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Transfer of useful germplasm from Elymus giganteus L. to common wheat. II. Cytogenetics and scab resistance of backcross derivatives



Transfer of useful germplasm from Elymus giganteus L. to common wheat. II. Cytogenetics and scab resistance of backcross derivatives



Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University 14(2): 1-5



The BC1 and BC2 from the cross wheat Chinese Spring X E. giganteus had fertilities of 2.7 and 21.2%, respectively, and the BC2F1 showed partial fertility, with 5232 seeds being produced by 56 plants under open pollination. Chromosome numbers were 54-56, 40-53 and 39-52 in the BC1, BC2F1 and BC2F2, respectively.

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