Genetic characteristics, varieties, and genetic origins of the parents of the different oil palm progenies (PIC, 2011).
|Progenies||Dura (male parent)||Dura origins||Pisifera (female parent)||Pisifera origins||Genetic origins|
|C1||PO 2630 D||DA 10 D × DA 3 D||PO 2766 P||LM 10 T AF||D × L|
|C2||PO 3174 D||DA 115 D AF||PO 2973 P||LM 5 T × LM 10 T||D × L|
|C3||PO 3174 D||DA 115 D AF||PO 4747 P||LM 5 T AF||D × L|
|C4||PO 4953 D||Unknown||PO 4260 P||LM 238 T × LM 511 P||D × Y|
D × L: Deli × La Mé; D × Y: Deli × Yangambi. The last letter after the PO number (e.g., PO 2630 D or PO 2766 P or LM 10 T) indicates the main varietal group: P = Pisifera, D = Dura, and T = Tenera. Progenies C1, C2, C3 and C4 are all Tenera crosses (They all come from crosses between a Dura and a Pisifera variety). Data in the Dura and Pisifera columns show the genetic material from which female inflorescences and male inflorescences (pollen) were used to obtain the progenies. AF refers to self-pollinated trees (e.g. LM 10 T AF = LM 10 T × LM 10 T).
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