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The D genome carries a gene determining purple grain colour in wheat
Previously, it was suggested that purple grain colour was transferred to bread wheat from purple-grained tetraploid T. durum. In the current study, we demonstrated that the D genome of bread wheatExpand
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Microsatellite mapping of complementary genes for purple grain colour in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) L.
Complementary genes for purple grain colour Pp1, Pp2, Pp3 (now designated Pp1, Pp3b, Pp3a, respectively) were mapped using crosses between purple-grained hexaploid wheats ‘Purple Feed’ –Expand
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Molecular mapping of genes determining hairy leaf character in common wheat with respect to other species of the Triticeae
Two major genes controlling leaf pubescence were mapped on chromosomes 4BL (Hl1) and 7BS (Hl2Aesp) in wheat (Saratovskaya 29) and a wheat/Aegilops introgression line (102/00I), respectively, togetherExpand
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Allelic state of the genes conferring purple pigmentation in different wheat organs predetermines transcriptional activity of the anthocyanin biosynthesis structural genes
Abstract In wheat, dominant alleles of the Pc, Plb, Pls, and Pp genes determine purple (red) colour of culm, leaf blades, leaf sheaths, and grain pericarp, respectively. These genes have been mappedExpand
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The development of precise genetic stocks in two wheat cultivars and their use in genetic analysis
SummaryThe results of genetic studies of common wheat that have been conducted in Novosibirsk, Russia, over the past 20 years by a research team are summarized. The research strategy was to develop aExpand
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Genetic analysis of glume colour in common wheat cultivars from the former USSR
Genotypes for the glume colour character have been studied in 27 cultivars of common wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) originated from old landraces, and 1 specimen of T. petropavlovskyi Udacz. etExpand
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[Analysis of isogenic lines of the soft wheat carrying dominant alleles of Bg, Hg, and Rg1 genes using microsatellite and protein markers].
To determine tight linkage between morphological and molecular markers of the first homologous group of chromosomes of common wheat, microsatellite analysis of six near-isogenic lines with markerExpand
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Comparative mapping of genes for glume colouration and pubescence in hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
Microsatellite markers were used to map the major genes Bg (determining black glume colour), Rg1 and Rg3 (red glume), and a locus determining smokey-grey coloured glume to the distal ends of theExpand
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