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Inheritance of resistance to methyl parathion in sorgo



Inheritance of resistance to methyl parathion in sorgo



Proceedings, abstracts of papers and addresses presented at the 59th Annual Convention of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers, Inc. held in Jacksonville, Florida, February 5-7 1962. 72 p



In a cross between susceptible Honey and resistant Wiley, segregating F3 populations have indicated that susceptibility to damage by methyl parathion is controlled by a single gene recessive to resistance.

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