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Investigation of linkage drag in near isogenic lines of wheat by testing for seedling reaction to races of stem rust, leaf rust and yellow rust



Investigation of linkage drag in near isogenic lines of wheat by testing for seedling reaction to races of stem rust, leaf rust and yellow rust



Euphytica 32(2): 319-327



To determine whether linkage drag as defined by (Brinkman and Frey 1977) had occurred during the breeding of nearly isogenic lines (NILs) of wheat, 176 lines involving 11 sets of NILs, their recurrent parents and some of their donors were tested for seedling reaction to four races of Puccinia graminis, three of P. recondita and three of P. striiformis. From the results, six cases were identified in which linkage drag may have played a role.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00021440


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