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Pyramiding two genes for leaf rust and powdery mildew resistance in common wheat
TLDR
The marker-assisted selection and pathology test allowed us to obtain homozygous lines carrying two resistance genes to leaf rust and powdery mildew in winter wheat.
Resistance to Powdery Mildew in Barley Recombinant Lines Derived from Crosses between Hordeum vulgare and Hordeum bulbosum
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Barley recombinant lines obtained from crosses and backcrosses of common barley cultivars Emir and Golden Promise with bulbosus barley grass with H. bulbosum L.
Lr39 + Pm21: a new effective combination of resistance genes for leaf rust and powdery mildew in wheat.
Pietrusinska A., Czembor P.Cz., Czembor J.H . (2013): Lr39 + Pm21: a new effective combination of resistance
Diploid potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) as a model crop to study transgene expression
TLDR
A method of Agrobacterium-mediated transformation for two diploid breeding lines of potato is presented, and a detailed analysis of reporter gene expression is given, which shows GUS expression was strongest in multi-copy transgenic plants where gus was under Act1.
Mapping resistance gene to leaf rust in wheat line KSWGRC11 using Quantitative Bulked Segregant Analysis and DArT platform
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According to the preliminary mapping neither 1D nor 2D harbor resistance gene to leaf rust in line KSWGRC11, and based upon novel marker technology DArT and quantitative bulked segregant analysis the authors can conclude that resistance is conditioned by a gene located on chromosome 3D.
Cell Wall Properties Determine Genotype-Specific Response to Cold in Miscanthus × giganteus Plants
The cell wall plays a crucial role in plant growth and development, including in response to environmental factors, mainly through significant biochemical and biomechanical plasticity. The
Characteristics of powdery mildew and its importance for wheat grown in Poland
TLDR
Powdery mildew of grasses and cereals (Blumeria graminis) is a fungal plant disease which is caused by species of fungi from the Erysiphaceae order and requires monitoring and chemical control practically in every vegetation season.