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Crop Science Abstract -

Selecting for Stability of Yield in Maize1


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  1. Vol. 7 No. 6, p. 549-551
    Received: Feb 7, 1967

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  1. Gene E. Scott2



This study was conducted to determine if selected strains of maize differed for yield stability when grown in a number of environments. Selections were based on F2 topcross results and F1 crosses were grown to check selection effectiveness. Results indicated that selecting for yield stability, as defined, was effective.

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