Bread wheat: F1 hybrid performance and parental diversity estimates using molecular markers

@article{Perenzin2004BreadWF,
  title={Bread wheat: F1 hybrid performance and parental diversity estimates using molecular markers},
  author={Maurizio Perenzin and Maria Corbellini and Monica Accerbi and Patrizia Vaccino and Basilio Borghi},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2004},
  volume={100},
  pages={273-279}
}
In wheat, the possibility of introducing F1 seed into practical agriculture has been greatly enhanced by the discovery of effective chemical hybridising agents (CHAs). Although some technical and economic problems concerning the use of CHAs for large-scale production of F1 seed remain to be solved, a first group of F1 hybrids has been submitted for registration in several European countries i.e., France, England and Italy. Combining ability for grain yield and several agronomic and quality… CONTINUE READING
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