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Ilyushechenko, V. G. (1977): Diallel analysis of leaf surface area in spring wheat. Genetica i Select. Rast. Tex. Dokl. Leningrad, USSR, pp. 213-214. Jain, R. P., Singh, R. B. (1976): Study of combining ability and

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Abayomi, Y. A., Wright, D. 1999: Effects of water stress on growth and yield of spring wheat ( Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars. Trop. Agric. , 76 , 120-125. Effects of water stress on

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Eleven spring wheat cultivars were compared in terms of the stability of their grain yield and grain quality. The cultivars’ stability was evaluated separately at two different crop management levels – moderate-input management and high-input management. Three stability models were used for the two crop management levels based on a linear mixed model framework with restricted maximum likelihood. The Shukla model was the most appropriate for the evaluation of stability of tested spring wheat cultivars. The thousand-grain weight, starch content, Zeleny sedimentation value and test weight were characterized, and the stability ranking cultivars at moderate-input management level was mostly consistent with the rank of cultivars 24 for high-input management level. For grain yield, grain protein content and wet gluten content, the stability rankings were not consistent. Cultivars ‘Monsun’ and ‘Parabola’ are the most stable cultivars for grain yield in moderate-input management and high-input management, respectively. Cultivar ‘Hewilla’ was the stable cultivar for all quality traits at moderate-input management. Cultivar ‘Arabella’ was the most stable cultivar at high-input management level.

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The work has determined the species composition as well as the number of thrips gathered on winter and spring wheat in milk-waxy ripe stage in six soil-climatic regions of Poland. The occurrence of 15 thrips species has been noted, nine of which were associated with cereals. They occurred most amply in south-western Poland. In all regions under study the following species were noted to exist in greater numbers: Frankliniella tenuicornis (Uzel), Limothrips denticornis Haliday and Haplothrips aculeatus (Fabricius). Limothrips cerealium Haliday was dominant in all western regions of Poland whereas Haplothrips tritici (Kurdjumov) in the south-eastern region.

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Akerman A., Mackey, J. (1949): Attempt to improve the yield of spring wheat. II. Crosses between spring and winter wheats. Sveriges Utsadesforenings Tidokrift , 19 , 105

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. 2015 . Exogenously-applied 5-aminolevulinic acid modulates some key physiological characteristics and antioxidative defense system in spring wheat ( Triticum aestivum L.) seedlings under water stress . S. Afr. J. Bot. 96 : 71 – 77

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Fischer, R. A., Maurer, R. O. 1976: Crop temperature modification and yield potential in a dwarf spring wheat. Crop Sci. , 16 , 855-859. Crop temperature modification and yield potential in a dwarf spring wheat

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432 440 Chowdhry, M.A., Mahmood, N., Rashad, T.R., Khaliq, I. 1999. Effect of leaf area removal on grain yield and its components in spring wheat. Rachis 18 :75

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Chaudhary, H. K., Singh, S., Sethi, G. S. (2002): Interactive influence of wheat and maize genotypes on haploid induction in winter × spring wheat hybrids. J. Genet. Breed. , 56 , 259–266. Sethi G. S

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.A. 2003. Evaluation of spring wheat quality traits and genotypes for production of Cantonese Asian noodles. Crop Sci. 43 :1313–1319. Berzonsky W.A. Evaluation of spring wheat

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