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8th INTERNATIONAL WHEAT CONFERENCE

8th INTERNATIONAL WHEAT CONFERENCE

8th INTERNATIONAL WHEAT

  • Page 2 and 3: Borlaug Global Rust Initiative
  • Page 4 and 5: © 2010, N.I. Vavilov Research Inst
  • Page 6 and 7: Koppel Reine, Ingver Anne Requireme
  • Page 8 and 9: A.V. Konarev, T.I.Peneva, N.K.Gubar
  • Page 10 and 11: Majed M.A Al-Bokari, Saad M. Alzahr
  • Page 12 and 13: Ratan Tiwari, Rajender Singh, Sindh
  • Page 14 and 15: Kadir Akan, Zafer Mert, Lütfi Çet
  • Page 16 and 17: Lapochkina I. F., Gajnullin N. R.,
  • Page 18 and 19: Victoria A. Valdez, Scott D. Haley,
  • Page 20 and 21: Ribas Vargas, G, Reynolds, M, De Si
  • Page 22 and 23: RM DePauw, RE Knox, JB Thomas, DG H
  • Page 24 and 25: Paramjit Khurana and Harsh Chauhan
  • Page 26 and 27: Vázquez, D.; Berger, A.; Cuniberti
  • Page 28: Sedláček Tibor Prediction of baki
  • Page 31 and 32: that some crops, such as wheat, oat
  • Page 33: ferent continents, Asia and Europe.
  • Page 36 and 37: A STRATegIC Look AT gLoBAL WheAT PR
  • Page 38 and 39: it would be logical to conclude tha
  • Page 40 and 41: • Rational retention of adequate
  • Page 42 and 43: STudy of RAIN effeCTS oN RAINfed WI
  • Page 44 and 45: amount of durum and carotenoid rich
  • Page 46 and 47: evaluation under farmers’ conditi
  • Page 48 and 49: The fACToRS effeCTINg The RegIoNAL
  • Page 50 and 51: AdoPTIoN of CoNSeRVATIoN AgRICuLTuR
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    Severe disease attacks are not the

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    Coefficients of variation (CV) of t

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    humidity (67 and 80%) and occurrenc

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    need to be qualitatively evaluated

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    Strengthening the capacity of wheat

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    CoNSeRVATIoN AgRICuLTuRe foR SuSTAI

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    BReedINg WheAT foR ReduCed ImPACT o

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    WheAT ImPRoVemeNT ChALLeNgeS ANd oP

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    PLeNARy SeSSIoN 2: uTILIzATIoN of W

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    uTILIzATIoN of NeW WheAT geNePooL I

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    IdeNTIfICATIoN of SouRCeS of SeedLI

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    CoNSeRVINg CRoP dIVeRSITy IN The 21

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    Genetic analysis of leaf rust resis

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    T.aestivum-H.villosa interstitial t

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    Growing F2-F4 generations as bulks.

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    ferences among accessions. Differen

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    dIgITAL PhoTogRAPhy AS A NoN-deSTRu

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    BReAd WheAT (TRITICum AeSTIVum, L)

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    eVALuATIoN ANd uTILIzATIoN of WheAT

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    TRANSLoCATIoNS IN INTRASPeCIfIC kAR

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    WheAT LANdRACeS ANd oBSoLeTe CuLTIV

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    TRANSfeR of WheAT STReAk moSAIC VIR

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    BReedINg fRee-ThReShABLe, dWARf emm

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    geNeTIC STRuCTuRe of AegILoPS TAuSC

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    PLANT geNeTIC ReSouRCeS IN CeNTRAL

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    uSe of TRITICeAe TRIBe SPeCIeS foR

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    moLeCuLAR mARkeRS foR INCReASINg ef

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    ChARACTeRISTICS of WheAT geNeTIC Re

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    moLeCuLAR-CyTogeNeTIC ChARACTeRIzAT

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    moLeCuLAR CyTogeNeTIC ChARACTeRIzAT

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    gRAIN yIeLd PeRfoRmANCe of SyNTheTI

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    ANALySIS of The PASSPoRT INfoRmATIo

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    INdIReCT SeLeCTIoN uSINg RefeReNCe

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    geNome ANALySeS of The ABoRIgINe LA

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    SImuLTANeouS ReSISTANCe To PoWdeRy

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    PheNoTyPIC dIVeRSITy IN SPANISh LAN

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    highly resistant to English grain a

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    SPANISh LANdRACeS of TRITICum TuRgI

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    No chromosome rearrangements were d

