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Resistance to cereal leaf beetle in Hope substitution lines



Resistance to cereal leaf beetle in Hope substitution lines



Proceedings of the Fourth International Wheat Genetics Symposium Cytogenetics: 761-764



When 21 lines of Triticum aestivum 'Chinese Spring' with substituted chromosomes from the variety Hope were tested for their reaction to oviposition by Oulema melanopus together with resistant CI9321, moderately resistant Hope and susceptible Chinese Spring, substitution line 4A was highly resistant while lines 5A, 2A and 7B were moderately resistant.

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