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Characterization and evaluation of Oregano (Origanum vulgare L.) accessions held at Croatian Bank of Plant Genes

Antonija Horvat
Martina Grdiša
Klaudija Carović
Ivan Kolak
Mihaela Britvec
Zlatko Šatović


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str. 377-389

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Eight Oregano (Origanum vulgare L.) accessions from the Collection of medicinal and aromatic plants of the Croatian Bank of Plant Genes were included in the field trial. The seed was collected through exchange with other national Gene Banks (USA, Russia) or collected by domestic collectors.
The field trial was set in random block design. Ten randomly chosen plants from each accession (except 5 plants from HGB00410) were analyzed (total of 75 plants) for important qualitative and quantitative agronomic traits. Analyzed qualitative traits included: colour of leaves, size and colour of bracts, shape of inflorescence and colour of flowers. Quantitative traits that were analyzed are: plant height (cm), root length (cm), number of branches, weight of dried and fresh root, stem, leaves and flowers as well as the weight of dried and fresh plant.
Accessions of Oregano differed significantly in three analyzed traits: number of branches, dried leaf weight and fresh leaf weight. The highest variation was found in the mass of dried leaf and the lowest in the plant height.
When compared to other accessions, accession HGB00350, representing the population from Russia showed the highest values for the most analyzed traits (fresh stem weight, fresh leaf weight, dried stem weight, dried leaf weight as well as dried and fresh plant weight).

Ključne riječi

Oregano, Origanum vulgare L., accessions, qualitative traits, quantitative traits, Croatian Bank of Plant Genes

Hrčak ID:

4273

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/4273

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