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Use of the potential of genetic diversity in radiation mutants of wheat



Use of the potential of genetic diversity in radiation mutants of wheat



Ekologo geneticheskie posledstviya vozdeistviya na okruzhayushchuyu sredu antropogennykh faktorov: 86-87



By treating grain of Mironovskaya 808 with gamma rays at 100 and 150 Gy and treating growing plants of the same variety with X rays at 3, 5 and 10 Gy, mutations affecting a range of quantitative and qualitative traits were induced, including height, leaf blade width, grain protein content, ear characters and disease resistance. Some of the mutants were taxonomically important, belonging to different botanical varieties.

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