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Estimation of population parameters for head blight resistance (Fusarium culmorum) in winter rye

, : Estimation of population parameters for head blight resistance (Fusarium culmorum) in winter rye. Hodowla Roslin, Aklimatyzacja i Nasiennictwo 37(3): 171-175

Genetic analysis of resistance was performed by inoculating F1 and F2 material from 15 diallel crosses, the parental lines and 10 additional inbreds in a 2-year field experiment. The inbreds were also tested for resistance to F. graminearum Disease rating and yield components relative to the uninoculated control were measured. Significant genotypic and genotype x year interaction variances were found throughout.

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