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Vernalization and photoperiodic responses of selected chromosome substitution lines derived from 'Rescue', 'Cadet', and 'Cypress' wheats


, : Vernalization and photoperiodic responses of selected chromosome substitution lines derived from 'Rescue', 'Cadet', and 'Cypress' wheats. Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 27(5): 586-591

Vernalization responses were measured by comparing days to ear emergence of vernalized and unvernalized plants under 24 and 16 h photoperiods. Analysis of the data indicated that the genotype of Cadet is Vrn1Vrn1 vrn4vrn4 vrnxvrnx (where vrnx is an unidentified locus), while that of Rescue is vrn1vrn1 Vrn3Vrn3 Vrn4Vrn4; Cypress appeared to carry Vrn4 and one or both of vrn1 and vrn3.


Accession: 001507272

DOI: 10.1139/g85-086

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