Dear Dr. Coe and Dr. Sokolov:
I am looking at page 245 of Breeding Field Crops by J. M. Poehlman (AVI
Publ., Third Edition, 1986) and see a nice picture (Fig. 12.4 A. F1
hybrid plant of its two inbred parents; and B. F1 hybrid ear and ears
from its two inbred parents. There may be similar photographs in the
latest edition of this book (1995, I think). In addition, there may be
other sources that show two inbred parents and resultant hybrid.
Hope this info is helpful.
Ed Coe wrote:
>> Forwarding this useful request from Victor Sokolov. Can someone oblige? I
> was unsuccessful in a little surfing. This would make a nice addition to
> MaizeDB and other databases, if you have a picture or pictures you might
> share with me or the net. Thanks.
> Ed Coe
>> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: picture
> Date: Tue, 23 Feb 1999 11:48:27 +0600
> From: "Victor A Sokolov" <sokolov at bionet.nsc.ru>
> Organization: Institute of Cytology and Genetics
> To: Ed Coe <ed at teosinte.agron.missouri.edu>
>> Dear Ed,
>> I have a General Genetic lectures in Novosibirsk State Universiry
> this year, and saddy to me I can not demonstrated a cobs ( ears) of maize
> lines and heterotic hibreed in comparison! May anybody help to me in this
> problem from Missouri State???
>> If it possible I am raedy for recieving a picture by email.
>> A lot of thanks in advance,
>> Yours, Victor.
Manjit S. Kang, Professor, Quantitative Genetics
Tel: 225-388-2110 (FAX:1403)
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