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Gene locations and number of genes for heading date and grain weight in wheat, using reciprocal chromosome substitution lines



Gene locations and number of genes for heading date and grain weight in wheat, using reciprocal chromosome substitution lines



Iranian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 32(2): 355-365



To identify genes in wheat (Triticum aestivum), the first step is to detect chromosomes that carry interesting traits. To identify chromosomes involved in heading date and grain weight, reciprocal sets of chromosome substitution lines in duplicate between two winter wheat cultivars, Cheyenne and Wichita, were used. Heading dates were recorded when 50% of the plants in a plot had spike emergence. Heading date was considered as the number of days from an arbitrary date to the time of heading.

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