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Comparative grain yields of corn hybrids in normal and in Texas male-sterile cytoplasm (cms-T) infected with Helminthosporium maydis race T and disease components of cms-T corn hybrids



Comparative grain yields of corn hybrids in normal and in Texas male-sterile cytoplasm (cms-T) infected with Helminthosporium maydis race T and disease components of cms-T corn hybrids



Crop Science 14(2): 190-195



The amount of H. maydis (Cochliobolus heterostrophus) race T infection on maize hybrids with cms-T cytoplasm resulting from either natural or artificial infection was significantly greater than on their normal cytoplasm counterparts. Early infection of cms-T maize hybrids after inoculation was more severe than infection which occurred naturally later in the season.

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