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Variation among 2-, 3-, and 4- way soybean crosses



Variation among 2-, 3-, and 4- way soybean crosses



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 40(6): 2471B



The 3-way (adapted X introduced) X adapted crosses yield more and lodged less than 2-way adapted X introduced and 4-way (adapted X introduced) X (adapted X introduced) crosses. The 4-way crosses matured earlier than 2 and 3-way crosses. The 2-way crosses were tallest. The highest genotypic variances and heritability estimates occurred in the 3-way crosses for yield and lodging resistance and in the 4-way crosses for maturity and plant height.

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