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Tests génétiques

Dispositifs
Caractéristiques
Réseau génétique GIS "Groupe Pin Maritime du Futur"

Tests de descendance pour l'évaluation de la population d’amélioration du pin maritime. Dispositifs contenant chacun 50-200 familles (plein-frères ou demi-frères) des provenances Landes et Corse.

Ressources génétiques châtaigniers

Verger conservatoire de châtaigniers: différentes espèces et variétés greffées ou non: 100 accessions génotypées et phénotypées. Base de données associée en construction.

Dispositif diallèle de châtaigniers

Croisements contrôlés de  trois espèces de châtaigniers (deux génotypes par espèce), pour étudier l'architecture des traits de résistance aux bioagresseurs et la capacité à la multiplication végétation. Dispositif installé à Bourran.

BOURRAN 4

Test expérimental de matériel hybrides entre chênes sessile et pédonculé et descendances naturelles de chêne pédonculé pour évaluer et comparer leurs performances. Mis en place fin 2011.

Test de descendances de chênes indigènes de la FD de la Petite Charnie

Ce test est constitué de plusieurs tranches : (i) la première les plants sont issus de graines et elle est structurée en descendances de demi-frères et (ii) les suivantes sont constituées de descendances de demi-frères qui ont été copiés végétativement avec 3 à 12 copies.

Tests de descendances de chêne rouge

Il s'agit de tests de provenances-descendances testant essentiellement des provenances françaises de chêne rouge localisé dans le Sud-Ouest (Piémont Pyrénéen) et en Lorraine. Ils comprennent 65 provenances européennes et 66 américaines.