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122 50 50 1 1 G. E. Hart P. J. Langston Genetics Section, Department of Plant Sciences Texas A & M University, College Station Texas USA Agronomy Department Waite Agricultural Research Institute University of Adelaide Glen Osmond 5064 South Australia Australia Summary A simple procedure has been...
122 50 50 1 1 F. Hoffmann G. Wenzel Projektgruppen Haploide in der Pflanzenzüchtung Max-Planck-Institut für Pflanzengenetik Ladenburg BRD Summary A quick and simple semi-quantitative method of selecting single seeds of rye for their content of 5-alkyl-resorcinols is presented. The resorcinols...
122 50 50 1 1 P. W. Simon S. J. Peloquin Departments of Genetics and Horticulture University of Wisconsin Madison Wisconsin USA Summary Stamen culture of several Solanum species and interspecific hybrids was performed and each stamen was scored for presence and origin of callus. Each species and...
122 50 50 1 1 D. C. Greenberg Plant Breeding Institute Maris Lane Trumpington Cambridge Hurst Gunson Cooper Taber CM8 2DX Witham Essex England Summary A diallel cross analysis of gum content in barley ( Hordeum vulgare ) was made using six cultivars of two-rowed spring barley as parents. A...
122 50 50 1 1 P. Y. P. Tai R. O. Hammons R. S. Matlock Coastal Plain Station University of Georgia College of Agriculture USA ARS, USDA Tifton Oklahoma Agriculture Experimental Station Stillwater Oklahoma USA Summary The genetic relationships of three chlorophyll-deficient mutant peanuts,...
122 50 50 1 1 H. Daday A. Grassia F. E. Binet Division of Plant Industry CSIRO Canberra Division of Mathematics Canberra Molecular and Cellular Unit Epping Australia Summary Both general and specific combining abilities for creeping-rootedness of lucerne were found to be highly significant...
122 50 50 1 1 G. E. Rehfeldt Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture Research Geneticist, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station Ogden Utah USA Summary Potentials for improvement of the interior variety of Douglas-fir ( Pseudotsuga menziesii var. ‘glauca’) by hybridization...
122 50 50 1 1 P. L. Pfahler H. F. Linskens University of Florida Gainesville Florida USA University of Nijmegen Nijmegen the Netherlands Summary Mature pollen grains from two single cross (F 1 ) hybrids, Wf9 X H55 and K64 X K55, were exposed to eleven levels (0 to 6.80 erg/cm 2 × 10 5 at 0.68...
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