Gibberellic acid insensitive dwarfing genes in Southern European wheats

  title={Gibberellic acid insensitive dwarfing genes in Southern European wheats},
  author={Anthony John Worland},
Commercial wheat varieties from nine European countries were surveyed for the presence of Norin 10 GA insensitive dwarfing genes. The spread of such genes was shown to be limited to areas where they would not be subjected to high temperatures at a critical growth stage. A new weaker source of GA insensitivity, the variety Saitama 27 was detected and shown to occur in varieties from six of the nine countries surveyed. 
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