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Impact of osmotic stress on physiological and biochemical characteristics in drought-susceptible and drought-resistant wheat genotypes
- I. Marcińska, I. Czyczyło-Mysza, +9 authors S. Quarrie
- BiologyActa Physiologiae Plantarum
- 1 February 2013
The level of osmotic stress defined in this study as most suitable for differentiating drought resistance of wheat genotypes will be used in further research for genetic characterization of this trait in wheat through QTL analysis of mapping population of doubled haploid lines derived from CS and SQ1.
Quantitative trait loci for leaf chlorophyll fluorescence parameters, chlorophyll and carotenoid contents in relation to biomass and yield in bread wheat and their chromosome deletion bin assignments
The environment was shown to dominate in determining expression of genes for CF traits including chlorophyll content and grain weight per ear, and the existing genetic map was extended to 920 loci by adding Diversity Arrays Technology markers.
Mapping QTLs for yield components and chlorophyll a fluorescence parameters in wheat under three levels of water availability
The genetic control of yield, NG and FC varied considerably between drought-stressed and non-Stressed plants.
Prospects of androgenetic induction in Lupinus spp.
- E. Skrzypek, I. Czyczyło-Mysza, I. Marcińska, M. Wędzony
- BiologyPlant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture
- 24 May 2008
Despite various combinations of media tested, plant regeneration was not obtained from anther derived callus and better viability of androgenetic structures was obtained when donor plants had grown under field as opposed to greenhouse conditions.
Alleviation of Osmotic Stress Effects by Exogenous Application of Salicylic or Abscisic Acid on Wheat Seedlings
- I. Marcińska, I. Czyczyło-Mysza, +9 authors S. Grzesiak
- Chemistry, MedicineInternational journal of molecular sciences
- 26 June 2013
SA and ABA ameliorate, particularly in the tolerant wheat cultivar, the harmful effects and after effects of osmotic stress induced by PEG in hydroponics through better osmosis adjustment achieved by an increase in proline and carbohydrate content as well as by a increase in antioxidant activity.
Quantitative trait loci associated with androgenic responsiveness in triticale (×Triticosecale Wittm.) anther culture
Quantitative trait loci associated with androgenic responsiveness in triticale were analyzed using a population of 90 DH lines derived from the F1 cross between inbred line ‘Saka 3006’ and cv, indicating that markers located in these regions are potentially useful for triticalse breeding through marker-assisted selection.
Production of double haploids in oat (Avena sativa L.) by pollination with maize (Zea mays L.)
- I. Marcińska, A. Nowakowska, E. Skrzypek, I. Czyczyło-Mysza
- BiologyCentral European Journal of Biology
- 1 March 2013
A strong significant difference in the number of germinating embryos and haploid plants was observed between the kind of regenerating medium used and there were no albino plants and all the obtained plants were haploid.
Exogenous Polyamines Only Indirectly Induce Stress Tolerance in Wheat Growing in Hydroponic Culture under Polyethylene Glycol-Induced Osmotic Stress
Increased accumulation of antioxidants in the resistant CS in response to stress after the application of PAs confirms the hypothesis that PAs are involved in the signaling pathway determining the antioxidative response and the tolerance of wheat plants to drought stress.
Identification of QTLs associated with albino plant formation and some new facts concerning green versus albino ratio determinants in triticale (×Triticosecale Wittm.) anther culture
- M. Krzewska, I. Czyczyło-Mysza, E. Dubas, G. Gołębiowska-Pikania, I. Żur
- 15 July 2015
Revealed associations between albino/green plant regeneration ability and analyzed traits may suggest that some level of oxidative stress is necessary for transition from a non-photosynthetic proplastids to the functional chloroplasts.
Conversion of oat (Avena sativa L.) haploid embryos into plants in relation to embryo developmental stage and regeneration media
- Angelika Noga, E. Skrzypek, +8 authors Krystyna Werwińska
- Biology, MedicineIn Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant
- 4 November 2016
Germination of oat haploid embryos varied depending on growth regulators in the regeneration medium, and fifty oat DH lines obtained after colchicine treatment converted into haploid plants.