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The interaction of genetically controlled crossability in wheat triticum aestivum and rye secale cereale


The interaction of genetically controlled crossability in wheat triticum aestivum and rye secale cereale



Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 23(1): 27-32



A random sample of 9 inbred (S8) rye lines (S. cereale L.) exhibited significant differences in crossability with several wheat (T. aestivum L.) lines. Results obtained from crosses among selected wheat and rye lines indicate that the crossability system in rye may interact with the Kr loci controlling intergeneric crossability in wheat. Certain rye lines are capable of partially circumventing one or both of the known crossability inhibitor genes in homozygous wheat lines. Crossability in rye apparently is simply inherited with high crossability being dominant.

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