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“…Some recent studies have shown the possible relevance of Eps genes not only in fine adjusting anthesis time, but also through affecting spikelet number (Alvarez et al, 2016) and grains per spike (Lewis et al, 2008). This is in line with the hypothesis that genes effecting developmental traits might alter the dynamics of organs initiated in response to changes in the duration (Ferrante et al, 2013;González et al, 2005b;Miralles and Richards, 2000;Prieto et al, 2018aPrieto et al, , 2018bSnape et al, 2001). The dynamics of organs such as tillers, spikelets and florets (resulting a posteriori in yield components) may well depend, at least in part, upon the time allocated for their development.…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
confidence: 75%
“…Genetic factors controlling the duration of the developmental phases would be expected to have pleiotropic effect on yield traits (Börner et al, 1993;Foulkes et al, 2004). Certainly, a number of studies have shown that modifying the duration of particular developmental phases either through genetic factors (Gawroński et al, 2014;Lewis et al, 2008;Ochagavía et al, 2018a;Pérez-Gianmarco et al, 2018;Prieto et al, 2018a) or environmental treatments (González et al, 2005a(González et al, , 2003a(González et al, , 2003bSerrago et al, 2008;Steinfort et al, 2017;Wall and Cartwright, 1974) improves spike fertility; which in turn is a major determinant of wheat yield (Slafer et al, 2014;Würschum et al, 2018).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In contrast, floral development occurred earlier, and seed numbers were maintained under high ambient temperatures in both wild-type Ppd-1 and elf3 mutants ( Ejaz and von Korff, 2017 ). In wheat, allelic variation for ELF3 is likely to underpin an Earliness per se locus ( Eps-D1 ), which interacts with temperature to regulate flowering time, spikelet number, and floret fertility ( Lewis et al , 2008 ; Prieto et al , 2018 ; Ochagavía et al , 2019 ). Early-flowering alleles of Eps-D1 accelerate flowering, reduce spikelet number, and increase floret fertility, particularly when grown at cool temperatures (9–12 °C), while late alleles increase floret fertility at warmer temperatures (18 °C) ( Lewis et al , 2008 ; Prieto et al , 2018 ; Ochagavía et al , 2019 ).…”
Section: Molecular Mechanisms Influencing Responses To Temperaturementioning
confidence: 99%
“…In wheat, allelic variation for ELF3 is likely to underpin an Earliness per se locus ( Eps-D1 ), which interacts with temperature to regulate flowering time, spikelet number, and floret fertility ( Lewis et al , 2008 ; Prieto et al , 2018 ; Ochagavía et al , 2019 ). Early-flowering alleles of Eps-D1 accelerate flowering, reduce spikelet number, and increase floret fertility, particularly when grown at cool temperatures (9–12 °C), while late alleles increase floret fertility at warmer temperatures (18 °C) ( Lewis et al , 2008 ; Prieto et al , 2018 ; Ochagavía et al , 2019 ). The variable response of the Eps-D1 alleles at lower temperatures is potentially dependent on differences in ELF3 expression, which is significantly different between early and late alleles at 12 °C, but not 18 °C ( Ochagavía et al , 2019 ).…”
Section: Molecular Mechanisms Influencing Responses To Temperaturementioning
confidence: 99%
“…in breeding programs. For instance, as a reasonable response to the intensified drought stress and high temperatures during late season, earliness is considered as a vital solution in developing current genotypes into the vulnerable environments, based on the physiological mechanism of stress avoidance (Hu et al, 2005;Mondal et al, 2013;Mwadzingeni et al, 2016;Prieto et al, 2018). Therefore, it seems that irrespective the time of occurrence of phenological events (e.g.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%