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Record number 413128
Title Genetic resources collections of leafy vegetables (lettuce, spinach, chicory, artichoke, asparagus, lamb’s lettuce, rhubarb and rocket salad): composition and gaps
Author(s) Treuren, R. van; Coquin, P.; Lohwasser, U.
Source Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 59 (2012)6. - ISSN 0925-9864 - p. 981 - 997.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/s10722-011-9738-x
Department(s) Centre for Genetic Resources, The Netherlands
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) genetische bronnen van plantensoorten - bladgroenten - databanken - genenbanken - cichorei - slasoorten - spinazie - plant genetic resources - leafy vegetables - databases - gene banks - chicory - lettuces - spinach - cichorium-intybus l - species relationships - cultivated lettuce - globe artichoke - aflp markers - asteraceae - identification - conservation - populations - redundancy
Categories Plant Genetic Resources, Gene Banks / Leafy Vegetables
Abstract Lettuce, spinach and chicory are generally considered the main leafy vegetables, while a fourth group denoted by ‘minor leafy vegetables’ includes, amongst others, rocket salad, lamb’s lettuce, asparagus, artichoke and rhubarb. Except in the case of lettuce, central crop databases of leafy vegetables were lacking until recently. Here we report on the update of the international Lactuca database and the development of three new central crop databases for each of the other leafy vegetable crop groups. Requests for passport data of accessions available to the user community were addressed to all known European collection holders and to the main collection holders located outside Europe. Altogether, passport data of 17,530 accessions from a total of 129 collections were collected. The four separate databases were made available on line via a common entry page accessible at http://documents.plant.wur.nl/cgn/pgr/LVintro/. Based on a literature study, an analysis of the gene pool structure of the crops was performed and an inventory was made of the distribution areas of the species involved. The results of these surveys were related to the contents of the newly established databases in order to identify the main collection gaps. Priorities are presented for future germplasm acquisition aimed at improving the coverage of the crop gene pools in ex situ collections.
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