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Title: Pyramiding different alien chromosome segments in durum wheat: feasibility and breeding potential
Authors: Gennaro, Andrea
Forte, Paola
Carozza, Roberta
Savo Sardaro, Luisa Maria
Ferri, Daniela
Bitti, Alessandra
Borrelli, Grazia Maria
D'Egidio, Maria Grazia
Ceoloni, Carla
Keywords: Aegilops longissima;Chromosome engineering;Molecular cytogenetics;Triticum aestivum;Thinopyrum ponticum;Ingegneria cromosomica;Citogenetica molecolare
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Science from Israel
Source: Gennaro A. et al. 2007. Pyramiding different alien chromosome segments in durum wheat: feasibility and breeding potential. "Israel Journal of Plant Sciences" 55(3-4):267-276
Wheat chromosome engineering, i.e. the transfer of alien chromosome segments from various Triticeae species into cultivated wheats, is greatly benefiting from the recent advancements in molecular genetics, cytogenetics and genomics. Powerful tools are currently available that make selection of desired genotypes far more precise and effective than in the past, thus giving this transfer strategy considerable potential for meaningful practical achievements. The paper describes the pyramiding of various disease resistance and quality-related genes, originating from different alien species, into durum wheat.
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ISSN: 0792-9978
DOI: 10.1560/IJPS.55.3-4.267
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