Exploring wheat landraces for rust resistance using a single marker scan

@article{Bansal2013ExploringWL,
  title={Exploring wheat landraces for rust resistance using a single marker scan},
  author={Urmil K Bansal and Vivi Noviati Arief and I. H. Delacy and Harbans Bariana},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2013},
  volume={194},
  pages={219-233}
}
Marker-trait associations identified in diverse germplasm can be exploited in crop improvement programs. An attempt to establish such associations was made by evaluating 205 wheat landraces for stripe rust, leaf rust and stem rust responses in the field over three crop seasons. Diversity arrays technology was used to genotype the landraces and associations were identified using a single-marker scan. Sixty-eight markers were significantly associated with rust resistance. Several significantly… CONTINUE READING
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