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Domestication of the protein rich tetra ploid wild oats avena magna and avena murphyi



Domestication of the protein rich tetra ploid wild oats avena magna and avena murphyi



Euphytica 26(1): 221-223



The 1st stage in the domestication of A. magna and A. murphyi was achieved by introducing seed non-shattering from the cultivated hexaploid oats A. sativa. A great variation in the protein content was encountered in the tetraploid domesticated types, and plants having up to 27-31% protein were selected. The potential of these newly domesticated oats in increasing protein yield is briefly discussed; also the significance of the tetraploids A. magna and A. murphyi in improving the protein content of the hexaploid cultivars is stressed.

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