Recurrent backcrossing in the study of quantitative inheritance

@article{Hill1966RecurrentBI,
  title={Recurrent backcrossing in the study of quantitative inheritance},
  author={Jason Anthony Hill},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={1966},
  volume={21},
  pages={85-120}
}
THE majority of investigations into the inheritance of continuously varying characters using inbred lines have been concentrated exclusively on the F2 and subsequent generations in the selfing series, with the result that the potentialities of backcross generations for quantitative inheritance have never been fully explored. True they are usually more difficult to produce than the F2, but the extra labour required is 

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