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Proceedings of the 3rd International TRIGO (Wheat) Yield Potential : workshop 2017
(CIMMYT; USAID; MasAgro; SAGARPA; CONACYT, 2017)
Growth habit and vernalization requirement in some of Iranian bread wheat cultivars
(Research Trend, 2015)
To determine the action of vernalization and growth habit variation in cultivars of bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), this research was carried out in greenhouse of Agricultural and Natural Resources Research Center of ...
Evaluation of the Stress Adaptive Trait Yield Nursery (SATYN) in irrigated wheat growing locations in Mexico during the 2015-16 growing season
The SATYN (Stress Adaptive Trait Yield Nursery) was established as a uniform trial in five locations of Mexico (Baja California, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Sinaloa, and Sonora) during the 2014-15 crop season. It included 28 ...
Pedigree-based genotype × environment prediction of grain yield in multi-environment trials of WYCYT and SATYN
Genomic selection is the most promising marker-assisted selection method when genes with minor alleles are associated with the trait of interest, especially in physiological pre-breeding where loci with minor effects ...
International performance of physiological trait based lines of the 4th Stress Adaptive Trait Yield Nursery (4th SATYN)
Lines of the 4th Stress Adapted Trait Yield Nursery (4th SATYN) were developed by phenotyping diverse genetic resources from the World Wheat Collection for physiological traits (PT) associated with performance under hot ...
Achieving increases in spike growth, fruiting efficiency, and harvest index in high biomass wheat cultivars
While allocation of carbon to the developing wheat spike determines grain sink strength, concurrent growth of other plant organs (structural and non-structural dry matter; DM) competes for carbon. Thi study observed genetic ...
Wheat breeding in Mexico : delivering newly developed advanced lines
Over the past 70 years, Mexican wheat breeding has delivered varieties with higher yields and traits with genetic disease resistance to producers in the various wheat-growing areas. Co-evolution of hosts and pathogens ...
Key molecular and physiological traits/mechanisms affecting the setting of potential grain weight in two contrasting spring wheat cultivars
It is clear that if the grain yield potential of wheat is to be improved, grain weight must also be increased. Breeding programs have conducted various evaluations in contrasting high yielding environments, but the associated ...