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Comparisons of using fitted (calculated) and determined (measured) genetic coefficient G2 in CERES-Maize

Comparisons of using fitted (calculated) and determined (measured) genetic coefficient G2 in CERES-Maize

South African Journal of Plant and Soil 19(4): 208-210

ISSN/ISBN: 0257-1862

DOI: 10.1080/02571862.2002.10634467

Genetic coefficients reflect simulated differences in cultivar growth and development. These are not readily available for most South African maize cultivars. They could either be fitted or determined experimentally.

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