Mapping quantitative trait loci controlling common bunt resistance in a doubled haploid population derived from the spring wheat cross RL4452 × AC Domain

@article{Fofana2007MappingQT,
  title={Mapping quantitative trait loci controlling common bunt resistance in a doubled haploid population derived from the spring wheat cross RL4452 × AC Domain},
  author={Bourlaye Fofana and D. Gavin Humphreys and Sylvie Cloutier and Curt A McCartney and Daryl J. Somers},
  journal={Molecular Breeding},
  year={2007},
  volume={21},
  pages={317-325}
}
Wheat resistance to common bunt is a highly desirable trait for environmentally friendly grain grade protection. Valuable breeding achievements have been made to develop wheat varieties with enhanced resistance to the disease, and mapping of race-specific resistance genes has been reported. However, less is known of the chromosomal regions that control non-race specific resistance to common bunt. In this study, we have characterized a segregating population of 185 doubled haploid spring wheat… CONTINUE READING
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