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Results of work on the production of early maize hybrids with improved grain quality


, : Results of work on the production of early maize hybrids with improved grain quality. Breeding high lysine maize, 11 [Part 1]: 72-81

An outline is presented of Soviet breeding work in this field under the following headings: breeding for high protein content, work on the production of hybrids using opaque-2 mutations, a study of moisture content in the grain of high-lysine maize, and some features of high-lysine hybrids.

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