Mapping QTLs for yield components and chlorophyll a fluorescence parameters in wheat under three levels of water availability

@article{CzyczyoMysza2011MappingQF,
  title={Mapping QTLs for yield components and chlorophyll a fluorescence parameters in wheat under three levels of water availability},
  author={Ilona Mieczysława Czyczyło-Mysza and Izabela Marcińska and Edyta Skrzypek and Małgorzata Chrupek and Stanisław Grzesiak and Tomasz Hura and Stefan Stojałowski and Beata Myśk{\'o}w and Paweł Milczarski and Stephen Alexander Quarrie},
  journal={Plant Genetic Resources},
  year={2011},
  volume={9},
  pages={291 - 295}
}
Drought is one of the major factors limiting wheat yield in many developing countries worldwide. Parameters of chlorophyll a fluorescence kinetics under drought stress conditions have been used to characterize dehydration tolerance in wheat. In the present study, a set of 94 doubled haploid lines obtained from Chinese Spring × SQ1 (CSDH), mapped with 450 markers, was evaluated for yield (grain dry weight/main stem ear), number of grains/main stem ear (NG) and chlorophyll a fluorescence… 
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