Maternal genetic effect of resistance to rice yellow mottle virus disease in rice

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Reciprocal selection is a breeding procedure for population improvement and hybrid development. Both female and male parents contribute genes to their offspring, but the influence of female parent often extends beyond simple genetic transmission. Nine parents were crossed in a full diallel and evaluated for maternal genetic effects for resistance to rice… (More)

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@inproceedings{Munganyinka2015MaternalGE, title={Maternal genetic effect of resistance to rice yellow mottle virus disease in rice}, author={E. Munganyinka and Richard Edema and J. Pereiro De Lamo and Phil Gibson and Daphrose Gahakwa}, year={2015} }