Random chromosome elimination in synthetic Triticum-Aegilops amphiploids leads to development of a stable partial amphiploid with high grain micro- and macronutrient content and powdery mildew resistance.

@article{Tiwari2010RandomCE,
  title={Random chromosome elimination in synthetic Triticum-Aegilops amphiploids leads to development of a stable partial amphiploid with high grain micro- and macronutrient content and powdery mildew resistance.},
  author={Vijay K. Tiwari and Nidhi Rawat and Kumari Neelam and Sundip Kumar and Gursharn Singh Randhawa and Harcharan Singh Dhaliwal},
  journal={Genome},
  year={2010},
  volume={53 12},
  pages={1053-65}
}
Synthetic amphiploids are the immortal sources for studies on crop evolution, genome dissection, and introgression of useful variability from related species. Cytological analysis of synthetic decaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) - Aegilops kotschyi Boiss. amphiploids (AABBDDUkUkSkSk) showed some univalents from the C1 generation onward followed by chromosome elimination. Most of the univalents came to metaphase I plate after the reductional division of paired chromosomes and underwent… CONTINUE READING

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