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Estimation of the response to anther culturing in 60 genotypes of different wheat species

Plant Breeding 111(4): 339-342
Estimation of the response to anther culturing in 60 genotypes of different wheat species
Sixty genotypes of different wheat species (30 cultivars of common wheat, 12 durum wheat and 18 wild wheat relatives) were estimated for response to anther culturing and capability of plant regeneration. The 4% level of responding anthers out of the total number of anthers cultured was proposed as the criterion for genotype fitness for breeding with the aid of anther culture. Among common wheat cultivars, 13 exceeded this level. Among durum wheat, none of the genotypes investigated exceeded the 4 % level. Among other species, 5 cultivars of T. dicoccum as well as T. petropavlovsky and T. dicoccoides spont. exceeded the 4% value.

Accession: 002373487

DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0523.1993.tb00652.x

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