Heterosis, Potence Ratio and Correlation of Vegetative, Yield and Quality Traits in Tomato Genotypes and their Performance under Arid Region

DOI: 10.18805/IJARe.A-488    | Article Id: A-488 | Page : 33-41
Citation :- Heterosis, Potence Ratio and Correlation of Vegetative, Yield and Quality Traits in Tomato Genotypes and their Performance under Arid Region.Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2021.(55):33-41
A. Alsadon, T.H.I. Solieman, M.A. Wahb-Allah, Amira A. Helaly, A.A.M. Ali, A.A. Ibrahim, M.A.O. Saad amira.helaly@alexu.edu.eg
Address : Vegetable Crops Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University, Egypt.
Submitted Date : 17-09-2019
Accepted Date : 23-10-2020

Abstract

Background: The possibility of selecting the best genotypes to develop good hybrid varieties of tomatoes, as well as heterosis, potence ratio and correlation of vegetative characteristics, yield and quality in tomato genotypes and their performance under arid region.
Methods: Four commercial tomato cultivars (Money Maker, Pakmore VF, Strain-B and Tanshet Star) and two breeding lines (L05960 and TL01899) and their 15 F1 hybrids, using a half-diallel cross, under arid conditions were used to estimate heterosis, potence ratio and correlation coefficients among all possible pairs of important tomato traits.
Result: various degrees of dominance effects for some traits were detected in the general performances of the F1 hybrids, while, other traits illustrated the presence of partial- to under-recessiveness. Heterosis percentages reflected positive desirable effects in ten F1 hybrids for some traits. Most F1 hybrids outperformed their respective parents for fruit set, fruit length, fruit diameter, total soluble solids, fruit dry weight, number of fruits per plant and total fruit yield per plant. Some of the genotypes (i.e., parents and/ or hybrids) offer opportunities as a genetic source of heat tolerant breeding genetic material adapted to high temperature under the arid conditions reported in this study. Significant positive and desirable correlations were found between 41 possible pairs of traits, whereas significant negative and undesirable correlations were found between 13 possible pairs of the traits.

Keywords

Gene action General performance Heterosis Phenotypic correlation coefficient Tomato

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