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Spontaneous wheat-Aegilops biuncialis, Ae. geniculata and Ae. triuncialis amphiploid production, a potential way of gene transference

J.M. García-Baudin; I. Loureiro; C. Chueca; C. Escorial;
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  • Published: 01 Sep 2009 Journal: Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research (issn: 2171-9292, eissn: 2171-9292, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Tecnología Agraria y Alimentaria (INIA)
Algunos híbridos F1 entre tres especies del género Aegilops y diferentes cultivares de trigo hexaploide Triticum aestivum poseen cierta fertilidad por autofecundación, con un porcentaje medio de híbridos F1 con semillas F2 del 8,17%, 5,12% y 48,14% respectivamente para Aegilops biuncialis, Aegilops geniculata y Aegilops triuncialis. En las combinaciones Ae. triuncialis-trigo con el cultivar de trigo "Astral" se obtuvo una fertilidad mayor que en las otras combinaciones. Todas las semillas F2 que se estudiaron fueron anfiploides formados espontáneamente (2n=10x=70). Este estudio evidencia la formación espontánea de estos anfiploides entre estas tres especies de A...
Medical Subject Headings: food and beverages
free text keywords: ENVIRONMENT AND ECOLOGY, AEGILOPS; TRITICUM AESTIVUM; HYBRIDIZATION; HYBRIDS; POLYPLOIDY; GENE TRANSFER; INTROGRESSION, AEGILOPS; TRITICUM AESTIVUM; HIBRIDACION; HIBRIDOS; POLIPLOIDIA; TRANSFERENCIA DE GENES; INTROGRESION, Agronomy and Crop Science, Botany, Aegilops triuncialis, biology.organism_classification, biology, Gene, Hybrid, Introgression, Aegilops geniculata, Genetically modified crops, Aegilops, Cultivar
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