The branched common wheat
AbstractThe ear branched common wheat strain Triticum aestivum L. ssp. vulgare (Vill.) Mac Kay, constant from a hereditary point of view, is a newness in our country. By the form achieved by us due to the ramification of the main ear axis up to the point of the second order ramification and with the insertion of many spiklets at the node of the rachis, the number of the flowers from a spike increases up to 160. The obtained wheat strain presents a scientifical and practical interest in wheat breeding processes.
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