Analysis of disequilibrium hybridization in hybrid and backcross progenies of Saccharum officinarum x Erianthus
Tanaoceroidea 5 Tanaoceridae Tanaocerus Proscopioidea 6 Proscopiidae * Orienscopia 7 # Paraproscopia 8 Stiphra Eumastacoidea 9 Chorotypidae Erianthinae Erianthus
10 Eruciinae Erucius 11 Episactidae Espagnolinae Antillacris 12 Espagnolopsis 13 Espagnolina 14 Tainacris 15 Episactinae Episactus 16 Eumastacidae Eumastacinae Eumastax 17 [section]Homeomastax 18 H.
Thirty genotypes, representing three genera namely Saccharum, Miscanthus, and Erianthus were used in the study (Table 1).
The single Erianthus (Kalingpong) and Miscanthus genotypes were each placed distinctly in the dendrogram, supporting the taxonomic evidence which assigned each of them to a separate genus (Daniels et al., 1975).
Excluding the open Erianthus
sites, mean basal area for the bottomland Oak Flats (28 [m.sup.2]/ha, Table 1) was similar to the 29 [m.sup.2]/ha reported on equivalent sites from the Big Thicket (Marks & Harcombe 1981), but was lower than that reported from other southeastern bottomland forests (Robertson et al.
AFLP analysis of the phenetic organization and genetic diversity in the sugarcane complex, Saccharum and Erianthus
trinii (Hack.) Hack., Erianthus
The species exhibited comparatively low prevalence were Circium arvense, Dactyloctenium aegyptium, Erianthus
munja, Polygonum barbatum, Rumex nepalensis and Datura alba (40% each) (Table 1).
Identification and characterization of sugarcane intergeneric hybrids, Saccharum officinarum x Erianthus
arundinaceus, with molecular markers and DNA in situ hybridization.
spp.), coffee (Coffea spp.) and tobacco (Nicotiana spp.), as well as a few aromatic and parasitic species.
Ribosomal DNA variations in Erianthus
, a wild sugarcane relative (Andropogoneae-Saccharinae) Theor.