Conserved regulatory elements identified from a comparative puroindoline gene sequence survey of Triticum and Aegilops diploid taxa

@inproceedings{Simeone2006ConservedRE,
  title={Conserved regulatory elements identified from a comparative puroindoline gene sequence survey of Triticum and Aegilops diploid taxa},
  author={Marco Cosimo Simeone and Kristene R. Gedye and Roberta J. Mason-Gamer and Bikram S. Gill and Craig F Morris},
  year={2006}
}
Kernel texture (‘hardness’) is an important trait that determines end-use quality of wheat (Triticum aestivum L. and Triticum turgidum ssp. durum [Desf.] Husn.). Variation in texture is associated with the presence/absence or sequence polymorphism of two proteins, puroindoline a and puroindoline b. This work describes the flanking and coding region sequences of puroindoline genes from 25 accessions representing wild diploid taxa of the Triticeae related to the three genomes of T. aestivum… CONTINUE READING
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