KANSAS State University wheat scientists have completed the first study of a chromosome in a tertiary gene pool, calling it a breakthrough in exploring wheat's wild relatives for future crop improvement.
Their study, "Exploring the Tertiary Gene Pool of Bread Wheat: Sequence Assembly & Analysis of Chromosome 5M of Aegilops Geniculata," was published Sept. 27 in The Plant Journal.
"What we did is develop a strategy
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