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The Genomic System of Classification as a Guide to Intergeneric Hybridization with the Perennial Triticeae

  • Douglas R. Dewey
Part of the Stadler Genetics Symposia Series book series (SGSS)

Abstract

Of the approximately 325 species in the tribe Triticeae (= Hordeeae), about 250 are perennials that include many of the world’s important forage grasses. Although more than 75% of the species in the Triticeae are perennials, they have received far less attention from cytogeneticists and plant breeders than have the annuals, which include three major cereal crops--wheat, barley, and rye. In addition to being important in their own right as forages, the perennials form a vast genetic reservoir that might be used to improve the annual cereals.

Keywords

Chromosome Pairing Intergeneric Hybrid Agropyron Cristatum Genomic System Partial Amphiploid 
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  • Douglas R. Dewey
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  1. 1.U. S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research ServiceUtah State University-UMC 63LoganUSA

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