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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Spring Oat and Soft Winter Wheat Lines with Bydv Resistance

Authors
item Ohm, Herbert - PURDUE UNIVERSITY
item Anderson, Joseph
item Sharma, Hari - PURDUE UNIVERSITY
item Ayala-Navarrete, Ligia - PURDUE UNIVERSITY
item Bucholtz, Dennis

Submitted to: Barley Yellow Dwarf Disease: Recent Advances and Future Strategies
Publication Type: Proceedings
Publication Acceptance Date: July 1, 2003
Publication Date: September 1, 2003
Citation: Ohm, H.W., Anderson, J.M., Sharma, H., Ayala-Navarrete, L., Bucholtz, D.L. 2003. Spring oat and soft winter wheat lines with bydv resistance. Barley Yellow Dwarf Disease: Recent Advances and Future Strategies.

Technical Abstract: One of the overall goals of the Purdue University-USDA/ARS Small Grains Research Program is to develop soft winter wheat (Triticum aestivum) and spring oat (Avena sativa) germplasms with resistance to BYDV, with emphasis on strains PAV and RPV. In oat, resistance of a number of BYDV resistance/tolerance donor lines, mostly A. sativa, and at least one accession of A. sterilis have been combined, resulting in effective resistance. In wheat, we have developed a number of translocation lines in which parts of chromosome 7E of Thinopyrum intermedium, including resistance to BYDV, have replaced parts of chromosome 7D.

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