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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 5)
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The Genetic Relationships Among Aegilops L. and Triticum L. Species

Lina Mammdouh Alnaddaf, Mohammad Yahia Moualla and Nadia Haider
Corresponding Author:  Lina Mammdouh Alnaddaf 

Key words:  Aegilops, DNA marker, genetic relationships, Triticum, , ,
Vol. 4 , (5): 352-367
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June 28, 2012 August 08, 2012 September 25, 2012
Abstract:

Studying of genetic relationships among Triticum L. and Aegilops L. species is very important for broadening the cultivated wheat genepool, for monitoring genetic erosion and for breeding reasons, because the genus Aegilops represents the largest part of the secondary gene pool of wheat, includes the wild relatives of cultivated wheat which contain numerous unique alleles that are absent in modern wheat cultivars and it can contribute to broaden the genetic base of wheat and improve yield, quality and resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses of wheat. Molecular markers have proved valuable in crop breeding. Selection of the best marker system depends on aim of research and ploid level of studied being.
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Lina Mammdouh Alnaddaf, Mohammad Yahia Moualla and Nadia Haider, 2012. The Genetic Relationships Among Aegilops L. and Triticum L. Species.  Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 4(5): 352-367.
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