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Differences in days to flower between inbreds, and grain yield of single crosses among them



Differences in days to flower between inbreds, and grain yield of single crosses among them



Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter (59): 20-22



Analysis of data from short X long duration and midseason X midseason maize hybrids and their parental inbreds revealed that genetic distance between inbred parents for mean number of days to pollen shedding was not correlated with hybrid grain yield.

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