Development of high yielding IR64 × Oryza rufipogon (Griff.) introgression lines and identification of introgressed alien chromosome segments using SSR markers

@article{Cheema2007DevelopmentOH,
  title={Development of high yielding IR64 × Oryza rufipogon (Griff.) introgression lines and identification of introgressed alien chromosome segments using SSR markers},
  author={Kuljit Kaur Cheema and Navtej Singh Bains and Gurjit S. Mangat and Aparna Das and Yogesh Vikal and Darshan Singh Brar and Gurdev Singh Khush and Kuldeep Singh},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2007},
  volume={160},
  pages={401-409}
}
Modern rice varieties that ushered in the green revolution brought about dramatic increase in rice production worldwide but at the cost of genetic diversity at the farmers’ fields. The wild species germplasm can be used for broadening the genetic base and improving productivity. Mining of alleles at productivity QTL from related wild species under simultaneous backcrossing and evaluation, accompanied by molecular marker analysis has emerged as an effective plant breeding strategy for… CONTINUE READING
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