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Control and the possibility of predicting breeding progress using computer-aided selection in spring wheat



Control and the possibility of predicting breeding progress using computer-aided selection in spring wheat



Bericht uber die Arbeitstagung der ' Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Saatzuchtleiter' der ' Vereinigung Osterreichischer Pflanzenzuchter' (37): 63-82



Following an outline of the computerized recording of data from yield trials conducted over a number of sites and years, as a basis for the computer-aided selection (CAS) of parents for hybridization, detailed descriptions are presented of the crossing strategy applied, of data management in the breeding nursery, of the application of CAS in the breeding nursery and of verification of breeding progress at the stage of the yield trial. Examples and tabulated data are included.

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