Georgia is considered as one of the main centers of origin and formation of domesticated wheat species. This monograph summarizes the results of long experimental research of scientists from different countries. Here is presented genetic and breeding value of Georgian wheat endemic species and soft wheat aboriginal varieties, their genomic evolution and the role of endemic species in the formation of domesticated wheat species.
Tsotne Samadashvili - Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Professor, Head of the Research Division of Cereal Crops of the SRCA. He is the author of about 300 scientific publications, 12 methodical and 12 textbooks, and 3 monographic works. He is intensively working on Triticum evolution, systematics, genetics and breeding issues.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Georgian wheat, Endemic species, soft wheat, genetics, Breeding
SCIENCE / Horticulture