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Title: Pyramiding into durum and bread wheat fusarium head blight resistance and other useful traits from Thinopyrum ponticum.
Authors: Kuzmanović, Ljiljana
Gennaro, Andrea
Bitti, Alessandra
Ceoloni, Carla
Keywords: Chromosome engineering;Triticum aestivum;Triticum durum;Wheat scab;Ingegneria cromosomica;Fusariosi
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Società italiana di genetica agraria
Source: Kuzmanovic L. et al. 2009. Pyramiding into durum and bread wheat fusarium head blight resistance and other useful traits from Thinopyrum ponticum. In: Proceedings of the 53rd Italian Society of Agricultural Genetics Annual Congress. (Torino, 16-19 September)
Abstract: 
In recent years, Fusarium Head Blight (FHB) has become a serious problem in wheat cultivation even in areas where it was not previously present, Italy included. The severity of disease impact on grain quality and yield, and the lack of resistant cultivars within adapted germplasm, stimulated worldwide breeding efforts to develop FHB resistant wheats. In order to exploit the available genetic variability of wheat relatives, we used the wild species Thinopyrum ponticum as a source of FHB resistance to be introduced into bread and durum wheats. The ultimate goal is to pyramid the FHB resistance gene(s) with other useful genes already transferred from a different accession of the same species (Lr19+Yp, leaf rust resistance and yellow endosperm pigmentation, respectively). To this aim, suitable polymorphic DNA markers have been identified in the region of interest which facilitate the follow-up of desired alleles in the course of the multi-targeted transfer process.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1851
ISBN: 978-88-900622-9-2
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