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Genetic gain of wheat breeding for yield in Northern winter wheat zone over 30 years
(Institute of Crop Sciences, 2007)
Knowledge on genetic gain of yield potential and its associated traits is essential for understanding yield-limiting factors and developing strategies for future variety improvement. Yield potential trials, comprised of ...
Utilization of 1BL/1RS translocation in wheat breeding in China
(Institute of Crop Sciences, 2004)
In total , 179 predominant cultivars in recent 30 years and new breeder’s lines from main ecological zones of China were examined by SDS2PAGE and SCAR for the presence of 1BL/ 1RS. On average , 38 % of Chinese wheats ...
Molecular marker-assisted selection of DH plants conferring genes resistant to powdery mildew in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
(Institute of Crop Sciences, 2005)
Powdery mildew , caused by Blumeria graminis f1 sp1 tritici , is one of the most destructive wheat diseases worldwide1 Using molecular markers to pyramid more effective resistance genes is one way to sustain the resistance ...
Progress of wheat breeding in China and the future perspective
(Institute of Crop Sciences, 2011)
During the last ten years, Chinese wheat breeding has mainly made progresses in three aspects, i.e., (1) two sets of cultivars with high yielding potential, improved quality, and multi-resistance to various diseases were ...
Relationship of mixograph parameters with farinograph and extensograph parameters, and bread-making quality traits
(Institute of Crop Sciences, 2010)
Prediction of end-use quality using parameters from simple testing instruments as Mixograph is critical for efficient selectionin breeding programs for wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) quality improvement. In this study, 241 ...