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Breeding behaviour of sucrose content in the parents of the progeny of eight biparental sugar cane crosses



Breeding behaviour of sucrose content in the parents of the progeny of eight biparental sugar cane crosses



Proc Amer Soc Sugar Cane Tech: 165



A study of 100 stools randomly selected from progeny from crosses of parents that differed in sucrose content showed that sucrose content is a quantitative characteristic for which physiological limits exist.

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