The wheat Phs-A1 pre-harvest sprouting resistance locus delays the rate of seed dormancy loss and maps 0.3 cM distal to the PM19 genes in UK germplasm

@inproceedings{Shorinola2016TheWP,
  title={The wheat Phs-A1 pre-harvest sprouting resistance locus delays the rate of seed dormancy loss and maps 0.3 cM distal to the PM19 genes in UK germplasm},
  author={Oluwaseyi Shorinola and Nicholas Bird and James Simmonds and Simon Berry and Tina Henriksson and Peter Jack and Peter Werner and Tanja Gerjets and Duncan Scholefield and Barbara Balc{\'a}rkov{\'a} and Miroslav Val{\'a}rik and Michael J Holdsworth and John E. Flintham and Cristobal Uauy},
  booktitle={Journal of experimental botany},
  year={2016}
}
The precocious germination of cereal grains before harvest, also known as pre-harvest sprouting, is an important source of yield and quality loss in cereal production. Pre-harvest sprouting is a complex grain defect and is becoming an increasing challenge due to changing climate patterns. Resistance to sprouting is multi-genic, although a significant proportion of the sprouting variation in modern wheat cultivars is controlled by a few major quantitative trait loci, including Phs-A1 in… CONTINUE READING
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