Genetic Diversity of Thiamin and Folate in Primitive Cultivated and Wild Potato (Solanum) Species Public Deposited

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  • Biofortification of staple crops like potato via breeding is an attractive strategy to reduce human micronutrient deficiencies. A prerequisite is metabolic phenotyping of genetically diverse material which can potentially be used as parents in breeding programs. Thus, the natural genetic diversity of thiamin and folate contents was investigated in indigenous cultivated potatoes (Solanum tuberosum group Andigenum) and wild potato species (Solanum section Petota). Significant differences were found among clones and species. For about 50% of the clones there were variations in thiamin and folate contents between years. Genotypes which contained over 2-fold the thiamin and 4-fold the folate content compared to the modern variety Russet Burbank were identified and should be useful material to integrate in breeding programs which aim to enhance the nutritional value of potato. Primitive cultivars and wild species with widely different amounts of thiamin and folate will also be valuable tools to explore their respective metabolic regulation.
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  • Goyer, A., & Sweek, K. (2011). Genetic diversity of thiamin and folate in primitive cultivated and wild potato (solanum) species. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 59(24), 13072-13080. doi: 10.1021/jf203736e
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