Genetic regulation of grain hardness and protein content in intervarietal substitution lines for chromosomes of homeologous group 5 was examined. Common wheat cultivar Saratovskaya 29 with high bread-backing properties served as the recipient. Donors of chromosomes 5A and 5D were 18 cultivars with variable traits examined, including high-protein cultivars (Atlas 66 and Diamant 2), and soft-grain cultivars (Ul’yanovka and Chinese Spring). Analysis of substitution lines pointed to a substantial effect of chromosome 5D on the regulation of both traits. It was demonstrated that as a result of intervarietal substitution for chromosome 5D from donor cultivars Ul’yanovka and Chinese Spring, the endosperm softness was increased compared to the recipient cultivar Saratovskaya 29. Substitution lines Saratovskaya 29/Atlas 66 5D and Saratovskaya 29/Diamant 2 5D were characterized by high grain protein content, as well as by high endosperm hardness. In addition, the line Saratovskaya 29/Novosibirskaya 67 5D, characterized by grain hardness higher than in Saratovskaya 29, was isolated. In the lines with intervarietal substitution of chromosome 5A, grain protein content was found to be lower than in recipient cultivar Saratovskaya 29.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: May 15, 2011
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