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Radiosensitivity of a polyploid wheet series in different growing conditions


Radiosensitivity of a polyploid wheet series in different growing conditions



Biologicheskii Zhurnal Armenii Hayastani Kensabanakan Handes 28(1): 72-76



Seeds of Triticum monococcum (2n = 14), T. durum (2n = 28) and T. aestivum (2n = 42) were X irradiated with various doses and planted in October and April. The diploid was the most radiosensitive and also the most affected by growing conditions; the tetraploid was more resistant and the hexaploid the most resistant. For example, a 20 kR dose was lethal for the diploid but semilethal for the polyploids.

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