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Introgression of genes controlling the biosynthesis of gluten-forming proteins from wild species into wheat and their effect on grain quality


, : Introgression of genes controlling the biosynthesis of gluten-forming proteins from wild species into wheat and their effect on grain quality. Tsitologiya i Genetika 27(3): 8-14

Data are presented from a study of grain quality in the 88 highest-yielding hybrids obtained by crossing bread wheat Odesskaya Polukarlikovaya with Aegilops cylindrica and with Triticum dicoccoides and by crossing bread wheat Obrii with wheat-Aegilops amphidiploid Avrolata (genome formula AABBUU). The hybrids were studied in the BC1F4. The introgressed genotypes showed a wide variability in grain quality traits of breeding value.

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