The effects of dwarfing genes on seedling root growth of wheat

@article{Wojciechowski2009TheEO,
  title={The effects of dwarfing genes on seedling root growth of wheat},
  author={Tobias Wojciechowski and Mike J. Gooding and Luke Ramsay and P. J. Gregory},
  journal={Journal of Experimental Botany},
  year={2009},
  volume={60},
  pages={2565 - 2573}
}
Most modern wheat cultivars contain major dwarfing genes, but their effects on root growth are unclear. Near-isogenic lines (NILs) containing Rht-B1b, Rht-D1b, Rht-B1c, Rht8c, Rht-D1c, and Rht12 were used to characterize the effects of semi-dwarfing and dwarfing alleles on root growth of 'Mercia' and 'Maris Widgeon' wheat cultivars. Wheat seedlings were grown in gel chambers, soil-filled columns, and in the field. Roots were extracted and length and dry mass measured. No significant differences… CONTINUE READING
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