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Natural Cross‐Pollination in Diploid and Autotetraploid Soybeans 1
Avena magna: An Important New Tetraploid Species of Oats
- H. C. Murphy, K. Sadanaga, F. Zillinsky, E. E. Terrell, R. Smith
- Biology, Medicine
- 5 January 1968
Avena magna is a new tetraploid species morphologically similar to the hexaploid A. sterilis, having a high concentration of protein, large caryopses, and outstanding resistance to crown rust. One… Expand
Transfer of crown rust resistance of diploid and tetraploid species to hexaploid Oats.
CYTOLOGY OF THREE SPECIES OF HELICTOTRICHON
- K. Sadanaga
- 1 September 1962
The three Helictotrichon species reported in this paper are included among the winter-hardy perennials formerly classified under the genus Avem. Such classification and the fact that both genera are… Expand
Cytogenetics of a Crown Rust-Resistant Hexaploid Oat with 42 + 2 Fragment Chromosomes 1
INHERITANCE OF LEAF PEROXIDASES IN OATS
Starch gel electrophoresis of leaves of diploid, tetraploid, and hexaploid wild species as well as hexaploid cultivars and mutants of oats (Avena) disclosed several faint and three stable peroxidas...
Locating the w1 Locus on the Satellite Chromosome in Soybean1
Chromosome Associations in Triploid, Tetraploid, and Pentaploid Hybrids of Avena magna (2n=28)1
Rust-Resistant Tetraploid Derivatives from Crosses between Avena Abyssinica and A. Strigosa 1
ONE of the major objectives of oat improvement is to incorporate adequate resistance to crown and stem rust (caused by Puccinia coronata Cda. var. avenae Fraser & Led. and P. graminis Pers. f. sp… Expand