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Inheritance of reaction to stem rust in crosses between certain Vulgare spring Wheats



Inheritance of reaction to stem rust in crosses between certain Vulgare spring Wheats



Diss. Abstr, 21: 7, 1696-1697



Wheat seedling reaction to race 15B of P. graminis seemed, at Univ. Minn., to be conditioned by 4 factors, A from Frontana, D and E from Kenya 58, and D, E, and G from Mayo 54. A and D acted as additive or partially dominant genes and governed an intermediate reaction; heterozygotes were occasionally susceptible. Recessive E governed a higher resistance type than D or A; G only slightly affected reaction to race 15s, but modified the reaction governed by D.

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