Give examples of interspecific hybridization in cultivated cereals. For what purpose do breeders get such hybrids?

Examples of interspecific hybridization – crossbreeding of soft wheat with durum, sunflower with Jerusalem artichoke, sowing oats with Byzantine oats, etc. Crossing wheat with rye, wheat with wheatgrass, barley with elimus and others relate to intergeneric hybridization.
Scientists cross different species to get better organisms with the best qualities from each species.

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