ISSN 0564-3783  



Main page
Contacts
Preview papers  
Themes
Contents  
Themes
Subscription
Information to authors
Editorial board
Mobile version


In Russian

Export citations
UNIMARC
BibTeX
RIS





Genetic composition of the short stem rye populations (Secale cereale L.) for secaline genes

Martynenko V.S., Yegorova T.V., Antnyuk M.Z.

 


[Free Full Text (pdf)]Article Free Full Text (pdf)  

Genetic composition for secaline genes was studied in four short stem rye populations (Bolgarskaya korotkostebelnaya, Gnom1, Gnom2, and Gnom3) using the methods of classical hybridological analysis and population genetics. Eight, three, and four alleles of the genes Sec-3, Sec-2 Sec-1 correspondingly have been revealed in the studied populations. The frequencies of the specific alleles in each population were determined. The allele transmission to the next generation is restricted through the linkage of the secaline genes with the genes of self-incompatibility, S1 and Z, located on the same chromosomes as the secaline genes.

Tsitologiya i Genetika 2006, vol. 40, no. 4, pp. 24-30



Martynenko V.S., Yegorova T.V., Antnyuk M.Z. Genetic composition of the short stem rye populations (Secale cereale L.) for secaline genes, Tsitol Genet., 2006, vol. 40, no. 4, pp. 24-30.




Copyright© ICBGE 2002-2018 Coded & Designed by Volodymyr Duplij Modified 25.09.18