Molecular characterization of vernalization loci VRN1 in wild and cultivated wheats

  title={Molecular characterization of vernalization loci VRN1 in wild and cultivated wheats},
  author={Kseniya A Golovnina and Elena Ya. Kondratenko and Alexander G Blinov and Nikolay P. Goncharov},
  booktitle={BMC Plant Biology},
Variability of the VRN1 promoter region of the unique collection of spring polyploid and wild diploid wheat species together with diploid goatgrasses (donor of B and D genomes of polyploid wheats) were investigated. Accessions of wild diploid (T. boeoticum, T. urartu) and tetraploid (T. araraticum, T. timopheevii) species were studied for the first time. Sequence analysis indicated great variability in the region from -62 to -221 nucleotide positions of the VRN1 promoter region. Different… CONTINUE READING
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