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Improved Wheats Could Reduce Magnesium Deficiencies: Research

Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists have reported that the newly developed low-phytate breeding// lines of wheat have been found to produce flour with 25% more magnesium than commercial varieties. Edward J. Souza, research leader of the ARS Soft Wheat Quality Research Unit at Woos...

Ancient Genes Used to Produce Salt-Tolerant Wheat

...than bread wheat. “We screened a hundred durum wheats from the Australian Winter Cereals Collection at T...cially available in three years. Even better durum wheats are in development and the program has been expand... can be improved. Our aim is to eventually produce wheats able, like barley, to grow in highly saline soils,...
wheats in Biological News

Wild grasses and man-made wheats advance research capabilities

Getting resistance to the latest biotype of greenbug or rust in wheat may require some bridge building. Dr. Jackie Rudd, associate professor at the Texas A&M University System Agricultural Research and Extension Center and state wheat breeder, is looking at wild grass species and synthetic w...

A wheat for all seasons -- and reasons

...rst, there will be the perennial wheat trials around the country. Second, wheats will be crossbred to get regionally adapted lines, he said. The best annual... years and by that time, we will hopefully have some well-adapted perennial wheats that we can begin to increase seed for early field testing, he said. The ...

Ancient genes used to produce salt-tolerant wheat

...han bread wheat. "We screened a hundred durum wheats from the Australian Winter Cereals Collection at T...cially available in three years. Even better durum wheats are in development and the program has been expand... can be improved. Our aim is to eventually produce wheats able, like barley, to grow in highly saline soils,...

Elusive rust resistance genes located

...ne different sources of resistance to speed up the delivery of new rust resistant wheat varieties." The marker has proven effective in a range of wheats from different backgrounds including from Australia, India, China, North America and the major wheat research centre, CIMMYT. Breeders in Austra...
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