Quantitative trait loci conferring grain mineral nutrient concentrations in durum wheat × wild emmer wheat RIL population

  title={Quantitative trait loci conferring grain mineral nutrient concentrations in durum wheat × wild emmer wheat RIL population},
  author={Zvi Peleg and Ismail Cakmak and Levent Ozturk and Atilla Yazici and Yan Jun and Hikmet Budak and Abraham B. Korol and Tzion Fahima and Yehoshua Saranga},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
Mineral nutrient malnutrition, and particularly deficiency in zinc and iron, afflicts over 3 billion people worldwide. Wild emmer wheat, Triticum turgidum ssp. dicoccoides, genepool harbors a rich allelic repertoire for mineral nutrients in the grain. The genetic and physiological basis of grain protein, micronutrients (zinc, iron, copper and manganese) and macronutrients (calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and sulfur) concentration was studied in tetraploid wheat population of 152… CONTINUE READING
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