TITLE

Genetic control of gliadin components in wheat Triticum spelta L

AUTHOR(S)
Brezhneva, T. A.; Upelniek, V. P.; Pukhal'sky, V. A.
PUB. DATE
May 2010
SOURCE
Russian Journal of Genetics;May2010, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p562
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The componental composition of electrophoretic spectra of gliadin in Triticum spelta L. was studied. By analogy with common wheat T. aestivum L., it was established that genes controlling gliadin components in spelt are also located in short arms of chromosomes of homeological groups 1 and 6. Analysis of gliadin spectra in F2 grains from the crosses k-20539 × Ershovskaya 32 and k-20558 × Ershovskaya 32 revealed linkage of some components and their grouping into blocks (alleles) of coinherited gliadin components. Alleles of gliadin-coding loci identical to alleles of common wheat and new alleles earlier unknown for wheat populations have been identified.
ACCESSION #
50724528

 

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