Межвидовая гибридизация картофеля: теоретические и прикладные аспекты


https://doi.org/10.18699/VJ17.220

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Аннотация

Возделываемый картофель Solanum tuberosum L. является четвертой по значимости продовольственной культурой в мире и, как многие другие культурные растения, характеризуется низким уровнем генетического разнообразия. Наиболее эффективный подход к расширению генетического разнообразия селекционных сортов основан на интрогрессии генетического материала диких и культурных видов картофеля, относящихся к секции Petota Dumort. рода Solanum L., которая, по оценкам разных систематиков, включает от 112 до 235 видов. В то же время из-за барьеров презиготической и постзиготической несовместимости в генофонд селекционных сортов был интрогрессирован генетический материал лишь около 10 % дикорастущих видов картофеля. К настоящему време- ни в области молекулярной генетики, геномики и биотехнологии накоплен большой объем информации, позволяющий решать задачи кардинального расширения генетического разнообразия культурных растений. В статье приведен краткий обзор современных данных о генетических факторах, детерминирующих презиготическую и постзиготическую несовместимость, особенностях вовлечения в гибридизационный процесс самосовместимых и самонесовместимых видов секции Petota, видов c разными значениями балансового числа эндосперма (EBN), а также о возможных механизмах взаимодействия родительских геномов при формировании эндосперма гибридного семени. Показано значение теории EBN для дальнейшего развития прикладных исследований, направленных на расширение генетического разнообразия селекционного генофонда картофеля. Рассматриваются традиционные и современные подходы и методы преодоления межвидовой несовместимости и приведены примеры успешных исследований по интрогрессивной гибридизации картофеля. Статья предваряется сведениями о генетическом разнообразии видов картофеля, относящихся к секции Petota рода Solanum, а также о концепции генных пулов этих видов.

Об авторах

Т. А. Гавриленко
Федеральное государственное бюджетное научное учреждение «Федеральный исследовательский центр Всероссийский институт генетических ресурсов растений им. Н.И. Вавилова» (ВИР); Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение высшего образования «Санкт-Петербургский государственный университет»
Россия

Санкт-Петербург;

биологический факультет



А. П. Ермишин
Государственное научное учреждение «Институт генетики и цитологии НАН Беларуси»
Беларусь
Минск


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