Combining ability of cytoplasmic male sterility on yield and agronomic traits of sorghum for grain and biomass dual-purpose use

@article{He2020CombiningAO,
  title={Combining ability of cytoplasmic male sterility on yield and agronomic traits of sorghum for grain and biomass dual-purpose use},
  author={S. He and Chaochen Tang and M. Wang and Songbo Li and B. Diallo and Y. Xu and Fangyuan Zhou and L. Sun and Wenjun Shi and G. H. Xie},
  journal={Industrial Crops and Products},
  year={2020},
  volume={157},
  pages={112894}
}
  • S. He, Chaochen Tang, +7 authors G. H. Xie
  • Published 2020
  • Biology
  • Industrial Crops and Products
  • Abstract Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is a high-yielding C4 crop used not only to produce grains for food, feed, and industrial uses but also biomass (i.e., leaf and stem) for biofuel production. To take better advantage of its heterosis for both grain and biomass dual-purpose use, the combining ability of 34 cytoplasmic male sterile lines (female) were tested with 3 cytoplasmic male fertile restore lines (male) using the North Carolina design (NCⅡ) at Zhuozhou (Hebei province) and… CONTINUE READING

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