Diallel analysis of androgenetic plant production in hexaploid Triticale (X. triticosecale, Wittmack)

@article{Charmet2004DiallelAO,
  title={Diallel analysis of androgenetic plant production in hexaploid Triticale (X. triticosecale, Wittmack)},
  author={Gilles Charmet and S. Bernard},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={69},
  pages={55-61}
}
SummaryStudies were made on the genetic determination of androgenetic plant yield and its two components: embryo production and green plant regeneration. This involved the analysis of a complete 7×7 diallel cross of 4 androgenetic lines and 3 lines obtained by pedigree selection, one of them having the Triticum timopheevi cytoplasm. The three traits analysed are both heritable and environmentally influenced (by season and culture medium composition). The analysis of embryo production shows a… 
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