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Speed breeding is a powerful tool to accelerate crop research and breeding
The growing human population and a changing environment have raised significant concern for global food security, with the current improvement rate of several important crops inadequate to meetExpand
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TEOSINTE BRANCHED1 Regulates Inflorescence Architecture and Development in Bread Wheat (Triticum aestivum)[OPEN]
An ortholog of TEOSINTE BRANCHED1 regulates inflorescence architecture and developmental rate in bread wheat in a dosage-dependent manner. The flowers of major cereals are arranged on reproductiveExpand
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Multiple light inputs to a simple clock circuit allow complex biological rhythms
Circadian clocks are biological timekeepers that allow living cells to time their activity in anticipation of predictable environmental changes. Detailed understanding of the circadian network ofExpand
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Multi-parent populations in crops: a toolbox integrating genomics and genetic mapping with breeding
Crop populations derived from experimental crosses enable the genetic dissection of complex traits and support modern plant breeding. Among these, multi-parent populations now play a central role. ByExpand
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Effects of ambient temperature in association with photoperiod on phenology and on the expressions of major plant developmental genes in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).
In addition to its role in vernalization, temperature is an important environmental stimulus in determining plant growth and development. We used factorial combinations of two photoperiods (16H, 12H)Expand
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Identification of Earliness Per Se Flowering Time Locus in Spring Wheat through a Genome-Wide Association Study
Identification of earliness per se (Eps) flowering time loci in spring wheat are troublesome due to confounding effects of vernalization and photoperiod responses. The Wheat Association MappingExpand
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TEOSINTE BRANCHED1 regulates height and stem internode length in bread wheat
Increased dosage of TB1 reduces height and stem internode length in bread wheat without affecting coleoptile length.
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Developmental responses of bread wheat to changes in ambient temperature following deletion of a locus that includes FLOWERING LOCUS T1
Abstract FLOWERING LOCUS T (FT) is a central integrator of environmental signals that regulates the timing of vegetative to reproductive transition in flowering plants. In model plants, theseExpand
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VERNALIZATION1 controls developmental responses of winter wheat under high ambient temperatures
ABSTRACT Low temperatures are required to regulate the transition from vegetative to reproductive growth via a pathway called vernalization. In wheat, vernalization predominantly involves the coldExpand
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Speed breeding: a powerful tool to accelerate crop research and breeding
The growing human population and a changing environment have raised significant concern for global food security, with the current improvement rate of several important crops inadequate to meetExpand
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