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common wheat ( Triticum aestivum L. em. Thell.) 3: Gene Pm22 in cultivar ‘Virest’. Euphytica 91 :149–152. Zeller F.J. Chromosomal location of powdery mildew resistance genes in

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resistance gene Yr34 in common wheat. Theor. Appl. Genet. 112 :1143–1148. Francki M. Identification and characterization of stripe rust resistance gene Yr34 in common wheat

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586 Dudnikov, A.Ju. 2007. An acid phosphatase gene set (Acph-2) of common wheat orthologous to Acph1 of Aegilops tauschii . Cereal Res. Comm. 35 :11

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– 153 . Efremova , T.T. , Arbuzova , V.S. , Leonova , I.N. , Makhmudova , K. 2011 . Multiple allelism in the Vrn-B1 locus of common wheat . Cereal Res. Comm. 39

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: L. Wei, S.G. Bai, X.J. Hou, J.M. Li, B. Zhang, W.J. Chen, D.C. Liu, B.L. Liu, and H.G. Zhang

wheat introduced from hexaploid triticale. Hereditas 143 :159–166. Ren Z.L. Molecular characterization of high molecular weight glutenin subunit allele 1Bx23 in common wheat

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the origin of the A, B, and D genomes of common wheat (Triticum aestivum) . Mol. Phylogenet. and Evol. 39 :70–82. Berthelsen K. Phylogenetic relationships of Triticum and

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: J. Krulj, N. Ćurčıć, A. Bočarov Stančıć, J. Kojıć, L. Pezo, L. Peıć Tukuljac, and M. Bodroža Solarov

Aspergillus species ( Somashekar et al., 2004 ). The subject of the present research was a molecular characterisation of 38 A. flavus isolates from common wheat and spelt grains collected during the three-year period (2015– 2017) in Northern Serbia

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207-220. New wheat species 207 220 Kerby, K. (1986): A cytological and biochemical characterization of the potential B genome donors to common wheat

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., Dal Belin Peruffo, A. 1987. Glutenin subunits of Italian common wheats of good bread making quality and comparative effects of the 2 and 5, 10 and 12 on flour quality. In: Borghi, B. (ed.), Agriculture hard wheat agronomic technological, biochemical

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors: H.Y. Li, Z.L. Li, X.X. Zeng, L.B. Zhao, G. Chen, C.L. Kou, S.Z. Ning, Z.W. Yuan, Y.L. Zheng, D.C. Liu, and L.Q. Zhang

High-molecular-weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GSs) are important seed storage proteins associated with bread-making quality in common wheat (Triticum aestivum L., 2n = 6x = 42, AABBDD). Variation in the Glu-A1x locus in common wheat is scare. Diploid Triticum monococcum ssp. monococcum (2n = 2x = 14, AmAm) is the first cultivated wheat. In the present study, allelic variations at the Glu-A1 m x locus were systematically investigated in 197 T. monococcum ssp. monococcum accessions. Out of the 8 detected Glu-A1 m x alleles, 5 were novel, including Glu-A1 m-b, Glu-A1 m-c, Glu-A1 m-d, Glu-A1 m-g, and Glu-A1 m-h. This diversity is higher than that of common wheat. Compared with 1Ax1 and 1Ax2*, which are present in common wheat, these alleles contained three deletions/insertions as well as some single nucleotide polymorphism variations that might affect the elastic properties of wheat flour. New variations in T. monococcum probably occurred after the divergence between A and Am and are excluded in common wheat populations. These allelic variations could be used as novel resources to further improve wheat quality.

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