Wheat
Studies: 7
DArTseq-derived SNPs for wheat Iranian landrace accessionsby Singh, Sukhwinder; Sansaloni, Carolina; Petroli, Cesar; Ellis, Marc; Kilian, Andrzej
Abstract:

More than 2000 Iranian wheat landrace accessions from the CIMMYT Germplasm Bank have been genotyped using the DArTSeq technology.

hdl:11529/10045
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Last Released: Sep 21, 2016
DArTseq-derived SNPs for wheat Mexican landrace accessionsby Singh, Sukwinder; Sansaloni, Carolina; Petroli, Cesar; Ellis, Marc; Kilian, Andrzej
Abstract:

More than 8000 Mexican wheat landrace accessions from the CIMMYT Germplasm Bank have been genotyped using the DArTseq technology.

hdl:11529/10013
90 downloads
Last Released: Sep 21, 2016
Seeds of Discovery - MasAgro Biodiversidad Wheat DArTseq-Derived SNP Data: Beta Recall Results From 2011-2014by Sansaloni, Carolina; Singh, Sukwinder; Petroli, Cesar; Vikram, Prashant; Marshall, David; Kilian, Andrzej; Ellis, Marc; Dreher, Kate
Abstract:

More than 40,000 wheat accessions from the CIMMYT Germplasm Bank have been genotyped using the DArTSeq technology. These accessions include hexaploid, tetraploid, and diploid species and many wild relatives of wheat. Genetic diversity analyses using these data can identify selection footprints and relationships between these accessions which will be helpful for using them in breeding pipelines in more strategic ways.
The genotypic data files provided in this study are so large that they cannot be opened in Excel and can only be opened in Flapjack on systems with large amounts of memory available (e.g. 10 GB).

hdl:11529/10243
80 downloads
Last Released: Sep 21, 2016
Wheat Derived Synthetics Drought Tolerance Evaluation 2011-2012by Bonnett, David; Saint Pierre, Carolina; Jafarzadeh, Jafar ; Jiménez Tapia, José Luis
Abstract:

Derived synthetic wheat lines were tested for drought tolerance via late sowing and reduced irrigation in Ciudad Obregon in the 2011-2012 growing season. These materials were derived from bi-parental crosses, backcrosses, or topcrosses between bread wheat lines and synthetic hexaploid wheat lines. The results presented are the uncurated raw data from one season of planting. The trial contained 1727 unique materials and 2250 total entries.

hdl:11529/10349
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Last Released: Feb 27, 2016
Wheat Derived Synthetics Heat Tolerance Evaluation 2011-2012by Bonnett, David; Saint Pierre, Carolina; Jafarzadeh, Jafar ; Jiménez Tapia, José Luis
Abstract:

The materials in this trial were subjected to very severe heat stress that significantly impacted yield so all results should be analyzed with caution. In this trial derived synthetic wheat lines were tested for heat tolerance via late sowing in Ciudad Obregon in the 2011-2012 growing season. These materials were derived from bi-parental crosses, backcrosses, or topcrosses between bread wheat lines and synthetic hexaploid wheat lines. The results presented are the uncurated raw data from one season of planting. The trial contained 1695 unique materials and 2296 total entries.

hdl:11529/10394
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Last Released: Feb 27, 2016
Wheat Derived Synthetics Yield Potential Evaluation 2011-2012by Bonnett, David; Saint Pierre, Carolina; Jafarzadeh, Jafar ; Jiménez Tapia, José Luis
Abstract:

Derived synthetic wheat lines were tested for yield potential under normal irrigation in Ciudad Obregon in the 2011-2012 growing season. These materials were derived from bi-parental crosses, backcrosses, or topcrosses between bread wheat lines and synthetic hexaploid wheat lines. The results presented are the uncurated raw data from one season of planting. The trial contained 2283 unique materials and 3000 total entries.

hdl:11529/10393
38 downloads
Last Released: Feb 27, 2016
Wheat Mexican Adaptation Trial Winter 2011-2012by Saint Pierre, Carolina; Solís Moya, Ernesto; Hernández Muela, Víctor Manuel; Ireta Moreno, Javier; Fuentes Dávila, Guillermo ; Figuero López, Pedro; Zamora Villa, Víctor Manuel; Burgueño, Juan; Mathews, Ky; Barrios, Jose Luis; Castel Vega, Victor Ivan ; Singh, Sukwinder
Abstract:

A diverse panel of 1,320 spring wheat lines (Triticum aestivum L. and Triticum durum L.) was sown under optimal conditions at five contrasting environments (during the winter cycle) in Mexico. These data will contribute to the efforts for identifying genetic regions related to grain yield, plant height, and days to heading and maturity.

hdl:11529/10016
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Last Released: Aug 28, 2015