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Wheat genetic resources in the post-genomics era : promise and challenges

By: Rasheed, A.
Contributor(s): Mujeeb-Kazi, A | Ogbonnaya, F.C | He Zhonghu | Rajaram, S.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018ISSN: 0305-7364; 1095-8290 (Online).Subject(s): Wheat | Genetic resources | Genomics | VarietiesOnline resources: Access through Dspace In: Annals of Botany v. 121, no. 4, p. 603–616Summary: Wheat genetic resources have been used for genetic improvement since 1876, when Stephen Wilson (Transactions and Proceedings of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh 12: 286) consciously made the first wide hybrid involving wheat and rye in Scotland. Wide crossing continued with sporadic attempts in the first half of 19th century and became a sophisticated scientific discipline during the last few decades with considerable impact in farmers’ fields. However, a large diversity of untapped genetic resources could contribute in meeting future wheat production challenges.
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Wheat genetic resources have been used for genetic improvement since 1876, when Stephen Wilson (Transactions and Proceedings of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh 12: 286) consciously made the first wide hybrid involving wheat and rye in Scotland. Wide crossing continued with sporadic attempts in the first half of 19th century and became a sophisticated scientific discipline during the last few decades with considerable impact in farmers’ fields. However, a large diversity of untapped genetic resources could contribute in meeting future wheat production challenges.

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