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Wheat

A cereal used in a large number of products, especially food. Wheat is contained in bread, cake, beer, pasta and even some fuels. Wheat is a major commodity and its contracts are traded on exchanges.
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Salt Tolerance in the Triticeae: Solute accumulation and distribution in an amphiploid derived from Triticum aestivum cv.
The first Triticum pollen grain at ca 1500 BC points to the earliest date for the arrival of agriculture in the Keava area, however human population possibly living there was small and did not influence the local environment.
Zhang G, Hoddinott L Taylor GJ (1994) Characterization of 1,3-[beta]-D-glucan (callose) synthesis in roots of Triticum aestivum in response to aluminum toxicity.
Stimulation of shoot regeneration in Triticum aestivum and Nicotiana plumbaginifolia viv.
However, differences in plant-induced pH had a relatively minor impact on resistance to aluminum stress in Triticum aestivum when the relative supply of [NO.
The five top-selling herbal supplements--as coded by primary ingredient--of 2013 in the natural channel, according to SPINS, were turmeric (Curcuma longa) and extracts standardized to curcumin; grass (wheat and barley; Triticum aestivum and Hordeum vulgare, respectively); flaxseed (Linum usitatissimum) and/or flax oil; aloe vera (Aloe vera); and spirulina/blue-green algae (Arthrospira spp.
The assemblage was dominated by Triticum dicoccum (emmer) and Hordeurn vulgare subsp.
50 (Theobroma grandiflorum seed butter) Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) germ oil (ACEF) 0.
This bioassay was also employed to assess upland and wild rice against Echinocldoa crus-galli, Indigofera hirsuta, and Lactuca sativa (Maneechote & Krasaesindhu, 1996) and Triticum spp against wild oat (Avena fatua) and Indian hedge mustard (Sisymbriu m orientate) (Hashem & Adkins, 1998).
ARS plant geneticist Gina Brown-Guedira is combining leaf rust resistance found in two ancestors of modern wheat--Aegilops tauschii (also known as goatgrass), a weedy wheat relative found from Afghanistan to Syria, and Triticum timopheevii from Iran, Iraq, and Turkey--into "gene pyramids.
Results from the amplification of this region for Wx-A1 gene in three wild Triticum species only produced one fragment [Fig 1].