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Possibilities for identifying major genes controlling quantitative traits using maternal haploids of maize


Possibilities for identifying major genes controlling quantitative traits using maternal haploids of maize



Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter 72: 44-45



The objective of this study was to explore the possibilities of using matroclinal haploids for ascertaining the number of genes controlling plant height by which maize lines 092 and A619 are differentiated. To produce maternal haploids from both lines and their reciprocal hybrids, a haploid inducer line was used. The occurrence of transgressive haploids in the progeny suggested that the parental lines were differentiated by no less than two genes for plant height.

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