Cereal Research Communications

Publisher: Akadémiai Kiadó

Journal description

Current impact factor: 0.61

Impact Factor Rankings

2015 Impact Factor Available summer 2016
2014 Impact Factor 0.607
2013 Impact Factor 0.624
2012 Impact Factor 0.549
2011 Impact Factor 0.392
2010 Impact Factor 0.084
2008 Impact Factor 1.19
2007 Impact Factor 1.19
2006 Impact Factor 1.037
2005 Impact Factor 0.32
2004 Impact Factor 0.2
2003 Impact Factor 0.228
2002 Impact Factor 0.235
2001 Impact Factor 0.294
2000 Impact Factor 0.198
1999 Impact Factor 0.263
1998 Impact Factor 0.173
1997 Impact Factor 0.207

Impact factor over time

Impact factor

Additional details

5-year impact 0.43
Cited half-life 7.20
Immediacy index 0.05
Eigenfactor 0.00
Article influence 0.10
ISSN 1788-9170
OCLC 317918788
Material type Document, Internet resource
Document type Internet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper

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Akadémiai Kiadó

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Publications in this journal

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    ABSTRACT: The objective of this study is the analysis of polymorphism in seed endosperm proteins (gliadins and glutenins) of Turkish cultivated einkorn wheat [Triticum monococcum ssp. monococcum] landraces. The genetic diversity of high-molecular-weight (HMW) glutenin subunits and the gliadin proteins in 10 landrace populations of cultivated einkorn wheat, originating from Turkey, was investigated using sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) and ammonium lactic acid polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (A-PAGE), respectively. For glutenins, the mean number of alleles, the mean number of effective alleles, the mean value of genetic diversity and the mean value of average genetic diversity were detected as 3.50, 2.98, 0.65 and 0.28, respectively. The genetic differentiation was 0.57, while gene flow was 0.19 between populations. For gliadins, the mean number of alleles, the mean number of effective alleles, the mean value of total genetic diversity and the genetic diversity within population were detected as 2.00, 1.21, 0.17 and 0.15, respectively. The genetic differentiation was 0.08, whereas gene flow was 6.15 between populations. STRUCTURE is a software package program for population genetic analysis, was used to infer population structures of landraces populations. The optimum value for K was obtained as 10. Considering the high number of proteins and genetic variation, and increased interest in organic products, the farming of einkorn wheat should be supported and conservation of germplasm in landraces should be maintained as important genetic resources. The landraces germplasm should be conserved for future crop improvement processes. Keywords: cultivated einkorn wheat, Triticum monococcum L. ssp. monococcum, genetic variation, high-molecular weight (HMW) glutenin subunits, gliadins
    Cereal Research Communications 02/2015; 43(1):108–122. DOI:10.1556/CRC.2014.0028
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    ABSTRACT: The main motive of the present work was to detect and confirm the presence of the 1BL.1RS wheat-rye translocation in elite Hellenic bread wheat germplasm. For this, a molecular method was employed and seven Hellenic bread wheat cultivars (Acheloos, Acheron, Chios, Elisavet, Myconos, Orpheus, and Vergina) were studied. A rye population originated from Florina, and cultivar Kavkaz/Cgn, one of the donors of the 1BL.1RS translocation to bread wheat, were used as positive checks. The polymerase chain reaction was applied and two promoters for bread wheat gene alleles located on short arm of chromosome 1B (GLU-B3, GLI-B3) and one promoter for a rye gene (SEC I) located on short arm of chromosome 1R, were involved. It was demonstrated that cultivars Acheron, Elisavet and Orpheus do carry the 1BL.1RS translocation, whereas the rest of the varieties studied, they do not it. It was concluded that cultivars Acheron, Elisavet and Orpheus that carry the translocation, could be crossed to other elite genotypes lucking the translocation and produce new varieties possessing the advantages of the 1BL.1RS translocation. A special attention should be given to cultivar Acheron since this cultivar, despite the presence of the translocation carries favourable alleles in other gene loci affecting positively the quality of the produced bread.
    Cereal Research Communications 02/2015; 1(-1). DOI:10.1556/CRC.2014.0047
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    ABSTRACT: The experiments for determining the multiple insect-pest incidence on yield loss in basmati rice was conducted for two crop seasons. Five treatments were, viz. application of imidacloprid in vegetative stage; application of granular insecticide in vegetative stage; application of higher dose of Urea; augmentive releases of yellow stem borer egg mass at vegetative and booting stage; untreated control. During both the years, the correlation between grain yield and dead heart, leaf folder damage and planthopper population at 50 and 65 DAT and white ear at maturity was negative. The analysis of variance of regression analysis of yield Vs damage levels at different crop growth stages during both the years revealed a significant linear relationship. The yield loss was highly related to incidence of stem borer and leaf folder damage at 50 and 65 DAT during both the years. For integrated pest management, effective monitoring of stem borer and leaf folder from 50 to 65 DAT is required, which appeared as a critical crop growth stage. The farmers should remain cautious during this period to prevent yield loss.
    Cereal Research Communications 02/2015; 1(-1). DOI:10.1556/CRC.2014.0034
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    ABSTRACT: The objective of this study was to test if the response to 10 cycles of a recurrent selection program conducted under conventional tillage and rain fed conditions was the same when contrasted, for several traits, under conventional and non-tillage practices. During two season (2011 and 2012) the 44 S-derived families (four/C0 to C10 populations) were evaluated under conventional and non-tillage systems in two fields next to each other. Days to anthesis, plant height, grain, and biomass yield and 1000-grain weight were determined. The grain number per m2 and harvest index was also estimated. From a random sample of 10 tillers the spikelet per spike and grains per spike were measured. For each trait, a linear mixed model (regression) was fitted to the experimental data. The slopes, under conventional tillage, were significant greater than zero for grain yield, harvest index, seeds per square meter, spikelet per spike and seeds per spike. Under non-tillage the list of traits showing slopes significantly greater than zero was shorter. For most traits there was a significant difference in the intercept terms between conventional tillage and non-tillage, which is interpreted as the tillage-practice effect. The concurrent evaluation in conventional and non-tillage soil managements of ten cycles of a recurrent selection program performed under conventional tillage confirmed the occurrence of a significant genetic progress only under conventional tillage.
    Cereal Research Communications 02/2014; 42(3):525-533. DOI:10.1556/CRC.2013.0069