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g]), overall average and coefficient of variation (CV%) of shoot dry matter of N (SDWN) and P (SDWP), N acquisition efficiency (NAE) and P (PAE), N utilization efficiency (NUtE) and P (PUtE), lateral root length in the environment of N (LLAT N) and P (LLAT P), axial root length in the environment of N (LAXI N) and P (LAXI P) from 15 maize inbred lines, Vicosa, Minas Gerais State, Brazil.
The effect of GY, MF, PH and ST were significant for inbred lines within each tester, indicating that the effects of lines were very important in the expression of genetic variability.
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.
Six maize inbred lines were used, including 4 CIMMYT inbred lines (CML333, CML335, CML336, and CML338), and Mp708 and AB24E as resistant and susceptible controls, respectively, (Brooks et al.
Patent database to identify the inbreds most often referred to in comparisons within patents of new lines, (ii) creating and querying our own proprietary pedigree database (PD) consisting of derivations of 685 protected inbred lines to identify those lines most often used in recombinant populations for the development of new inbreds, and (iii) using PD to identify the types of germplasm and parental populations used for line development.
Statistical Analysis: Griffing analysis of variance was used for estimation of GCA, SCA and reciprocal effects for studied quantitative traits of maize inbred lines.
Even though breeding possibilities for resistance to tropical rust seems quite restricted in popcorn germplasm, since it was found thatjust a single inbred line (L7.
11] reported that in heat stress condition in inbred lines grain number in ear, tassel branching out number and grain protein percent traits in model were input and 95% determined variation of grain yield.
Crossing Line 1 with other inbred lines of Hereford cattle provided some of the first estimates of heterosis for beef cattle.
Because this variability may be limited among inbred lines in current maize breeding programs (Lafitte et al.