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標題: 葉綠素螢光作為評估番木瓜溫度逆境之指標
Chlorophyll Fluorescence as an Indicator to Evaluate Temperature Stress of Papaya (Carica papaya L.)
作者: 李芸嫣
Li, Yun-Yen
關鍵字: 番木瓜
papaya
溫度逆境
葉綠素螢光
temperature stress
chlorophyll fluorescence
出版社: 園藝學系所
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摘要: 全球暖化伴隨著極端氣象,對農業生產的衝擊與影響日益受到重視,因此篩選出具有耐熱和耐寒潛力之基因型是重要的,快速且簡單的選別方法在育種過程中是不可或缺。葉綠素螢光測定的方法簡單、快速、靈敏且為非破壞性檢測,本試驗以網室栽培番木瓜品種包含‘Thailand-1’、‘Diamond Star’、‘ML’、‘PPI’、‘Havay’、‘Sunrise’、‘TN-2’、‘Kaeg Dahm’、‘Thailand-2’、‘N-10’、‘PPI×ML’、‘Red Lady’、‘Exotica’、‘Mex’,採取成熟葉片(45°角)作為材料,分別以50 ℃和1 ℃作為高溫及低溫逆境篩選溫度,利用葉綠素螢光儀選出耐熱品種‘Havay’以及不耐熱品種‘Thailand-1’;耐寒品種‘Mex’和‘Kaeg Dahm’以及不耐寒品種‘N-10’和‘Thailand-1’。 結果顯示,不論是高溫逆境或低溫逆境,葉綠素螢光變化與電解質滲漏率、乙烯釋放率及呼吸率皆有良好之正相關性;離體葉片與完整植株試驗結果相似,耐熱品種‘Havay’以及耐寒品種‘Kaeg Dahm’葉綠素螢光維持較高,幼苗植株外觀較不受高或低溫逆境影響。花粉試驗方面,因‘Thailand-1’品種番木瓜花朵為雌花,故無法評估兩品種花粉萌發率和葉綠素螢光對高溫逆境反應是否相同;低溫逆境下營養組織試驗(葉片和完整植株)以‘Kaeg Dahm’品種有最佳耐寒力,而花粉試驗以‘Mex’為最佳耐寒力。因此葉綠素螢光可以作為番木瓜在溫度逆境下非破壞性生理指標,可快速篩選出具有耐熱和耐寒潛力之品種,加速育種選拔效率。
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