Molecular cloning of TaMATE2 homoeologues potentially related to aluminium tolerance in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.).

Here, we cloned a member of the MATE gene family in bread wheat and named it TaMATE2, which showed the typical secondary structure of MATE‐type transporters maintaining all the 12 transmembrane domains. in Plant Biol (Stuttg); 20(5):817-824 Leia o trabalho completo aqui.

Genomic reshuffling in advanced lines of hexaploid tritordeum.

Genomic restructuring was detected in newly synthesized tritordeum by molecular and cytogenetic tools. Genomic stability is expected for advanced tritordeum lines (HchHchAABB; 2n = 42) with multiple generations of self-fertilization. This study intends to confirm or decline this hypothesis by characterizing three advanced tritordeum lines and their parental species using cytogenetics, inter-simple sequence repeat (ISSR)...

Effect of allelic variation at glutenin and puroindoline loci on bread-making quality: favorable combinations occur in less toxic varieties of wheat for celiac patients.

Genetically diverse wheat samples, twenty-seven Triticum aestivum L. varieties, grown in two environments (Portugal and Spain) were analyzed for their allelic composition in high-molecular-weight glutenin subunits (HMW-GS), low-molecular-weight glutenin subunits (LMW-GS) and puroindolines, as well as their protein content, hardness, sodium dodecyl sulfate-sedimentation (SDS-S), mixograph mixing time and breakdown resistance (MT and BDR, respectively) parameters,...

Use of the synthetic Oligo-pTa535 and Oligo-pAs1 probes for identification of Hordeum chilense-origin chromosomes in hexaploid. tritordeum.

In this study, we hybridized, for the first time, the Oligo-pTa535 and Oligo-pAs1 probes on mitotic chromosomes of hexaploid tritordeum using ND-FISH. Tritordeum (HchHchAABB) is the synthetic amphiploid resultant from crosses between wild barley (HchHch) and cultivated durum wheat (AABB). in Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 63(6):945-951. Leia o trabalho completo aqui.

Breeding for Al tolerance by unravelling genetic diversity in bread wheat.

In this chapter, we presented the advances made so far on Al tolerance in wheat with special focus on future perspectives, aiming to help for further improvement of Al tolerance in wheat in a sustainable way. in Garcia-Oliveira A.L., Poschenrieder C., Barceló J., Martins-Lopes P Leia o trabalho completo aqui.