Genetic and Environmental Regulation of Flowering and Runnering in Strawberry

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Invited Review: Cultivated strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa Duch.) is one of the most important berry crops worldwide. Its wild
relative, woodland strawberry (Fragaria vesca L.) is also scientifically important, since recent development of molecular tools
including genetic transformation methods, genetic maps and impending genome sequence is making it as one of the leading
perennial model plants. Environmental regulation of strawberry reproductive development including flowering and vegetative
reproduction through runners has been studied for almost hundred years and is known quite in detail. Most strawberries require
short photoperiod and/or low temperature for the induction of flowering, whereas runnering is activated by opposite
environmental signals. On the contrary, everbearing genotypes flower continuously in long day conditions. Some groundwork
on characterization of molecular pathways controlling runnering and the induction of flowering has been done. In these studies,
dozens of candidate flowering genes have been identified, the expression patterns for selected genes have been analyzed, and
a marker gene for the induction of flowering has been identified. However, reports on detailed functions of the candidate genes
are yet to come. Moreover, the role of gibberellin as a major signal regulating runnering, awaits further characterization. Two
gene loci in F. vesca may provide keys to understand underlying regulatory pathways and are therefore major targets of further
research. Runnering locus (RL) makes difference between runnering/non-runnering phenotypes and different alleles of
Seasonal flowering locus (SFL) cause seasonal and everbearing flowering habits. This review aims at summarizing the recent
progress on molecular control of flowering and runnering in strawberry.
Alkuperäiskielienglanti
OtsikkoGenomics, Transgenics, Molecular Breeding and Biotechnology of Strawberry
ToimittajatAmjad Masood Husaini, Jose A. Mercado
Sivumäärä9
JulkaisupaikkaIkenobe
KustantajaGlobal Science Books
Julkaisupäivä2011
Sivut56-64
ISBN (painettu)978-4-903313-81-8
TilaJulkaistu - 2011
OKM-julkaisutyyppiA3 Kirjan tai muun kokoomateoksen osa

Julkaisusarja

NimiGenes, Genomes and Genomics
KustantajaGlobal Science Books
NumeroSpecial Issue 1
Vuosikerta5
ISSN (painettu)1749-0383

Tieteenalat

  • 414 Maatalouden bioteknologia

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Hytönen, T., & Elomaa, P. (2011). Genetic and Environmental Regulation of Flowering and Runnering in Strawberry. teoksessa A. M. Husaini, & J. A. Mercado (Toimittajat), Genomics, Transgenics, Molecular Breeding and Biotechnology of Strawberry (Sivut 56-64). (Genes, Genomes and Genomics; Vuosikerta 5, Nro Special Issue 1). Ikenobe: Global Science Books.
Hytönen, Timo ; Elomaa, Paula. / Genetic and Environmental Regulation of Flowering and Runnering in Strawberry. Genomics, Transgenics, Molecular Breeding and Biotechnology of Strawberry. Toimittaja / Amjad Masood Husaini ; Jose A. Mercado. Ikenobe : Global Science Books, 2011. Sivut 56-64 (Genes, Genomes and Genomics; Special Issue 1).
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Genomics, Transgenics, Molecular Breeding and Biotechnology of Strawberry. toim. / Amjad Masood Husaini; Jose A. Mercado. Ikenobe : Global Science Books, 2011. s. 56-64 (Genes, Genomes and Genomics; Vuosikerta 5, Nro Special Issue 1).

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Hytönen T, Elomaa P. Genetic and Environmental Regulation of Flowering and Runnering in Strawberry. julkaisussa Husaini AM, Mercado JA, toimittajat, Genomics, Transgenics, Molecular Breeding and Biotechnology of Strawberry. Ikenobe: Global Science Books. 2011. s. 56-64. (Genes, Genomes and Genomics; Special Issue 1).