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Relationship between frequency of autodiploid corn inbred occurrence and origin of initial stock






Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 66): 58

Relationship between frequency of autodiploid corn inbred occurrence and origin of initial stock

During 1982-89, haploid plants were obtained from maize populations and crosses of autodiploid inbred origin at a frequency of 0.21%, compared with 0.15% for populations of public line origin. Doubled haploids were produced by colchicine treatment.


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