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Breeding of hybrid grain sorghum by the utilization of cytoplasmic male sterility

Scientific Research Abstracts in Re ic of China Part 1: 1981; 441-442
Breeding of hybrid grain sorghum by the utilization of cytoplasmic male sterility
In a spring trial, the majority of 20 hybrid progeny lines observed were generally superior to the control.

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