L'aptitude au croisement avec le seigle (Secale cereale L.) d'une lignée hexaploïde de Triticum (cv. " Roazon " résultant d'hybridation interspécifique (Gramineae Juss.)

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Stefanowska, Grazyna; Cauderon, Yvonne;
(1983)
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
  • Subject: triticum aestivum | GENE D'INCOMPATIBILITE;INTROGRESSION;SEIGLE | triticale | céréale | hybridation interspécifique | ble tendre | Agricultural sciences | [ SDV.EE ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Ecology, environment | triticum | méthode d'amélioration | Sciences agricoles | [ SDV.SA ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Agricultural sciences | blé

La lignée de blé hexaploïde « Roazon », qui possède les caractères d’adaptation du groupe des blés tendres intensifs de l’Europe de l’Ouest, résulte d’hybridations interspécifiques mettant en jeu des génotypes extérieurs à ce groupe, en présence du cytoplasme d’Aegilo... View more
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