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Expected inbreeding with recurrent selection in maize: I. Mass selection and modified ear-to-row selection



Expected inbreeding with recurrent selection in maize: I. Mass selection and modified ear-to-row selection



Crop Science 38(6): 1432-1436



Maize breeders reduce inbreeding either by increasing the number of selected units or by intermating unrelated selection units. To determine optimal sample size for selection, one needs explicit functions to estimate the expected inbreeding in recurrent selection. The objectives of this study were to develop functions for mass (MS) and modified ear-to-row selection (METRS) in maize (Zea mays).

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