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    uTILIzATIoN of eLyTRIgIA INTeRmedIA

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    WheAT ImPRoVemeNT uSINg Rye - dISTu

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    WheAT-PSAThyRoSTAChyS huAShANICA Ch

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    Stagonospora nodorum blotch (Stagon

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    cific resistance to pyrenophorosis,

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    uNdeRSTANdINg gRAIN yIeLd: IT IS A

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    gRoWTh, yIeLd ANd PhoToSyNTheTIC Re

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    eNhANCemeNT of heAT ToLeRANCe IN Wh

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    SALINITy ToLeRANCe ANd NA + exCLuSI

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    IdeNTIfICATIoN ANd dISTRIBuTIoN of

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    SeLeCTIoN of TeRmINAL dRoughT ToLeR

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    yIeLd STABILITy ANd PeRfoRmANCe of

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    Like Lona at normal soil water leve

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    versus sister lines carrying Rht-B1

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    eVALuATIoN of quANTITATIVe ChARACTe

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    RoLe of WheAT geNome IN ALumINIum T

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    ASSoCIATIoN of RooT WATeR-uPTAke WI

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    filling period. Halna showed very l

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    effeCT of defICIT IRRIgATIoN IN dIf

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    Al-tolerant genotypes maintained lo

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    to imperatives of climate change, e

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    CoLLeCTIoN of ePI-LINeS of CommoN W

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    the field under ideal and late sowi

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    A SImPLe ANd effICIeNT TWo STeP mAN

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    Furthermore, F V /F M is particular

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    ALLeLIC dIVeRSITy foR VeRNALIzATIoN

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    PoSSIBILITy of uSINg RooT gRoWTh AN

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    ACCumuLATIoN of PhoToSyNTheSIS ASSI

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    (1 scores - low hardiness; 9 scores

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    exPReSSIoN of Seed doRmANCy IN CRoA

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    eVALuATIoN of WheAT SyNTheTIC hexAP

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    CoLeoPTILe LeNgTh of Some WheAT VAR

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    nitrogen supply and soil water avai

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    IdeNTIfICATIoN of SouRCeS foR heAT,

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    PhySIoLogIC ANd BIoChemICAL ReSPoNS

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    ReSuLTS of eVALuATIoN of SPRINg Whe

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    BReedINg foR ImPRoVed ToLeRANCe IN

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    STRATegIeS foR ImPRoVINg WheAT ReSI

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    deVeLoPmeNT of ISogeNIC LINeS foR R

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    BReedINg STRATegIeS foR fuSARIum he

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    INCReASed ToLeRANCe To WheAT PoWdeR

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    The homoeoLogouS RegIoNS oN LoNg AR

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    WAyS To ImPRoVe Weed ComPeTITIVe AB

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    fhB ReSISTANT modeL VARIeTy of NoRT

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    mININg A CoLLeCTIoN of WheAT LANdRA

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    IdeNTIfICATIoN of SouRCeS of ReSIST

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    ChARACTeRIzATIoN of STem RuST ReSIS

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    The 2 nd generation slow-rusters ha

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    virus complex present across the fi

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    During the same years grain quality

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    mAPPINg of AduLT PLANT STem RuST Re

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    IdeNTIfICATIoN of geNeTIC ReSISTANC

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    APPLyINg mALe STeRILITy medIATed mA

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    etween these parameters, indicating

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    the field and one in pots placed ou

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    ReSeARCh oN INheRITANCe of yeLLoW R

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    ReSISTANCe BReedINg AgAINST LeAf SP

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    PoWdeRy mILdeW ANd LeAf RuST ReSIST

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    oLd CzeCh WheAT CuLTIVARS AS A NeW

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    isk will vary depending on the path

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    to a number of countries including

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    geNeTIC dIVeRSITy of The fuNgAL Whe

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    accessions, producing durum wheat w

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    ReLATIoNShIPS BeTWeeN fuSARIum heAd

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    PoPuLATIoN STRuCTuRe of PuCCINIA TR

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    LeAf RuST ReSISTANCe geNeS LR10, LR

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    ComBININg WheAT RuST ANd fuSARIum h

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    LeAf RuST ReSISTANCe geNe LR67, A T

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    STATuS of WheAT PAThoSySTemS fRom 1

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    WkS1 (WheAT kINASe START) LImITS gR

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    quANTITATIVe TRAIT LoCI foR ReSISTA

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    geNeTIC ANALySIS of STem RuST ReSIS

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    geNeTIC ImPRoVemeNT of WheAT ReSIST

