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Wheat Breeding and Its Scientific Basis (World Crop)

F. Lupton

Wheat Breeding and Its Scientific Basis (World Crop)

by F. Lupton

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Published by Springer .
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Number of Pages566
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Open LibraryOL7478351M
ISBN 100412244705
ISBN 109780412244704

Wheat generates approximately $ million per year and over 60 percent of the wheat in Idaho is grown in the southern part of the state. Research. Research at the Aberdeen Research and Extension Center focuses on developing an accelerated and internationally recognized wheat breeding and genetics . Kansas is often the top-wheat producing state in the nation. This puts the wheat breeding program at Kansas State University at the heart of wheat production in the United States. The goal of the wheat breeding program is to develop and release new public hard winter varieties through the Kansas Wheat Alliance. Some germplasm lines are also released, in conjunction with the USDA wheat genetics.

  This work is a comprehensive history of wheat across all its main areas of production. New techniques such as in vitro culture now enable the development of a greater level of understanding of the genetics of wheat. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Achieving sustainable cultivation of wheat Volume 1: Breeding, quality traits, pests and diseases (Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science Book 5).Manufacturer: Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing.

All about wheat Wheat breeding and evolution Flour properties and bread-making quality Types of flour 15 Recent research Synthetic wheat Major breakthrough in deciphering bread wheat’s genetic code Historic grain collections help preserve future biodiversity Wheat defence against Septoria: two . Selective Breeding. Selective breeding is used to develop more efficient strains of microorganisms, for example yeast for brewing, and of laboratory stocks with defined properties, such as extreme obesity, for analysis to elucidate the genetic basis of the trait. From: Encyclopedia of Genetics, Related terms: Allele; Inbred Strain.


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Only valid for books with an ebook version. Expression Genotyp Triticale agriculture breeding classification crops evolution grain growth morphology plant breeding plants resistance seed Editors and affiliations F. Lupton. COVID Resources.

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Research and publications on the potato crop have burgeoned since the first edition of this book was published in However, the warm reception of the first edition suggested that it had a useful part to play in promoting the scientific basis for understanding and improving the yield and quality of the crop.

Wheat is the most widely grown crop in the world and is the third most important cereal grain. The five phases of a wheat breeding program are: (1) defining the problem and setting the objective.

Wheat Breeding, Its scientific basis Note "Originally published by Chapman & Hall Ltd. in Softcover reprint of the hardcover 1st edition " ISBN (electronic bk.) X (electronic bk.)   Bread wheat is one of the most important crops in the world.

Its domestication coincides with the beginning of agriculture and since then, it has been constantly under selection by humans. Its breeding has followed millennia of cultivation, sometimes with unintended selection on adaptive traits, and later by applying intentional but empirical selective by: 1.

Wheat breeding: Its scientific basis edited by F. Lupton, Chapman & Hall, $ (xiv + pages) ISBN 0 5Author: R. Knight. attack on wheat’s breeding and science improvements. Responses were developed with a scientific and historical perspective, utilizing references from peer-reviewed research and input from U.S.

and international wheat scientists. Wheat Breeding & Science The wheat grown around the world today came from three grassy weed species that naturally. Abstract. The genetics of hexaploid wheat is complicated because of its polyploidy. The duplication and triplication of genes resulting from this leads to complex segregational patterns and epistatic effects, which can be difficult to analyse and resolve into the effects of component genes.

With traditional breeding technology, a wheat breeding program would require about 7 or 12 years for spring or winter wheat, respectively, before a new variety is ready for commercial release.

Wheat is the leading global food crop providing 19% of the daily calories and 21% of protein requirements for humans. The wheat production has increased from million tons in to Book reviews Book reviews Tsunewaki, K.; Günther, E. Theor Appl Genet () 9 Springer-Verlag Lupton, F.G.H.

(ed.): Wheat Breeding: Its Scientific Basis. London, NewYork: Chapman and Hall pp., figs., 65 tabs. Hard bound s The Plant Breeding Institute (PBI), Cambridge, closed its doors in ; the breeding sections were sold to a private. Plant breeding is the science of changing the traits of plants in order to produce desired characteristics.

It has been used to improve the quality of nutrition in products for humans and animals. Plant breeding can be accomplished through many different techniques ranging from simply selecting plants with desirable characteristics for propagation, to methods that make use of knowledge of.

Modern plant breeding is applied genetics, but its scientific basis is broader, covering molecular biology, cytology, systematics, physiology, pathology, entomology, chemistry, and statistics.

It has also developed its own technology. Plant breeding efforts are divided into a. The World Wheat Book A History of Wheat Breeding. The World Wheat Book trilogy is the culmination of twenty-five years of worldwide research, innovation and studies conducted on wheat, Triticum aestivum and Triticum durum, and its related project has been generously supported by Limagrain, and its publication achieved through the contributions of leading specialists around the world.

Agronomy, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, This is an exciting time in the wheat breeding arena: The cost of genotyping continues to drop such that genomic selection is now in full swing in many wheat breeding programs across the world.

The basis of the farming was the rearing of sheep and goats, accompanied by the cultivation of barley and of einkorn and emmer wheats, which were the staple cereals.

The dating of this period is considered to be between and BC (Murray, ) and the beginnings, of plant domestication around BC (Renfrew, ). There is a growing consensus, however, that future breeding may be far more efficient if it takes into account not only the newest developments in knowledge for breeding strategies and methodologies, but also advances in scientific areas that may assist breeding to reach its objectives—mainly genetics/molecular biology and plant/crop : Hardcover.

Abstract. Wheat is the dominant crop in temperate countries being used for human food and livestock feed. Its success depends partly on its adaptability and high yield potential but also on the gluten protein fraction which confers the viscoelastic properties that allow dough to be processed into bread, pasta, noodles, and other food products.

The fundamental discoveries of Darwin and Mendel established the scientific basis for plant breeding and genetics at the turn of the 20th century. Similarly, the recent integration of advances in biotechnology, genomic research, and molecular marker applications with conventional plant breeding practices has created the foundation for molecular Cited by: INTRODUCTION.

Bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is a traditional crop in Spain, which is the fifth wheat producer of the European Union, devoting 14 million hectares to the species in (EUROSTAT ).However, during the 20th century investments in wheat breeding in Spain were irregular and genotype replacement relied mostly on the introduction of foreign germplasm.Announcements Announcements Theor Appl Genet () 9 Springer-Verlag Book reviews Lupton, F.G.H.

(ed.): Wheat Breeding: Its Scientific Basis. London, NewYork: Chapman and Hall pp., figs., 65 tabs. Hard bound s The Plant Breeding Institute (PBI), Cambridge, closed its doors in ; the breeding sections were sold to a private company.