Breeding oats for high yield and for resistance to crown rust in India

@article{Ahmad2004BreedingOF,
  title={Breeding oats for high yield and for resistance to crown rust in India},
  author={S. T. Ahmad},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={351-356}
}
SummaryThe progenies of the crosses Landhafer × Punjab local, ag 331 × Punjab local and Gopher × Curt were studied in relation to their resistance against the most virulent race 227 of crown rust and their yield performance. Landhafer was found to possess one dominant gene for resistance to this race, while the oat cultivar ag 331 had two, Gopher had only one gene for resistance, the expression of which was suppressed by an inherent inhibitory factor. The few selected fixed lines of these… Expand

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