Using probe genotypes to dissect QTL × environment interactions for grain yield components in winter wheat

  title={Using probe genotypes to dissect QTL × environment interactions for grain yield components in winter wheat},
  author={Bing Song Zheng and Jacques Le Gouis and Martine Leflon and Wen Ying Rong and Anne Laperche and Maryse Brancourt-Hulmel},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
Yield is known to be a complex trait, the expression of which interacts strongly with environmental conditions. Understanding the genetic basis of these genotype × environment interactions, particularly under limited input levels, is a key objective when selecting wheat genotypes adapted to specific environments. Our principal objectives were thus: (1) to identify genomic regions [quantitative trait loci (QTL)] involving QTL × environment interactions (QEI) and (2) to develop a strategy to… CONTINUE READING
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