Genetic basis of barley caryopsis dormancy and seedling desiccation tolerance at the germination stage

@article{Zhang2004GeneticBO,
  title={Genetic basis of barley caryopsis dormancy and seedling desiccation tolerance at the germination stage},
  author={Fan Zhang and Guoxiong Chen and Qingyang Huang and Ori Orion and Tamar Krugman and Tzion Fahima and Abraham B. Korol and Eviatar Nevo and Yitzchak Gutterman},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={110},
  pages={445-453}
}
The genomic regions controlling caryopsis dormancy and seedling desiccation tolerance were identified using 152 F4 lines derived from a cross between Mona, a Swedish cultivar, and an Israeli xeric wild barley Hordeum spontaneum genotype collected at Wadi Qilt, Israel. Dormancy, the inability of a viable seed to germinate, and desiccation tolerance, the ability of the desiccated seedlings to revive after rehydration, were characterized by fitting the germination and revival data with growth… CONTINUE READING

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