74P00LL

Canola

Denomination: '74P00LL'
Previously Proposed Denomination: 'BC937-104LL'
Botanical Name: Brassica napus
Applicant/Holder: University of Guelph
Catalyst Centre
50 Stone Rd E, Ichthyology Building #92
Guelph, Ontario
N1G 2W1
Canada
Breeder: Laima Kott, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario
Agent in Canada: Bonis & Company Limited
P.O. Box 217
Lindsay, Ontario
K9V 5Z4
Canada
Tel: 705-324-0544
Application Date: 2006-03-07
Application Number: 06-5258
Date abandoned: 2009-08-05

Variety Description

Varieties used for comparison: 'Invigor 2663' and 'OAC Hurricane'

Summary: '74P00LL' has a smaller leaf than 'Invigor 2663'. '74P00LL' has more leaf lobes than 'OAC Hurricane'. The silique of '74P00LL' is shorter than 'Invigor 2663' but longer than 'OAC Hurricane'. '74P00LL' has a shorter beak than 'Invigor 2663'. The pedicel of '74P00LL' is shorter than 'Invigor 2663'. '74P00LL' has a shorter plant height than 'Invigor 2663'. '74P00LL' is resistant to glufosinate herbicides while 'OAC Hurricane' is not.

Description:

PLANT: open pollinated spring type, very short to short height at maturity, resistant to glufosinate herbicides

COTYLEDON: medium width

LEAF: medium green, medium number of lobes, rounded to sharp margin, shallow to medium depth dentations, short length, narrow width

FLOWERS: yellow

SILIQUE: very short to short, very short beak, very short to short pedicel

SEED: black

AGRONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS: fair to good resistance to lodging

QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS: low erucic acid and glucosinolates

Origin & Breeding History: '74P00LL' was developed by the University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario by crossing 'OAC Hurricane' with a Liberty source in September of 2000. The F1 generation was screened for the appropriate herbicide resistance and backcrossed cyclically to 'OAC Hurricane' until the BC3 generation in December of 2001. The BC3's were then used to produce doubled haploids from April 2002 to January 2003. BC937-104LL was selected from amongst 44 other doubled haploid lines.

Tests & Trials: Tests and trials were conducted during the summers of 2006 and 2007 at the Elora Research Station, of the University of Guelph, Elora, Ontario. Plots consisted of 4 rows per variety spaced 20 centimetres apart with a row length of 6 meters. There were two replicates arranged in an RCB design.


Comparison tables for '74P00LL' with reference varieties 'Invigor 2663' and 'OAC Hurricane'

Leaf length (cm)

  '74P00LL' 'Invigor 2663' 'OAC Hurricane'
mean 17.435 21.72 18.75
std. deviation (LSD=1.0469) 2.58 2.16 2.3
significance N/A p less than 0.01 not significant

Leaf width (cm)

  '74P00LL' 'Invigor 2663' 'OAC Hurricane'
mean 9.6 11.2 9.87
std. deviation (LSD=0.5733) 1.34 1.26 1.17
significance N/A p less than 0.01 not significant

Silique length (mm)

  '74P00LL' 'Invigor 2663' 'OAC Hurricane'
mean 56.58 62.64 52.71
std. deviation (LSD=2.4608) 6.25 8.23 7.41
significance N/A p less than 0.01 p less than 0.01

Beak length (mm)

  '74P00LL' 'Invigor 2663' 'OAC Hurricane'
mean 6.13 7.66 5.52
std. deviation (LSD=0.5746) 1.36 1.63 1.34
significance N/A p less than 0.01 not significant

Pedicel length (mm)

  '74P00LL' 'Invigor 2663' 'OAC Hurricane'
mean 14.00 20.34 14.53
std. deviation (LSD=1.5174) 3.89 6.03 3.31
significance N/A p less than 0.01 not significant

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74P00LL
Canola: '74P00LL' (BC937-104LL) (left) with reference varieties 'Invigor 2663' (centre) and 'OAC Hurricane' (right)

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