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    ChARACTeRIzATIoN of A NoVeL gLuTeNI

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    effeCT of WheAT CuLTIVARS oN VARIAB

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    dIVeRSITy of geNeS of ReSISTANCe To

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    TAke-ALL ReSISTANCe of euRoPeAN WIN

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    dISCoVeRy of TWo quANTITATIVe ReSIS

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    Parula had leaf rust severity betwe

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    quANTITATIVe PCR AS A TooL foR TILL

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    quANTITATIVe TRAIT LoCI ASSoCIATed

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    gLoBAL INITIATIVeS foR mANAgemeNT o

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    deoxyNIVALeNoL LeVeL IN WheAT gRAIN

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    VIRuLeNCe STRuCTuRe of The WheAT ST

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    ReLeASe STem RuST ReSISTANT VARIeTI

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    AN ASSoCIATIoN geNeTICS APPRoACh To

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    cantly greater number of lines (59)

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    The INTRoduCTIoN INTo WINTeR WheAT

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    effeCTIVe yeLLoW RuST ReSISTANCe ge

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    geNeTICS of ReSISTANCe To RACe TTkS

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    partially resistant as these genoty

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    The moST ImPoRTANT WheAT dISeASeS I

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    SPRINg WheAT BReedINg foR LeAf ANd

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    CommoN RooT RoT ReACTIoN IN A dIVeR

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    hAPLoTyPe ANd ASSoCIATIoN ANALySeS

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    IdeNTIfICATIoN of A NeW ReSISTANCe

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    mARkeR-ASSISTed SeLeCTIoN foR LeAf

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    ReACTIoN of ToLeRANT WheAT geNoTyPe

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    that changes in the composition of

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    deVeLoPmeNT of PCR-BASed mARkeRS fo

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    BIoCoNTRoL of fuSARIum heAd BLIghT

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    ImPRoVINg WheAT STRIPe RuST ReSISTA

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    BReedINg AduLT PLANT ReSISTANCe To

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    improve localisation of QTL positio

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    ContRibutions of CRoP Physiology to

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    ToWARdS The uNdeRSTANdINg of geNeTI

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    SPIke gRoWTh ReguLATINg RATe of deA

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    quANTIfyINg hoW WINTeR WheAT CRoPS

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    domeSTIC WheAT PRoduCTIoN ANd fuTuR

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    for genetic enhancement through int

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    IdeNTIfICATIoN of duRum WheAT geNoT

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    GPC varied significantly by effect

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    geNeTIC VARIABILITy of NITRogeN uSe

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    effICIeNCy ANd ChALLeNgeS of PReCIS

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    AChIeVemeNTS of WheAT BReedINg AT d

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    vs. 7.8 in S1). Grain number explai

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    ImPACT of CImmyT PRogRAmS oN WheAT

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    gRAIN yIeLd ANd quALITy of WINTeR W

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    BReedINg of WheAT IN kyRgyzSTAN ANd

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    WheAT fLoReT deVeLoPmeNT IN ReSPoNS

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    IdeNTIfyINg NoVeL TRAITS ANd geNeTI

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    IdeNTIfICATIoN of TRAITS To ImPRoVe

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    geNoTyPe ANd TeSTINg SITe eVALuATIo

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    dWARfINg (RhT) ANd PhoToPeRIod INSe

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    SeLeCTINg WINTeR WheAT geNoTyPeS fo

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    APPLICATIoN of geNoTyPe x eNVIRoNme

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    ReSeARCh AdVANCe of The ChoNgqINg-T

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    INTeRNAL moRPhoLogICAL ChANgeS of f

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    geNeTIC PRogReSS IN WheAT yIeLd ANd

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    WheAT BReedINg IN TAJIkISTAN Muminj

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    yIeLd ANd Some PhySIoLogICAL ChARAC

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    CRoP yIeLd IN duRum WheAT ANd The P

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    SySTem APPRoACh To ANALySIS of yIeL

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    ChANgeS of SPIke ARChITeCTuRe duRIN

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    to that of Sr36 cultivars. The powd

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    seed is produced by breeders of the

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    effeCTS of SPeCIfIC RhT ANd PPd ALL

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    mAIN dIReCTIoNS of AdAPTIVe BReedIN

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    PhoToPeRIod SeNSITIVITy IN duRum Wh

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    elongatum through cultivar Teewon,

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    increase yield above 30% or 9.755t/

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    mostly was used to synthesize prote

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    geNomIC TeChNoLogIeS ANd ReSouRCeS

