Identification of Essentially Derived Varieties Obtained from Biparental Crosses of Homozygous Lines : II . Morphological Distances and Heterosis in Comparison with Simple Sequence Repeat and Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism Data in Maize

@inproceedings{Heckenberger2005IdentificationOE,
  title={Identification of Essentially Derived Varieties Obtained from Biparental Crosses of Homozygous Lines : II . Morphological Distances and Heterosis in Comparison with Simple Sequence Repeat and Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism Data in Maize},
  author={Martin Heckenberger and Martin Bohn and Dietrich Klein and Albrecht E Melchinger},
  year={2005}
}
Tools like doubled haploids, marker-assisted backcrossing, and genetic engineering allow to add a small In addition to genetic distances (GDs) based on molecular markers, number of genes to a protected variety and apply for morphological traits and heterosis have been proposed as possible tools to assess the genetic conformity between putative essentially PVP for this new variety. In addition, it is possible to derived varieties (EDVs) and their initial varieties (IVs). However, select… CONTINUE READING
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