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Explaining the genetical nature of heterosis from the point of view of physiological and genetical analysis



Explaining the genetical nature of heterosis from the point of view of physiological and genetical analysis



Acta Univ. Agric. Brno : Rada A. 16: 1, 149-57



The ascorbase, peroxidase and polyphenol-oxidase activities of the single maize hybrids A166 x A188 and A34 x A171 during the later stages of panicle development were intermediate between or lower than those of the parental lines.

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