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The interaction between genotype and maternal nutritional environments affects tomato seed and seedling quality. / Geshnizjani, Nafiseh; Khorami, Saadat Sarikhani; Willems, Leo A J; Snoek, Basten L; Hilhorst, Henk W M; Ligterink, Wilco.

In: Journal of Experimental Botany, 02.03.2019.

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Geshnizjani, N, Khorami, SS, Willems, LAJ, Snoek, BL, Hilhorst, HWM & Ligterink, W 2019, 'The interaction between genotype and maternal nutritional environments affects tomato seed and seedling quality' Journal of Experimental Botany. https://doi.org/10.1093/jxb/erz101

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Geshnizjani, N., Khorami, S. S., Willems, L. A. J., Snoek, B. L., Hilhorst, H. W. M., & Ligterink, W. (2019). The interaction between genotype and maternal nutritional environments affects tomato seed and seedling quality. Journal of Experimental Botany. https://doi.org/10.1093/jxb/erz101

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Geshnizjani N, Khorami SS, Willems LAJ, Snoek BL, Hilhorst HWM, Ligterink W. The interaction between genotype and maternal nutritional environments affects tomato seed and seedling quality. Journal of Experimental Botany. 2019 Mar 2. https://doi.org/10.1093/jxb/erz101

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Geshnizjani, Nafiseh ; Khorami, Saadat Sarikhani ; Willems, Leo A J ; Snoek, Basten L ; Hilhorst, Henk W M ; Ligterink, Wilco. / The interaction between genotype and maternal nutritional environments affects tomato seed and seedling quality. In: Journal of Experimental Botany. 2019.

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title = "The interaction between genotype and maternal nutritional environments affects tomato seed and seedling quality",
abstract = "Seed and seedling traits are affected by the conditions of the maternal environment, such as light, temperature and nutrient availability. In this study, we have investigated whether different maternally applied nitrate and phosphate concentrations affect the seed and seedling performance of two closely related tomato species: Solanum lycopersicum cv. Money maker and Solanum pimpinellifolium accession CGN14498. We observed large differences for seed and seedling traits between the two species. Additionally, we have shown that for nitrate most of the seed and seedling traits were significantly affected by genotype by environment interactions (G×E). The effect of the maternal environment was clearly visible in the primary metabolites of the dry seeds. For example, we could show that the amount of -aminobutyric acid (GABA) in Money maker seeds was affected by the differences in the maternal environments and was positively correlated with seed germination under high temperature. Overall, compared to phosphate, nitrate had a larger effect on seed and seedling performance in tomato. In general, the different responses to the maternal environments of the two tomato species show a major role of genotype by environment interactions in shaping seed and seedling traits.",
author = "Nafiseh Geshnizjani and Khorami, {Saadat Sarikhani} and Willems, {Leo A J} and Snoek, {Basten L} and Hilhorst, {Henk W M} and Wilco Ligterink",
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AU - Hilhorst, Henk W M

AU - Ligterink, Wilco

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N2 - Seed and seedling traits are affected by the conditions of the maternal environment, such as light, temperature and nutrient availability. In this study, we have investigated whether different maternally applied nitrate and phosphate concentrations affect the seed and seedling performance of two closely related tomato species: Solanum lycopersicum cv. Money maker and Solanum pimpinellifolium accession CGN14498. We observed large differences for seed and seedling traits between the two species. Additionally, we have shown that for nitrate most of the seed and seedling traits were significantly affected by genotype by environment interactions (G×E). The effect of the maternal environment was clearly visible in the primary metabolites of the dry seeds. For example, we could show that the amount of -aminobutyric acid (GABA) in Money maker seeds was affected by the differences in the maternal environments and was positively correlated with seed germination under high temperature. Overall, compared to phosphate, nitrate had a larger effect on seed and seedling performance in tomato. In general, the different responses to the maternal environments of the two tomato species show a major role of genotype by environment interactions in shaping seed and seedling traits.

AB - Seed and seedling traits are affected by the conditions of the maternal environment, such as light, temperature and nutrient availability. In this study, we have investigated whether different maternally applied nitrate and phosphate concentrations affect the seed and seedling performance of two closely related tomato species: Solanum lycopersicum cv. Money maker and Solanum pimpinellifolium accession CGN14498. We observed large differences for seed and seedling traits between the two species. Additionally, we have shown that for nitrate most of the seed and seedling traits were significantly affected by genotype by environment interactions (G×E). The effect of the maternal environment was clearly visible in the primary metabolites of the dry seeds. For example, we could show that the amount of -aminobutyric acid (GABA) in Money maker seeds was affected by the differences in the maternal environments and was positively correlated with seed germination under high temperature. Overall, compared to phosphate, nitrate had a larger effect on seed and seedling performance in tomato. In general, the different responses to the maternal environments of the two tomato species show a major role of genotype by environment interactions in shaping seed and seedling traits.

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