Cytoplasmic-nucleargenic effects in the C121 (Athens) Zea mays L. inbred with three cytoplasms

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Seeds of the long-time maize (Zea mays L.) inbred CI 21 (Athens) were prepared with the following cytoplasms: GA 199 and GT 112. Each source of cytoplasm as the female parent was corssed to the CI 21 (A) as the pollen parent. The F1, as the female, was backcrossed successively to the CI 21 (A) genotype until the CI 21 (A) nucleus was substituted into each… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00025119

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@article{Rao2004CytoplasmicnucleargenicEI, title={Cytoplasmic-nucleargenic effects in the C121 (Athens) Zea mays L. inbred with three cytoplasms}, author={A. Prabhakara Rao and Alice A Fleming}, journal={Euphytica}, year={2004}, volume={29}, pages={227-231} }