Resistance to Second-Brood European Corn Borer Attack in Dent Inbred ‘B52’ and in Progeny from Crosses with Four Sweet Corn Inbreds1,2

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C. T. Pounders Jr. University of Minnesota, St. Paul

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Received for publication May 14, 1974. MN Agricultural Experiment Station Journal Series No. 8678.

The authors wish to express appreciation to Dr. W. D. Guthrie, USDA Corn Borer Investigations Laboratory, Ankeny, IO for his advice and counsel.

Research Assistant and Professor, respectively, Department of Horticultural Science.

Research Assistant and Professor, respectively, Department of Entomology, Fisheries and Wildlife.

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