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Hybrid growth retardation due to two dominant complementary genes in barley



Hybrid growth retardation due to two dominant complementary genes in barley



Barley Genetics Newsletter 10: 20-22



The F1 from the cross two-rowed Shin Ebisu 16 X the six-rowed Turkish variety T193 had fewer tillers than either parent and was intermediate between the parents in culm and ear length. The F1 from the cross Shin Ebisu 16 with H. bulbosum cytoplasm X T193 ahd fewer tillers, shorter culms and ears and fewer "triplets" per spike and headed later than the first hybrid.

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