The chromosomal location of Gai 1 and Rht 1, genes for Gibberellin insensitivity and semi-dwarfism, in a derivative of Norin 10 wheat

@article{Gale1976TheCL,
  title={The chromosomal location of Gai 1 and Rht 1, genes for Gibberellin insensitivity and semi-dwarfism, in a derivative of Norin 10 wheat},
  author={Michael D. Gale and Geraldine A Marshall},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={1976},
  volume={37},
  pages={283-289}
}
SummaryThe gene conferring gibberellin insensitivity, Gai 1, was located on chromosome 4A. This gene is associated with the semi-dwarf habit and consequently it was concluded that Rht 1 is carried by 4A. No recombination was found between Gai 1 and Gai 3, the gibberellin insensitivity gene in “Tom Thumb”-type dwarf wheats, indicating that these genes are either alternative alleles at the same locus or are closely linked. 

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