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- Kang, Houyang; Wang, Yujie; Diao, Chengdou; Li, Daiyan; Wang, Yi; Zeng, Jian; Fan, Xing; Xu, Lili; Sha, Lina; Zhang, Haiqin; Zheng, Youliang; Zhou, Yonghong
- Molecular breeding 2017 v.37 no.3 pp. 36
- Puccinia striiformis f. tritici, etc ; karyotyping; genome; seedlings; wheat; stripe rust; genetic markers; adults; substitution lines; microsatellite repeats; hybrids; disease resistance; hexaploidy; pathogens; germplasm; protein composition; in situ hybridization; glutenins; new variety; chromosomes; forage grasses; meiosis; agronomic traits; triticale; genetic variation; fungi; China; Show all 27 Subjects
- ... Triticale lines tend to become less resistant to stripe rust and other fungal diseases over time and exhibit relatively limited genetic diversity. Therefore, it is important that new triticale varieties with superior agronomic traits are continually produced to enrich the available genetic pool. In this study, a new hexaploid triticale line (K14-827-1), which was derived from the progenies of a wh ...