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  1. Vol. 49 No. 7, p. 351-353
    Received: Jan 14, 1957

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Quality Characteristics of Two Pairs of Isogenic Lines of Wheat1

  1. I. M. Atkins and
  2. Karl F. Finney2



Paired isogenic lines, differing in one case in the presence or absence of awns and in the other in seed coat color, were compared in quality characteristics over a 3 year period in Texas and in regional nurseries. Within the limits of measuring quality now available, the pairs were identical. However, the awned segregate averaged 0.52 pound greater in test weight.

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