No difference between modern and heritage hard red spring wheat for celiac incidence

Author: 
Senay Simsek, North Dakota State University
04/26/2017

With the global demand for wheat remaining quite strong, there is a continual need to develop new varieties that have resistance to the latest disease threats, as well as improved yield, agronomic and end-use qualities. The varieties available today are improved over historic varieties, yet their basic genetic structure is essentially unchanged. READ ARTICLE>

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