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Drought effect on stomatal density in wheat genotypes originating from different parts of the world.
Kastori R. et al. 
It was found that stomatal density in the studied wheat genotypes ranged widely: in control plants it ranged from 44.0 to 82.0/square mm and from 31.0 to 63.0/square mm on upper and lower leaflet, respectively. The number of stomata in the plants exposed to drought ranged from 54.0 to 102.0/square mm and from 36.0 to 72.0/square mm on upper and lower leaflet, respectively. Under the conditions ...
SUBJECT: stomata; triticum; drought; genotypes; estoma
POSTED TO: Zbornik radova Naucni institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo [0351-4781]
Variability, gene effects and inheritance of harvest index in crosses of wheat genotypes with different Rht genes
Dencic, S. et al. 
The objective of this study were to investigate the variability, gene effects and mode of inheritance of harvest index in the crosses of wheat genotypes carring different Rht genes. The parents used in the crosses were Siete Cerros (Rht-B1b), Aobakomughi (Rht-D1b), tom Thumb (Rht-B1c), Ai-bian (Rht-D1c), Sava (rht 8) and Bankuty 1205 (rht). The data recorded for the F1 and F2 generations sugge ...
SUBJECT: heredite; triticum aestivum; genes; gene; harvest index
POSTED TO: (Cereal Research Communications)(Hungary) [0133-3720]
Kobiljski, B. et al. 
In this paper, the effect of spike size on yield components and grain yielding wheat was observed in four different groups of genotypes: 1) foreing high-yielding genotypes, 2) old NS cultivars (developed at Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, and recognized between 1970 and 1989), 3) new NS cultivars (recognized between 1992 and 1996) and 4) most promising NS lines.
SUBJECT: composante de rendement; rendement des cultures; granos; yugoslavia; yield components
POSTED TO: Plant Breeding and Seed Production [0354-5881]
The Maintenance and Exploitation of ex situ Genebank Collections – Association Mapping for Flowering Time in Wheat
Andreas Börner et al. [2010-09-22]
It is estimated that world-wide existing germplasm collections contain about 7.4 million accessions of plant genetic resources. Wheat (Triticum and Aegilops) represents the biggest group with about 900,000 accessions. One of the largest ex situ genebanks worldwide is located at the Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research in Gatersleben, Germany. This collection comprises wi ...
SUBJECT: flowering time; association mapping; ex situ collections; wheat; genetic resources
POSTED TO: Agriculturae Conspectus Scientificus (ACS) [1331-7776]
Börner A. et al. [2012-]
Plant genetic resources play a major role for global food security. The most significant and widespread mean of conserving plant genetic resources is ex situ conservation. Most conserved accessions are kept in specialized facilities known as genebanks maintained by public or private institutions. World-wide 7.4 million accessions are stored in about 1,500 ex situ genebanks.In addition, series ...
SUBJECT: planting stock; resources
POSTED TO: Journal of Stress Physiology & Biochemistry [1997-0838]