACTION OF DZR1, OPAQUE-2 AND NORMAL ENDOSPERM MAIZE INBRED LINES FOR GRAIN YIELD AND PROTEIN QUALITY", Turkish Journal Of Field Crops, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 35-43, Jun. 2021, doi:10.17557/tjfc.943485