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- Zhang, X.; Ma, C.; Yin, D.; Zhu, W.; Gao, C.; Zhang, J.; Fu, T.
- Czech journal of genetics and plant breeding 2013 v.49 no.4 pp. 157-163
- Brassica rapa subsp. trilocularis; cultivars; females; genes; glycoproteins; haplotypes; loci; males; mutants; mutation; outcrossing; protein kinases; sequence analysis; transcription (genetics)
- ... The most important Brassica species, B. rapa, is naturally self-incompatible. Self-compatible mutants would be useful for dissecting the molecular mechanism of self-incompatibility (SI), a process that promotes outcrossing by recognizing and refusing self-pollens. The S haplotype in a new self-compatible B. rapa cultivar, Dahuangyoucai, was characterized for the first time in this study. Sequence ...
- Trebichalský, A.; Kalendar, R.; Schulman, A.; Stratula, O.; Gálová, Z.; Balážová, Z.; Chňapek, M.
- Czech journal of genetics and plant breeding 2013 v.49 no.4 pp. 171-174
- Secale cereale; Triticosecale; beta-amylase; cultivars; genes; genetic markers; genetic relationships; genotype; intraspecific variation; introns; retrotransposons; rye; spring; terminal repeat sequences; triticale; winter; Europe; United States
- ... In the present research, we aimed to detect and evaluate the level of long terminal repeat (LTR) retrotransposons (WIS2, Wilma, Daniela, and Wham) intraspecific variability and intron polymorphism for β-amylase (BAMY) genes in 37 winter and 25 spring triticale cultivars coming from European countries and the USA and 5 Finnish rye cultivars. The triticale and rye genotypes differ significantly with ...