A gene determining reduced height, Rht10, from the wheat cultivar Ai-Bian 1 was introgressed into the triticale genotype. Initially, Ai-Bian 1 was crossed with the wheat cultivar Chinese Spring (CS), a carrier of Kr genes, to overcome the uncrossability of this cultivar with rye. Amphidiploids were produced by hybridizing the F2 (CS × Ai-Bian 1) plants displaying reduced height (at the level of Ai-Bian 1) with rye. Free pollination of F1 (F2 of CS × Ai-Bian 1) × Saratovskaya 7 with triticale pollen gave fertile viable hybrids; the majority of hybrids were phenotypically closer to octoploid triticale; however, the variants intermediate between octo-and hexaploids were also present. The height of amphidiploids varied from 40 to 90 cm, and the grain yield per spike amounted on the average to 11.7–24.7 grains, which exceeded essentially this value in F1 plants.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 27, 2007
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