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Comparative evaluation of maize hybrids and their parent forms in direct and reciprocal crosses

, : Comparative evaluation of maize hybrids and their parent forms in direct and reciprocal crosses. Sb. nauchn. tr. Belorussk. n.-i. in-t zemledeliya, 12, 140-143

Six pairs of reciprocal hybrids were studied in White Russia for length of the the growth period, increase in plant height, yield, and content of protein, starch and oil in the grain.


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