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Table 1 Phenotypic performance of the aneuploid plants

From: A transcriptomic view of the ability of nascent hexaploid wheat to tolerate aneuploidy

GenotypeNo. of plantsChromosome constitutionPlant height (cm)Spike length (cm)No. of spikeletsSeed set (%)
M4B1020″ + 4B’88.05 ± 2.8917.49 ± 0.5623.90 ± 0.4854.49 ± 2.71*
Euploid2821″86.07 ± 2.9717.77 ± 0.3924.23 ± 0.3163.83 ± 2.85
Tri4B520″ + 4B”’79.76 ± 1.9715.12 ± 0.89**22.40 ± 0.51*61.14 ± 2.45
SegT2A520″ + Seg2A”92.42 ± 3.3821.14 ± 0.96*25.40 ± 0.4071.17 ± 3.61
N7B + SegT2A1119″ + Seg2A”72.91 ± 3.06**17.14 ± 0.34**21.27 ± 0.36**28.63 ± 3.06**
  1. *, **: means differ from one another at P ≤ 0.05 and ≤ 0.01, respectively (statistical significance was determined using Student’s t test). Comparisons were made between euploid plants and the aneuploids M4B, Tri4B and SegT2A and between N7B + SegT2A and SegT2A