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Inheritance of reaction to Septoria avenae in oats



Inheritance of reaction to Septoria avenae in oats



Agron Jour 52(3): 139-143



In 9 populations involving F2, F3, and F4 generations from several susceptible X resistant crosses, variation of leaf and stem-infection scores following artificial inoculations and following natural infections in segregating populations was continuous with distributions approaching normality. Heritability estimates, calculated by several methods, were high. The data suggest that Septoria reaction should be treated as a quantitative character in oat breeding.

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