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Molecular markers and doubled haploids in European plant breeding programmes
The breeding companies and laboratories involved in this article cover a wide range of crops grown in the temperate climate zone: small grain cereals, oilseed crops, forage crops, turf, vegetablesExpand
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SNP diversity within and among Brassica rapa accessions reveals no geographic differentiation.
Genetic diversity was studied in a collection of 61 accessions of Brassica rapa, which were mostly oil-type turnip rapes but also included two oil-type subsp. dichotoma and five subsp. trilocularisExpand
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A doubled haploid rye linkage map with a QTL affecting α-amylase activity
A rye doubled haploid (DH) mapping population (Amilo × Voima) segregating for pre-harvest sprouting (PHS) was generated through anther culture of F1 plants. A linkage map was constructed using DHs,Expand
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Tagging the dwarfing gene Ddw1 in a rye population derived from doubled haploid parents
To prevent lodging and sprouting damage in rye, a dominant dwarfing gene, Ddw1, has been incorporated into breeding lines to reduce plant height in Finland. However, the inability to identifyExpand
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The effect of cold and heat treatments on the anther culture response of diverse rye genotypes
Rye is generally a recalcitrant species in anther culture, although relatively high green plant regeneration rates have been reported for some cultivars. Pre- and post-plating stress treatments andExpand
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Protocol for rye anther culture
Rye (Secale cereale L.) is a cross-pollinated cereal, which has a strong self-incompatibility system. Population varieties of rye are highly heterozygous. Genes for self-fertility can, however, beExpand
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Rye doubled haploids as a research and breeding tool – a practical point of view
Doubled haploid (DH) plants were produced using anther culture from out-crossing rye, including breeders' lines, cultivars and F 1 plants with DH parents, to examine the feasibility of using the DHExpand
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Rye doubled haploids : production and use in mapping studies
Tenhola-Roininen, Teija Rye doubled haploids – production and use in mapping studies Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä, 2009, 93 p. (Jyväskylä Studies in Biological and Environmental Science ISSNExpand
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Fine-mapping of the Rpt5 net blotch resistance gene region in barley
The net blotch disease, caused by the Pyrenophora teres f. teres, is one of the most important fungal diseases of barley (Hordeum vulgare) in Finland. During testing of a collection of barleyExpand
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