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GrainGenes Allele Report: Ch2 (Triticum)

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Allele
Ch2 (Triticum)
Synonym
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ReferenceSachs L (1953) The occurrence of hybrid semi-lethals and the cytology of Triticum macha and T. vavilovi. Journal of Agricultural Science 43:204-213.
Ne3
ReferenceTsunewaki K and Kihara H (1961) F1 monosomic analysis of Triticum macha. Wheat Information Service 12:1-2.
Reference
ReferenceHermsen JGTh (1966) Hybrid necrosis and red hybrid chlorosis. Proceedings of the 2nd International Wheat Genetics Symposium, Hereditas Supplement, Lund, Sweden 2:439-452.
ReferenceTsunewaki K and Kihara H (1961) F1 monosomic analysis of Triticum macha. Wheat Information Service 12:1-2.
ReferenceSachs L (1953) The occurrence of hybrid semi-lethals and the cytology of Triticum macha and T. vavilovi. Journal of Agricultural Science 43:204-213.
Gene
Ch2 (Triticum)
Germplasm
GermplasmChinese Spring
Hexaploid stockChinese Spring
ReferenceTsunewaki K and Kihara H (1961) F1 monosomic analysis of Triticum macha. Wheat Information Service 12:1-2.
Chinese Spring
ReferenceHermsen JGTh (1966) Hybrid necrosis and red hybrid chlorosis. Proceedings of the 2nd International Wheat Genetics Symposium, Hereditas Supplement, Lund, Sweden 2:439-452.
Comment
Extremely widespread; very few wheats lack this allele.
Hexaploid stock: T. vavilovi.
Info Source
ReferenceMcIntosh RA et al. (1995) Catalogue of gene symbols for wheat. Proceedings of the 8th International Wheat Genetics Symposium 1333-1500.
Data Curator
Hart, Gary E.95.08.24