Genetic control of some morphological traits and the gliadin composition were examined in plants of two lines of common wheat carrying genes introgressed from the wild diploid cereal Aegilops speltoides. Leaf hairiness was shown to be controlled by a single introgressed dominant gene that was not allelic to the known common wheat gene Hl1. Waxlessness of the whole plant is controlled by the introgressed from Ae. speltoides inhibitor gene allelic to gene W1 I located on chromosome 2B. This gene was epistatic to the introgressed gene controlling spike waxlessness. The introgressed gene of spike color was shown to be allelic to Rg1 located on chromosome 1B of common wheat. However, the former gene proved to be linked to an allele of the Gli-B1 locus other than in wheat.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 15, 2005
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