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Book: Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, CSSA Special Publication 25, 1998
Published by: Crop Science Society of America

 

Table of Contents



    • I. L. Goldman
      From Out of Old Fields Comes All This New Corn: An Historical Perspective on Heterosis in Plant Improvement
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c1
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:1-12
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    • Dwight T. Tomes
      Heterosis: Performance Stability, Adaptability to Changing Technology, and the Foundation of Agriculture as a Business
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c2
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:13-27
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    • Albrecht E. Melchinger and Ramesh K. Gumber
      Overview of Heterosis and Heterotic Groups in Agronomic Crops
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c3
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:29-44
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    • Jules Janick
      Hybrids in Horticultural Crops
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c4
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:45-56
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    • Jeffry B. Mitton
      Apparent Overdominance in Natural Plant Populations
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c5
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:57-69
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    • Edwin T. Bingham
      Role of Chromosome Blocks in Heterosis and Estimates of Dominance and Overdominance
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c6
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:71-87
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    • Andrew G. Clark
      Inference of Heterosis and Epistasis in Transposon Tagged Drosophila
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c7
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:89-97
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    • Tom Blake, Vladimir Kanazin, Steve Larson and Joy Eckhoff
      Avoiding Project Bankruptcy While Effectively Employing Markers
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c8
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:99-108
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    • Michael J. Havey
      Molecular Analyses and Heterosis in the Vegetables: Can We Breed Them Like Maize?
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c9
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:109-116
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    • Rex Bernardo
      Predicting the Performance of Untested Single Crosses: Trait and Marker Data
      doi:10.2135/cssaspecpub25.c10
      CSSA Special Publication, Concepts and Breeding of Heterosis in Crop Plants, 25:117-127
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