Genetic variation for waterlogging tolerance in the Triticeae and the chromosomal location of genes conferring waterlogging tolerance in Thinopyrum elongatum.

@article{Taeb1993GeneticVF,
  title={Genetic variation for waterlogging tolerance in the Triticeae and the chromosomal location of genes conferring waterlogging tolerance in Thinopyrum elongatum.},
  author={M Taeb and Robert M. D. Koebner and Brian Peter Forster},
  journal={Genome},
  year={1993},
  volume={36 5},
  pages={825-30}
}
A number of Triticeae species were tested for tiller production, shoot dry matter production, and root penetration in waterlogged soil, and Thinopyrum elongatum and Elytrigia repens were shown to have better tolerance than wheat using these criteria. Tests of a number of wheat-alien amphiploids showed that there was at least partial expression of this… CONTINUE READING