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Despite technological advances such as improved crop varieties and irrigation systems, weather and climate are the most significant factors in determining plant growth and productivity. In this paper the recent knowledge concerning these issues is briefly summarized, especially the possible effects of projected temperatures, rainfalls and CO2 concentrations on future yield performance of major ...

SUBJECT: dioxido de carbono; caracteristicas agronomicas; triticum aestivum; temperature ambiante; risposta della pianta

POSTED TO: Journal of Genetics & Breeding (Italy) [0394-9257]

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In this paper wheat breeding in Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops in Novi Sad, Serbia, have been analyzed. During the period form the founding of the Institute, 1938 to 2008, 373 cultivar of small grains have been developed. Several of the cultivar have registered in foreign countries. During the mentioned period Novi Sad's wheat cultivars were dominant in the production of former Yugosla ...

SUBJECT: amalioration des plantes; plant breeding; yugoslavia; culture d'hiver; yougoslavie

POSTED TO: Plant Breeding and Seed Production [0354-5881]

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Molecular evaluation of genetic variability of wheat elite breeding material

Brbaklić, Lj., Institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo et al. [2009]

Estimation of genetic variability of breeding material is essential for yield improvement in wheat cultivars. Modern techniques based on molecular markers application are more efficient and precise in genetic variability evaluation then conventional methods. Variability of 96 wheat cultivars and lines was analyzed using four microsatellite markers (Gwm11, Gwm428, Psp3200, Psp3071). The markers ...

SUBJECT: haxaploadie; triticum aestivum; variacian genatica; genetic variation; microsatellites

POSTED TO: Plant Breeding and Seed Production [0354-5881]

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Response of wheat (Triticum aestivum, L.) genotypes to excess boron in vitro culture

Kondić-Špika, A., Institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo et al. [2010]

SUBJECT: triticum aestivum; boro; in vitro culture; genotypes; ganotype

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SUBJECT: research institutions; germplasm collections; genotypes; ganotype; collection de matariel ganatique

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Doubled haploid (DH) mapping populations are suitable material for genetic analysis of quantitative trait loci (QTL). In order to detect loci associated with heading and flowering time in our agro-climate region, 177 lines of DH population Savana/Renesansa were analysed with five microsatellite markers (GWM18, GWM194, GWM261, PSP3071 and PSP3200). These lines were also evaluated for heading an ...

SUBJECT: anailisis de la regresian; heading; espigueo; floraison; regression analysis

POSTED TO: Field and Vegetable Crops Research [1821-3944]

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Association analysis between microsatellite markers and agronomically important traits in wheat

Brbaklić, Lj., Institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo et al. [2010]

Association analysis is a new approach in wheat genetic studies that enables a more successful implementation of marker assisted selection (MAS) in breeding programs. In this paper, 96 hexaploid wheat genotypes were used for phenotype evaluation during two years, and molecular analysis using four microsatellite markers (Simple Sequence Repeat - SSR), aiming at establishing association between ...

SUBJECT: polimorfismo; polymorphism; marqueur ganatique; caracterasticas agronamicas; microsatellites

POSTED TO: Field and Vegetable Crops Research [1821-3944]

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The aim of this paper was to analyze associations between microsatellite marker GWM261 and four agronomically important traits in wheat: heading, flowering, stem height and spike length. Phenotypic and molecular evaluations of 177 lines of Savannah/Renesansa mapping population and 96 genotypes relevant for wheat breeding were conducted. Statistically significant associations between marker GWM ...

SUBJECT: microsatellites; triticum; agronomic characters; microsatellite; caractare agronomique

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Wheat genetic resources - how to exploit?

Boerner, A., Leibniz Inst. of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research et al. [dec2011]

It is estimated that world-wide existing germplasm collections contain about 7.5 million accessions of plant genetic resources for food and agriculture. Wheat (Triticum and Aegilops) represents the biggest group comprising 900 000 accessions. However, such a huge number of accessions is hindering a successful exploitation of the germplasm. The creation of core collections representing a wide s ...

SUBJECT: marcadores geneticos; carte genetique; floraison; rendement des cultures; genetic resources

POSTED TO: Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding - UZEI (Czech Republic) [1212-1975]

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Detection of QTLs for important agronomical traits in hexaploid wheat using association analysis

Brbaklic, L., Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops et al. [jan2013]

One of the main wheat breeder's goals is determining specific genomic regions which control important agronomical traits. Association analysis is a new strategy with high resolution in plant molecular breeding that could be used to improve the efficiency of marker assisted selection (MAS) for finding important QTLs (quantitative trait loci) or genes. A set of 96 diverse wheat genotypes was phe ...

SUBJECT: triticum aestivum; electrophorese; caractere agronomique; heterozygotes; plant breeding

POSTED TO: Czech Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding (Czech Republic) [1212-1975]