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Genetic dissection of grain yield in bread wheat. I. QTL analysis
Grain yield forms one of the key economic drivers behind a successful wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cropping enterprise and is consequently a major target for wheat breeding programmes. However, dueExpand
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Genetic dissection of grain yield in bread wheat. II. QTL-by-environment interaction
The grain yield of wheat is influenced by genotype, environment and genotype-by-environment interaction. A mapping population consisting of 182 doubled haploid progeny derived from a cross betweenExpand
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Puroindoline genes and their effects on grain quality traits in southern Australian wheat cultivars
Grain hardness is a major determinant of the classification and end-use of wheat. Two genes, Pina-D1 and Pinb-D1, have a major effect on this trait, so for wheat breeding programs it is important toExpand
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Implementation of markers in Australian wheat breeding
Genetic associations of morphological, biochemical, and DNA markers with economically important traits can be used for indirect selection of the traits. Chromosomal linkage between pseudo-black chaffExpand
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The influences of genotype, environment, and genotype×environment interaction on wheat quality
Knowledge of the relative contributions of genotype (G), environment (E), and genotype and environment interaction (G × E) effects on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) quality leads to more effectiveExpand
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Estimation and utilisation of glutenin gene effects from the analysis of unbalanced data from wheat breeding programs
Glutenins are a major determinant of dough characteristics in wheat. These proteins are determined by genes at 6 loci (Glu genes), with multiple alleles present in most breeding programs. This studyExpand
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Environmental effects on seed composition of Victorian canola
Data from advanced breeding experiments between 1985 and 1994 were used to determine the effects of region, year and environment on the quality of canola grown across Victoria. Estimates from theseExpand
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Ppd-B1 and Ppd-D1 and their effects in southern Australian wheat
Abstract. Photoperiod and vernalisation genes are important for the adaptation of wheat to variable environments. Previously, using diagnostic markers and a large, unbalanced dataset from southernExpand
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Diagnostic DNA markers for cereal cyst nematode resistance in bread wheat
The development of cultivars resistant to cereal cyst nematode (CCN) is a primary objective in wheat breeding in the southern wheatbelt of Australia. Nine CCN resistance genes have been identified inExpand
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