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An attempt to define a new plant ideotype of bread wheat for Mediterranean conditions based on physiological studies. Chapter 10 [Triticum aestivum]

By: Borghi, B | Improving Winter Cereals for Moisture-limiting Areas. Capri (Italy). 27-31 Oct 1985.
Contributor(s): Cattaneo, M [coaut.] | Corbellini, M [coaut.] | Perenzin, M [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookAnalytics: Show analyticsPublisher: 1987ISBN: 0-471-91650-1.Subject(s): Breeding methods | Climate | Crops | Europe | Gramineae | International organizations | Mediterranean countries | Meteorology and climatology | Miscellaneous plant disorders | Plant genetics and breeding | Resistance to injurious factors | Western Europe | TriticumDDC classification: 94-002651 In: Srivastava, J.P.; Acevedo,-E.; Varma,-S. (ICARDA, Aleppo (Syria)); Porceddu,-E. (University of Tuscia, Viterbo (Italy). Inst. of Agricultural Biology) (eds.). National Research Council of Italy, Viterbo (Italy); International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, Aleppo (Syria). Drought tolerance in winter cereals: proceedings of an international workshop. Chichester (UK). John Wiley and Sons. 1987. p. 123-131. (En)Summary: The results obtained for five years on the identification of the environmental and genetical factors limiting the productivity of bread wheat in Italy are summarized. The cultivated Italian varieties did not seem to fully exploit the favourable growing conditions induced with modern agricultural practices. The new plant ideotype proposed should have a longer grain-filling period associated with higher values of leaf area duration (LAD), and higher rates of carbon and nitrogen remobilization towards the kernel. New selection criteria based on physiological traits and the use recurrent selection is illustratedCollection: AGRIS Collection
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The results obtained for five years on the identification of the environmental and genetical factors limiting the productivity of bread wheat in Italy are summarized. The cultivated Italian varieties did not seem to fully exploit the favourable growing conditions induced with modern agricultural practices. The new plant ideotype proposed should have a longer grain-filling period associated with higher values of leaf area duration (LAD), and higher rates of carbon and nitrogen remobilization towards the kernel. New selection criteria based on physiological traits and the use recurrent selection is illustrated

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