QTL detection of seven spike-related traits and their genetic correlations in wheat using two related RIL populations

@article{Cui2011QTLDO,
  title={QTL detection of seven spike-related traits and their genetic correlations in wheat using two related RIL populations},
  author={Fa Cui and Anming Ding and Jun Li and Chunhua Zhao and Lin Wang and Xiuqin Wang and Xiaolei Qi and Xingfeng Li and Guoyu Li and Jurong Gao and Honggang Wang},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2011},
  volume={186},
  pages={177-192}
}
Spike-related traits contribute greatly to grain yield in wheat. To localize wheat chromosomes for factors affecting the seven spike-related traits—i.e., the spike length (SL), the basal sterile spikelet number (BSSN), the top sterile spikelet number (TSSN), the sterile spikelet number in total (SSN), the spikelet number per spike (SPN), the fertile spikelet number (FSN) and the spike density (SD)—two F8:9 recombinant inbred line (RIL) populations were generated. They were derived from crosses… CONTINUE READING
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