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The genetic effects of choice of parents for cross breeding of self-pollinated plants, as illustrated by reference to wheat breeding

The genetic effects of choice of parents for cross breeding of self-pollinated plants, as illustrated by reference to wheat breeding

Hodowla Roslin Aklimatyzacja i Nasiennictwo 14(1): 1-20

Different ways of dealing with a cross of the type (A x B) x (A x C) are examined. If no selection is practised in the first generation, the chances of obtaining desired combinations of A, B and C in the second generation are calculated as about 10%.

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