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122 40 40 2 2 H. I. Oka H. Morishima T. T. Chang O. Tagumpay National Institute of Genetics Misima Japan the International Rice Research Institute Los Baños Philippines Summary To examine genetic variation in the growth curve parameters and their contribution to factors determining grain yield,...
122 40 40 2 2 S. J. Sheen Department of Agronomy University of Kentucky Lexington Kentucky USA Summary Eight Nicotiana species including the putative progenitors of N. tabacum , Kostoff's amphidiploid ( N. sylvestris × N. tomentosiformis ), and 19 cultivars have been compared for total...
122 40 40 2 2 Darwin L. Newton W. A. Kendall N. L. Taylor Department of Agronomy University of Kentucky Lexington USA Summary Plants of seven perennial Trifolium species were interspecifically pollinated. The female flowers opened at 40 °C, and the male flowers opened in the greenhouse or field...
122 40 40 2 2 R. J. Lorenz Institut für Biologie der Universität Tübingen, Lehrstuhl für Genetik Germany, BRD Bundesforschungsanstalt für Viruskrankheiten der Tiere Tübingen Germany, BRD Summary In part I of this paper (Theoret. Appl. Genetics 40, p. 11–17) an algebraic treatment of...
122 40 40 2 2 J. R. McWilliam B. D. H. Latter Division of Plant Industry CSIRO Canberra A.C.T. Australia Summary The genetic variation for a number of important agronomic characters within a widely based breeding population of Phalaris tuberosa has been analysed, and the interrelationships among...
122 40 40 2 2 R. F. Nassar L. Scott Department of Statistics and Computer Science Kansas State University Manhattan USA Institut für Forstgenetik Sieker Landstr. 2 207 Schmalenbeck Germany, BRD Summary Selection, in the case of a variable finite population size and a two-allelic locus with...
122 40 40 2 2 Erich Mühle Käte Frauenstein Institut für tropische Landwirtschaft und Veterinärmedizin der Karl-Marx-Universität Leipzig DDR Summary In an examination of the susceptibility of 27 fodder grass varieties cultivated in the GDR to 14 races of barley mildew, 9 races of wheat mildew...
122 40 40 2 2 S. K. Jain D. R. Marshall Department of Agronomy and Range Science University of California Davis USA Summary Twenty families each of Avena fatua and A. barbata drawn from a natural population were used for measuring the response to within-family selection for the two extremes in...
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