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Estimation for the necessarily sampling capacities of the sugarcane seedling population

Journal of Fujian Agricultural University 24(4): 389-393

Estimation for the necessarily sampling capacities of the sugarcane seedling population

Random samples of different size were taken from hybrid populations from 4 cross-combinations to compare the averages and variances for 5 traits with those from a population composed of 240 seedlings.

Accession: 002831550

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