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43 531 539 Reilly, A., Reilly, C. (1993): Copper-induced chlorosis in winter wheat. Plant Soil , 38, 671-674. Copper

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Pepó P.: 2005b. Effect of crop year, genetic and agrotechnical factors on dry matter production and accumulation in winter wheat production — Cereal Research Communications vol. 33 no. 1 29–32 pp. Pepó P

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quality and yield’s components of winter wheat lines under Polish climatic conditions. Cereal Res. Commun. 35 :151–161. Bichonski A. Technological quality and yield’s components of

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., Schulenburg, S., Lesselich, G., Dörffling, H. (1990): Abscisic acid and proline levels in cold hardened winter wheat leaves in relation to variety-specific differences in freezing resistance. J. Agron. Crop Sci. , 165 , 230

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the quality of winter wheat varieties on chernozem soil in the Hajdusag region of Hungary. Novenytermeles 52(5): 521–532. Pepo Effect of mineral fertilisation on the quality of

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775 Nakajima, T., Abe, J. (1996): Environmental factors affecting expression of resistance to pink snow mold caused by Microdochium nivale in winter wheat. Can. J. Bot . , 74, 1783

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Blandino, M., Minelli, L., Reyneri, A. 2006. Strategies for the chemical control of Fusarium head blight: Effect on yield, alveographic parameters and deoxynivalenol contamination in winter wheat grain. Eur. J

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Stability of Winter Wheat Varieties — Cereal Research Communications, Vol. 33 No. 4 pp. 769 Győri Z. A Study of the Yield Stability of Winter Wheat Varieties

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Xue, Y.F., Yue, S.C., Zhang, Y.Q., Cui, Z.L., Chen, X.P., Yang, F.C., Cakmak, I., McGrath, S.P., Zhang, F.S., Zou, C.Q. 2012. Grain and shoot zinc accumulation in winter wheat affected by nitrogen management. Plant Soil 361 :153

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Twenty-five winter wheat cultivars (cv.s) were evaluated for their ability to produce embryogenic callus, eventually plantlets, as well as the agronomic performance in the field to determine the relationship between tissue culture and agronomic traits. There were significant genotype effects on callus formation, callus fresh and dry weight, callus moisture content, embryogenic calli formation and the frequency of plant regeneration. Relationship between tissue culture and agronomic traits was examined by correlation and regression analysis. Important relationships between the two traits were found such as the frequency of plantlets regeneration from immature embryos could be estimated from spike number per m 2 . Such relationships may be due to the fact that plantlets regeneration might be controlled by the genetic system controlling the incidence of spike number per m 2 or partial linkage with it. This result suggests that it is possible to screen genotypes with good tissue culture traits directly at the agronomic trait level, a practice rather simple and straightforward.

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