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Studies on correlation of hybrid traits and relation between heterosis and its parents in high quality cytoplasmic male sterile B. napus



Studies on correlation of hybrid traits and relation between heterosis and its parents in high quality cytoplasmic male sterile B. napus



Cruciferae Newsletter ( 21): 113-114



Three double-low CMS lines of Brassica napus, 6 double-low restorers and their 18 F1 hybrids were evaluated for 14 yield-related and agronomic traits at Zhengzhou in 1996.

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