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    NeW BReedINg TooLS ImPACT CANAdIAN

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    geNoTyPIC STRuCTuReS of The CImmyT

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    INSeRTIoN SITe-BASed PoLymoRPhISm (

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    has been established at the Nationa

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    geNomIC ABuNdANCe of VARIouS SImPLe

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    STRuCTuRAL ReARRANgemeNTS of WheAT

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    geNeRAL STATISTICAL PoWeR of NeSTed

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    LoCALIzATIoN of qTLS foR AgRoNomIC

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    uSINg mARkeR ASSISTed SeLeCTIoN IN

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    PoPuLATIoN STRuCTuRe IN A CoRe CoLL

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    was observed. Cultivars that belong

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    A QTL was considered to be “stabl

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    deVeLoPINg A ReCuRReNT SeLeCTIoN PR

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    hIgh effICIeNCy TRANSfoRmATIoN of h

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    deTeCTIoN of dNA PoLymoRPhISmS ASSo

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    IdeNTIfICATIoN ANd ANALySIS of TAWR

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    geNeTIC modIfICATIoN of PhoToSyNThe

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    isolated were mapped to the chromos

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    stress. Transgenic Arabidopsis plan

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    geRmPLASm eNhANCemeNT ANd NeW VARIe

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    (174%) than in pedigree schemes (21

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    moLeCuLAR CyTogeNeTIC ChARACTeRIzAT

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    PhySIoLogICAL ANd BIoChemICAL APPRo

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    ChARACTeRIzATIoN of The geNeTIC VAR

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    ToWARdS A PhySICAL mAP of SST1, A m

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    effICIeNT INCoRPoRATIoN of AduLT PL

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    deVeLoPmeNT ANd APPLICATIoN of TRIT

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    uSe of hIgh moLeCuLAR WeIghT gLuTeN

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    foRmATIoN of geNeTIC VARIABILITy AT

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    group were rough with difficult thr

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    VALIdATIoN of 86 moLeCuLAR mARkeRS

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    genetiC vARiAtion of gli-2 in kAzAk

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    of DNA sequence variations sometime

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    VARIABILITy of SALINITy ToLeRANCe R

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    484

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    ImPRoVINg The heALTh BeNefITS of Wh

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    hARVeSTPLuS: A gLoBAL effoRT To INC

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    deVeLoPmeNT of WheAT geNoTyPeS WITh

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    dyNAmIC ChANge of gRAIN SugAR, STAR

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    component analysis performed on qua

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    associated to the cultivar effect.

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    and diversity associated with quali

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    levels. It suggests that it is easi

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    geNeTIC VARIABILITy of duRum WheAT

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    uTILIzATIoN of oLd WheAT VARIeTIeS

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    The effeCTS of gPC-B1 oN gRAIN PRoT

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    ISoLATIoN of dIffeReNTIALLy exPReSS

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    eVALuATIoN meThod foR quALITy ChARA

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    in 14 out of 41 specifications (34.

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    and no significant effect of Glu-A3

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    PSy-A1 ALLeLeS ANd oTheR geNeS CoNT

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    mAPPINg qTLS foR LIPoxygeNASe ACTIV

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    The mean value of LV at low N rate

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    CuRReNT STATuS ANd PeRSPeCTIVeS foR

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    INTeRACTIoN effeCTS of eNVIRoNmeNTA

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    this study). In terms of gluten str

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    Second problem that had to be solve

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    dough VISCo-eLASTIC PRoPeRTIeS of R

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    gRAIN quALITy of WINTeR WheAT CuLTI

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    BReedINg WheAT foR hIgh ToCoL CoNTe

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    qTL ANALySIS of PRINCIPAL ANd ePIST

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    PRedICTIoN of BAkINg quALITy By SoL

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    Ukraine has two geographical-climat

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    acid between 16 and 21 mg/g, vanill

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    Raweta cv. by 10%. Grains of invest

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    for both traits. Besides, group of

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    Five pairs of epistatic effects wer

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    odies, which could form either by d

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    References Lewis S., Bullrich L., K

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    BReedINg foR eNhANCed gRAIN-zINC AN

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    geNomIC ANd PRoTeomIC STudIeS of gL

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    558

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    © 2010, N.I. Vavilov Research Inst

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    INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF AGRONOMIC CHA

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    MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF GENETIC DI

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    A METHOD OF ASSESSING SPIKE FERTILI

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    IDENTIFICATION OF LMW GLUTENIN SUBU

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