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WHEAT BREEDING PROGRAMME: OBJECTIVES AND STAGES
High grain yield, resistance to major diseases (rust, smut, bunt, Fusarium), tolerance to abiotic stresses (drought, salt, heat), early flowering and maturity, reaction to high fertilizer doses, dwarf and lodging resistance, and so on are the main challenges for wheat breeders and geneticists (Salam et al., 2018). Wheat can develop in a variety of climates, from irrigated temperate to dry to high rainfall zones, and from warm humid to dry cold (Sallam et al., 2015). As a result, solving thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.5893902 fatcat:gof5dc5ulfcmbgf3yv3caeuuaq