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Ambika B. Gaikwad, Tusar Kanti Behera, Anand K. Singh, Devanshi Chandel, Jawahir L. Karihaloo, and Jack E. Staub

difficulty during commercial hybrid seed production. Two genetically distinct gynoecious (Gy) lines DBTG-201 (syn. DBGy-201) and DBTG-202 (syn. DBGy-202) grouped together after cluster analysis ( Table 1 ; Fig. 1 ; subgroup 5), confirming relationships

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Chin-Mu Chen, Tzu-Yao Wei, and Der-Ming Yeh

doubleness and grandiflora characters and its use in hybrid seed production Euphytica 22 520 526 Sreevalli, Y. Baskaran, K. Kulkarni, R.N. Kumar, S. 2000 Further evidence for the absence of automatic and intra-flower self-pollination in periwinkle Curr. Sci

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Katrina J.M. Hodgson-Kratky and David J. Wolyn

their interactions with individual genotypes may also have influenced expressivity in russian dandelion. Temperature-sensitive CMS is not practical for hybrid seed production because purity can be compromised by selfing during unfavorable conditions. The

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Cunquan Yuan, Zhiyi Qu, Huitang Pan, Tangren Cheng, Jia Wang, and Qixiang Zhang

hybrid seed production and seed quality ( Qu et al., 2017 ). Therefore, predicting the heterostyly using linkage markers at an early stage will be of great benefit for P. forbesii hybrid seed production. BSA generally detects a single multiallelic locus

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Bingqiang Wei, Lanlan Wang, Paul W. Bosland, Gaoyuan Zhang, and Ru Zhang

, hybrid vigor can improve the yield, resistance, and quality of pepper. Cytoplasmic male sterility facilitates the production of hybrid seed. A major concern of hybrid seed production is prevention of self-pollination that can produce seeds that are not

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Li Huang, Wan-zhi Ye, Ting-ting Liu, and Jia-shu Cao

system for hybrid seed production. For example, various male-sterile types isolated from Brassica napus , Brassica oleracea , and Brassica campestris (syn. Brassica rapa ) are now widely applied in agricultural production. The mechanism underlying

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Jana Murovec

hybrids, which indicates an excess of heterozygosity. It is in accordance with the mode of hybrid seed production through pollination of genetically diverse homozygous lines to obtain high heterozygosity and, consequently, high hybrid vigor. The average

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Hela Chikh-Rouhou, Rafael González-Torres, José María Alvarez, and Ali Oumouloud

). Most of the resistant accessions are andromonoecious; only Kogane Nashi Makuwa and BG-5384, which both show high levels of resistance, appear to be monoecious. Monoecious genotypes may be easily used in hybrid seed production as female parents because

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Craig A. Ledbetter and Elizabeth E. Rogers

-almond hybrids as seedling rootstocks for almond: First year growth and potential pollenizers for hybrid seed production Euphytica 160 259 266 Li, W.B. Pria, W.D. Teixeira, D.C. Miranda, V.S. Ayers, A

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Peter T. Hyde, Elizabeth D. Earle, and Martha A. Mutschler

proprietary polymerase chain reaction-based markers. The 16 DH lines used for hybrid seed production and evaluation were uniform for band pattern among plants within a DH line. One of the female lines was an American long-storage pungent onion typical of