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Agronomy of oats
Producing high yields of high quality oats (Avena sativa L.) involves interactions among numerous biological factors, management strategies, and climatic conditions. Biological factors includingExpand
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Host Plant Resistance to
One of eight high tannin cottons had more cotton leafperforator horseshoes than the DPL -61 check, but none had fewer. Six of the high tannin stocks had significantly higher seed damage than DPL -61,Expand
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Soil and Crop Responses to Alternative Tillage Practices
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Breeding rice for sustainable agricultural systems.
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Pollen grain size in four ploidy levels of genusAvena
SummaryPollen grain size in many genera positively correlated with chromosome number. In this study, oat (Avena) pollen grain size was examined in diploids (2×=14, one species, for accessions),Expand
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Crop Sequences for Sustaining Soil Resources in China
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Endosperm Balance Number and the polar-nuclei activation hypotheses for endosperm development in interspecific crosses of Solanaceae and Gramineae, respectively
The Endosperm Balance Number (EBN) and the polar-nuclei activation (PNA) hypotheses have been developed to interpret, explain and predict interspecific and interploidy crossabilities in the SolanumsExpand
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Production and cytogenetics of tetraploid-octoploid Avena hybrids
The objectives of this research were to gather hybridization information about crosses between tetraploid and synthetically derived octoploid lines of Arena and their reciprocals, and to study theExpand
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Protein‐Oil Relationships in Oats 1
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