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Increasing genetic variability in common wheat by utilization of alien cytoplasms - cytoplasmic effects on the performance and interplant variability of the F1 and F2 generations of the cross, Triticum aestivum cv. Chinese Spring X cv. Norin 61






Japanese Journal of Breeding 37(1): 29-39

Increasing genetic variability in common wheat by utilization of alien cytoplasms - cytoplasmic effects on the performance and interplant variability of the F1 and F2 generations of the cross, Triticum aestivum cv. Chinese Spring X cv. Norin 61

Euplasmic Chinese Spring (CS) and alloplasmic CS lines with fertile cytoplasms derived from Aegilops squarrosa, A. speltoides, A. kotschyi and A. vavilovii were crossed with euplasmic Norin 61, and the F1 and F2 were studied for 13 agronomic characters. The performances and interplant variabilities of both generations were little affected by any of the Aegilops cytoplasms, although the A. vavilovii cytoplasm was associated with slightly reduced grain set in the F2.


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