Multiple QTL-effects of wheat Gpc-B 1 locus on grain protein and micronutrient concentrations

@inproceedings{Distelfelda2006MultipleQO,
  title={Multiple QTL-effects of wheat Gpc-B 1 locus on grain protein and micronutrient concentrations},
  author={Assaf Distelfelda and Ismail Cakmakb and Zvi Pelega and Levent Ozturkb and Atilla M. Yazicib and Hikmet Budakb and Yehoshua Sarangac and Tzion Fahimaa},
  year={2006}
}
  • Assaf Distelfelda, Ismail Cakmakb, +5 authors Tzion Fahimaa
  • Published 2006
doi: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.2006.00841.x Micronutrientmalnutrition afflicts over three billion peopleworldwide and the numbers are continuously increasing. Developing genetically micronutrientenriched cereals, which are the predominant source of human dietary, is essential to alleviate malnutrition worldwide. Wheat chromosome 6B derived fromwild emmerwheat [Triticum turgidum ssp. dicoccoides (Körn.) Thell] was previously reported to be a source for high Zn concentration in the grain. In the… CONTINUE READING
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