Molecular and agro-morphological characterization of ancient wheat landraces of turkey


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GÜRCAN K., DEMİREL F., TEKİN M., Demirel S. , AKAR T.

BMC PLANT BIOLOGY, cilt.17, 2017 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier identifier

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Background: Turkey is one of the important gene centers for many crop species. In this research, some ancient wheats such as tetraploid and diploid hulled wheats together with hexaploid tir wheats (Triticum aestivum ssp. leucospermum Korn.) landraces mainly adapted to harsh winter conditions of Eastern Anatolian region of Turkey were characterized at agro-morphological and molecular level. Totally 50 hulled wheat population from Kastamonu, Konya and Kayseri provinces and 15 tir wheats from Kars provinces of Turkey were in-situ collected for characterization in 2013. Some quantitative and qualitative traits of each population were determined.