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High seed-protein from wild emmer wheat: methods for introduction and chromosome substitution



High seed-protein from wild emmer wheat: methods for introduction and chromosome substitution



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 43(6): 1735B



Two new procedures were developed for the substitution and analysis of genes from Triticum turgidum var. dicoccoides in T. aestivum. Substitution was accomplished by producing unreduced gametes (ABDD), from hybrids of T. aestivum 'Chinese Spring' (AABBDD) X T. tauschii (DD), which were then fused with normal tetraploid gametes (AB) to reform the hexaploid genome (AABBDD). The second method was the use of nullisomic-tetrasomics to produce chromosome substitutions.

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