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Inheritance studies in cereals. III. Inheritance of quantitative characters in barley



Inheritance studies in cereals. III. Inheritance of quantitative characters in barley



Proceedings of the Twelfth Pakistan Science Conference, Hyderabad, A70-A71



Four interspecific crosses were examined. The inheritance of spike density appeared to be controlled by multiple factors, laxness being dominant.

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