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- Klindworth, Daryl L.; Hareland, Gary A.; Elias, Elias M.; Xu, Steven S.
- Crop science 2005 v.45 no.1 pp. 77
- chromosome translocation, etc ; Triticum turgidum subsp. durum; durum wheat; translocation lines; Triticum aestivum; wheat; glutenins; alleles; agronomic traits; baking quality; breadmaking quality; genotype-environment interaction; grain yield; North Dakota; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Markets for durum wheat (L. var. could be expanded if cultivars with dual-purpose end-use could be developed. The allele, located on chromosome 1D of bread wheat (L.), encodes for high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits 1Dx5 and 1Dy10, and this allele is highly desirable for good baking quality. Lines of durum carrying on a 1AS.1AL-1DL translocation chromosome and also segregating for the low-mole ...
- Zhang, W.; Lukaszewski, A.J.; Kolmer, J.; Soria, M.A.; Goyal, S.; Dubcovsky, J.
- Theoretical and applied genetics 2005 v.111 no.3 pp. 573
- chromosome translocation, etc ; Triticum aestivum; hard white wheat; Triticum turgidum subsp. durum; Thinopyrum ponticum; interspecific hybridization; backcrossing; lines; disease resistance; rust diseases; Puccinia recondita; plant pigments; genes; chromosome mapping; genetic markers; restriction fragment length polymorphism; chromosome banding; in situ hybridization; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Chromosome 7E from Lophopyrum ponticum carries a valuable leaf rust resistant gene designated Lr19. This gene has not been widely used in common wheat breeding because of linkage with the yellow pigment gene Y. This gene tints flour yellow, reducing its appeal in bread making. However, a high level of yellow pigment is desirable in durum wheat breeding. We produced 97 recombinant chromosomes betwe ...
- Li, H.; Chen, X.; Xin, Z.Y.; Ma, Y.Z.; Xu, H.J.; Chen, X.Y.; Jia, X.
- Plant breeding 2005 v.124 no.2 pp. 203-205
- chromosome translocation, etc ; Triticum turgidum subsp. durum; durum wheat; Dasypyrum villosum; intergeneric hybridization; Triticum aestivum; wheat; plant breeding; translocation lines; genes; disease resistance; powdery mildew; Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici; plant pathogenic fungi; in situ hybridization; restriction fragment length polymorphism; genetic markers; cytogenetics; chromosome pairing; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Three lines conferring resistance to powdery mildew, Pm97033, Pm97034 and Pm97035, were developed from the cross of Triticum durum-Haynaldia villosa amphidiploid TH3 and wheat cv. 'Wan7107' via backcrosses, immature embryo and anther culture. Genomic in situ hybridization analysis showed that these lines were disomic translocation lines. Cytogenetic analysis indicated that the F1 plants of crosses ...