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Effect of genes for photoperiodism, semidwarfism, and awns on agronomic characters in a wheat cross



Effect of genes for photoperiodism, semidwarfism, and awns on agronomic characters in a wheat cross



Crop Science 26(6): 1158-1162



A cross was made between Glenlea, a photoperiod insensitive, tall, awnletted cultivar, and Era, a photoperiod sensitive, semidwarf (Rht2) awned cultivar. A random sample of F6 lines was generated by a single seed descent procedure and tested for response to a 10 h photoperiod. The results indicated that a single gene was segregating for photoperiod response.

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