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Reference: Cherniavskih VI, Dumacheva EV, Borodaeva ZA, et al. Features of intra population variability of Medicago varia Mart. with the expressed mf-mutation on a complex qualitative characteristics. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2), 733-737.

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Reference: Cherniavskih, V. I., Dumacheva, E. V., Borodaeva, Z. A., Gorbacheva, A. A., Horolskaya, E. N., Gagieva, L. C., . . . Korolkova, S. V. (2019). Features of intra population variability of Medicago varia Mart. with the expressed mf-mutation on a complex qualitative characteristics. Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 13(2), 733-737.

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Reference: Cherniavskih, Vladimir I., Elena V. Dumacheva, Zhanna A. Borodaeva, Anzhelika A. Gorbacheva, Elena N. Horolskaya, Larisa Ch. Gagieva, Nadezhda V. Kotsareva, and Svetlana V. Korolkova. "Features of intra population variability of Medicago varia Mart. with the expressed mf-mutation on a complex qualitative characteristics". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 2019 13 no. 2 (2019): 733-737.

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Reference: Cherniavskih, V. I., Dumacheva, E. V., Borodaeva, Z. A., Gorbacheva, A. A., Horolskaya, E. N., Gagieva, L. C., . . . Korolkova, S. V. (2019). Features of intra population variability of Medicago varia Mart. with the expressed mf-mutation on a complex qualitative characteristics. Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 13(2), pp. 733-737.

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Reference: Cherniavskih VI, Dumacheva EV, Borodaeva ZA, Gorbacheva AA, Horolskaya EN, Gagieva LC, et al. Features of intra population variability of Medicago varia Mart. with the expressed mf-mutation on a complex qualitative characteristics. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2):733-7.

Abstract

Lucerne has multifunctional value: it is a source of a high-protein forage for farm animals and valuable raw materials for pharmaceutical industry. The purpose of this work was studying of features of intra population variability of a lucerne with a mf-mutation on a complex of the qualitative signs, valuable as for the forage production as well as for the pharmaceutical industry. In the years 2016-2018, researchers of the 30 breed population, received as a result of an individual selections from a breed lucerne Krasnoyaruzhskaya 1 on the basis of a high expression of a mutation of multifoliolation (mf-mutation). The high variability of a population of the lucerne in the posterity of the second generation on the basis of expressiveness of the mf-mutation was established. The breed population was distributed by the index of an expression of the mf-mutation as follows: the group with low expressiveness of the sign included 52.8% of numbers, 9.9% of the numbers had the index of an expression up to the standard, 36.3% of the breed population exceeded the standard for 9.3-62.7%. As a result of researches the direct correlation between degree of an expression of the mf-mutation and the feeding efficiency of a lucerne is not revealed. There was established the breed population SP-11 at which the high expression of the mf-mutation and high efficiency of the elevated phytoweight against the background of the low maintenance of saponin and antotcyanin. The population of SP-11 will be included in the selection program for the creation of the lucerne breeds with a high fodder quality. The breed population SP-23, SP-24, SP-28 has a high expression of the mf-mutation, high efficiency of the elevated phytoweight against the background of the high content of the biologically active agents (saponins and antocyanins). These forms will be included in the selection program for creation of breeds of a lucerne with the high content of biologically active agents for the pharmaceutical industry.

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