The stability of gene effects of parental inbred lines used to produce a synthetic variety of high yield in maize, Zea mays L

Hosokawa, S.; Ho Van Chuong

Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University 57(2): 133-140

1973


Accession: 000245926

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Abstract
Analysis of diallel crosses within two groups of ten inbred lines (one group selected from the cross Iwanaizairai A [Iwanai Local A] X N85 and one group of diverse origin) showed that additive gene effects were important in introducing heterosis, for the characters studied, in the F1 population from similar-parent material and that nonadditive effects appeared when the parental material was derived from diverse sources.