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Variation for selected morphological and quality-related traits among 178 faba bean landraces collected from Turkey

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 July 2013

Tolga Karaköy
Affiliation:
Organic Agriculture Program, Vocational School of Sivas, University of Cumhuriyet, Sivas, Turkey
Faheem Shehzad Baloch
Affiliation:
Department of Agricultural Genetic Engineering, Faculty of Agricultural Science and Technology, Niğde University, 51240 Niğde, Turkey
Faruk Toklu
Affiliation:
Seed Science and Technology Program, Vocational School of Kozan, University of Çukurova, Kozan, Adana, Turkey
Hakan Özkan
Affiliation:
Department of Field Crops, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Çukurova, 01330 Adana, Turkey
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Abstract

Faba bean is cultivated worldwide and widely used in Mediterranean countries, Asia and Europe. However, only a few faba bean breeders are active in cultivar development. As a result, a limited number of varieties are available for growers. Plant genetic resources or germplasm are fundamental sources for plant breeding, and the assessment of the genetic diversity among germplasm accessions is useful to facilitate more efficient use of plant genetic resources. A mini-core collection of faba bean germplasm (178 landraces and four cultivars), from diverse geographic regions of Turkey, was assessed for agro-morphological performance and some quality traits. There were substantial variations for the investigated morphological and quality characteristics. The analysis of variance revealed that the differences among 182 accessions were significant for all the studied characters. Some accessions showed very good agronomic performance for some traits. Positive and negative correlations existed among different morphological and agronomic traits. Landraces have been classified into four different groups using a cluster analysis. These results suggest that an a priori classification of accessions according to the growing area does not strictly correspond to phenotypic grouping. From the spatial distribution of landraces, however, it has been possible to identify ‘superior’ accessions of some traits. These findings indicate a number of useful traits in the gene pools and a wide range of phenotypic variation that provides a good source of diversity for use in modern faba bean breeding programmes.

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