Nataliya Trubacheeva

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Alloplasmic lines combining alien nuclear and cytoplasmic genomes are convenient models for studying the mechanisms of nuclear-cytoplasmic compatibility/incompatibility. In the present study, we have investigated the correlation between the characters and state of mitochondrial (mt) and chloroplast (cp) DNA regions in alloplasmic recombinant common wheat(More)
Individual plants from the BC1F6 and BC1F8 backcross progenies of barley-wheat [H. marinum subsp. gussoneanum Hudson (=H. geniculatum All.) (2n = 28) × T. aestivum L. (2n = 42)] and the BC1F6 progeny of their amphiploids were used to obtain alloplasmic euploid (2n = 42) lines L-28, L-29, and L-49 and alloplasmic telocentric addition (2n = 42 + 2t) lines(More)
Using genomic in situ hybidization, among the common wheat cultivars produced in West Siberia (Siberian Research Institute of Agriculture, Omsk) with the involvement of the winter wheat cultivar Kavkaz carrying the wheat-rye 1RS.1BL translocation we identified three cultivars with this translocation: Omskaya 29, Omskaya 37, and Omskaya 38. The protein and(More)
Using RFLP analysis with three probes homologous to specific regions of mitochondrial DNA genes and PCR analysis of the mitochondrial recombining-repeat-sequence 18S/5S region of cereals, five alloplasmic wheat lines of different origin and fertility expression were studied. These lines are self-pollinated progeny of BC1-BC4 generations of barley–wheat(More)
Alloplasmic lines of common wheat with disomic substitution of chromosome 7D for telocentric chromosome 7H1Lmar of barley H. marinum subsp. gussoneanum Hudson were isolated from the plants of generation BC3, produced as a result of backcrossing of barley-wheat hybrids H. marinum subsp. gussoneanum (2n = 28) × T. aestivum (2n = 42), Pyrotrix, cultivar, with(More)
The problems of fertility restoration in the progeny of barley-wheat hybrids (H. vulgare × T. aestivum) are explained by incompatibility between the cytoplasm of cultivated barley and the nuclear genome of common wheat. Appropriate models for studying these problems are alloplasmic lines that combine the cytoplasm of barley and the nuclear genome of wheat.(More)
We studied some features of the development of self-fertile 42-chromosome lines on the base of self-pollination progeny of 46-chromosome plants obtained by backcrossing of barley-wheat hybrids Hordeum marinum subsp. gussoneanum Hudson (= H. geniculatum All.) (2n = 28) × Triticum aestivum L. (2n = 42). The stabilization of karyotypes, resulting in(More)
Lines of the spring common wheat Omskaya 37 were studied, and wheat-rye translocations were determined by genomic in situ hybridization 1RS. 1BL. This translocation was transferred to Omskaya 37 from the wheat cultivar Kavkaz. An assessment of crop productivity, grain quality, and resistance to leaf pathogens in these lines was carried out compared to the(More)
The chromosome composition of the blue-grain line i:S29Ba of the cultivar Saratovskaya 29 was identified by cytological, GISH, and microsatellite analyses and C-banding. It was found that common wheat chromosome 4B of the cultivar Saratovskaya 29 was substituted with the Agropyron elongatum Host. chromosome carrying the gene for blue grain (s:S294Ag(4B))(More)
The states of 18S/5S mitochondrial (mt) repeat and some chloroplast (cp) DNA regions have been investigated in alloplasmic lines of common wheat carrying cytoplasm of the barley species Hordeum marinum subsp. gussoneanum Hudson and H. vulgare L. and in the progenies of the reciprocal hybrids between Triticum aestivum L. and Secale cereale L. The(More)