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Two genes related to dormancy (which prevents untimely germination leading to pre-harvest sprouting) have been discovered.. New gene-discovery techniques also mean an accelerated process for isolating potentially important wheat genes for other traits.. In terms of knowing which grain-growing regions these genes will work in, given that not all varieties are suited across the country, Dr Gubler says it is not known how these genes actually confer dormancy, although the researchers do know the expression of the genes is suppressed by high temperatures during grain development - and this then elevates the risk of PHS...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Two genes related to dormancy (which prevents untimely germination leading to pre-harvest sprouting) have been discovered.. New gene-discovery techniques also mean an accelerated process for isolating potentially important wheat genes for other traits.. In terms of knowing which grain-growing regions these genes will work in, given that not all varieties are suited across the country, Dr Gubler says it is not known how these genes actually confer dormancy, although the researchers do know the expression of the genes is suppressed by high temperatures during grain development - and this then elevates the risk of PHS...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Breakthrough finds wheat's vital sleeper gene.. Two bread wheat genes that provide resistance to pre-harvest sprouting - one of the main impediments to consistent grain quality - have been identified by CSIRO's Agriculture Flagship in a GRDC project... The resistance was thought to be due to the existence of genes collectively called 'dormancy genes' because of their ability to suppress germination (keep seed asleep, so to speak) under conditions that would otherwise lead to pre-harvest sprouting...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Breakthrough finds wheat's vital sleeper gene.. Two bread wheat genes that provide resistance to pre-harvest sprouting - one of the main impediments to consistent grain quality - have been identified by CSIRO's Agriculture Flagship in a GRDC project... The resistance was thought to be due to the existence of genes collectively called 'dormancy genes' because of their ability to suppress germination (keep seed asleep, so to speak) under conditions that would otherwise lead to pre-harvest sprouting...
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