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