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Response of cotton varieties to repeated self pollination



Response of cotton varieties to repeated self pollination



Nauch tr Tashkent s kh in t (66): 89-95



The Soviet varieties 153F, S3173 and 155F and the American varieties 1271, Texas and Lone Star, when selfed for three years to produce I1, I2 and I3 lines, were placed in the following order as regards extent of inbreeding depression: S3173, Texas, 155F, 1271, 153F and (the least affected) Lone Star.

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