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Population biology and evaluation of genetic resources of Dasypyrum villosum



Population biology and evaluation of genetic resources of Dasypyrum villosum



Biodiversity and wheat improvement: 227-233



D. villosum has been the subject of considerable interspecific hybridization studies with cultivated tetraploid and hexaploid wheat and Secale and Aegilops species. The population biology and evaluation of D. villosum genetic resources is discussed under the following section headings: potentially useful traits; isoenzyme loci; population biology, including distribution and sampling, mating system, allelic diversity and quantitative trait diversity; and evaluation and conservation.

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