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The 2 newly-selected inbred lines 'FAW7061' and 'FAW7111' were derived from the 'GT-FAWCC(C5)' population (Wiseman et al.
Results of ANOVA showed significant differences among different levels of drought stress, inbred lines and interaction between drought stress and inbred lines had for grain yield, grain starch percent and grain protein percent under studied conditions (Table 2), which demonstrated existence of high diversity among inbred lines studied for drought tolerance and different between time of applied stress.
g] equals the genetic variance between the inbred lines and the corresponding vector g corresponds to the predictions of the genotypic values of inbred lines.
Parental inbred lines seeds cultivated in three meters lines at blocks that can between desired inbred lines confluence (early maturity*late maturity) and also can hibrids confluence with any lines.
1995) measured heterosis for quantitative traits using crosses among inbred lines of Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas.
Thurston Genetics, founded by Robert Thurston in 1993, serves as a genetics clearinghouse acquiring marketing rights of elite corn inbred lines from seed companies that have an active breeding program.
halstedii isolate was used to summarize all values for two criteria on sunflower inbred lines ~FU~ in one value to facilitate the comparison between the different P.
Nine inbred lines were crossed four inbred testers in a line x tester mating design in kharif 2005 to generate hybrids for this study.
The scientists crossed a plant containing Rp1-D21 with offspring of B73 and Mo17, two popular maize inbred lines.
However, it is still not clear whether inbred lines with varying levels of resistance to ear-feeding insects would confer whorl-feeding insect resistance.
We refer to these contrasts as general combining ability contrasts even though our experiment involves crosses within and among outbred stocks rather than the more typical inbred lines or individual genotypes.