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Barren-stalk-fastigiate, baf, chromosome 9S

, : Barren-stalk-fastigiate, baf, chromosome 9S. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter (61): 46-47

Maize progenies segregating for the barren-stalk-fastigiate trait usually have neither an ear nor the characteristic ear notch in the culm, but occasional ears do develop and set grain. The stalks and the ears, when present, show abnormal morphology.

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