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Hybrid grain set and field germinability of grain from reciprocal crosses of triticale with Triticum aestivum in western Siberia



Hybrid grain set and field germinability of grain from reciprocal crosses of triticale with Triticum aestivum in western Siberia



Sib vestn s kh nauki (6): 90-93



The direction of the cross and weather conditions had a marked effect on hybrid grain set. When hexaploid bread wheat was used as the maternal parent, 53.5% virtually inviable grain was set on average over two years. When hexaploid triticales were used as the maternal parent, the grain set amounted on average to 22.8%, the grain having normal field germinability.

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