Multiplex-PCR typing of high molecular weight glutenin alleles in wheat

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In Australian commercial cultivars, each high molecular weight glutenin (Glu-1) homoeologous locus consists of one of two predominant alleles: Glu-A1a (subunit Ax1) or Glu-A1b (subunit Ax2*) at the GluA1 locus, Glu-B1b (Bx7 and By8 subunits) or Glu-B1i (Bx17 and By18 subunits) at the Glu-B1 locus, and Glu-D1d (Dx5 and Dy10 subunits) or Glu-D1a (Dx2 and Dy12… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/A:1026191918704

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@article{Ma2004MultiplexPCRTO, title={Multiplex-PCR typing of high molecular weight glutenin alleles in wheat}, author={W. Ma and W. Zhang and Kevin Gale}, journal={Euphytica}, year={2004}, volume={134}, pages={51-60} }