[Maize] Maize lines

Marty Sachs via maize%40net.bio.net (by msachs from uiuc.edu)
Fri Dec 7 09:46:46 EST 2012

Dear Thomas,

For small quantities of kernels from these inbreds, you could request 
them from the North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station in 
Ames, IA (http://maizecoop.cropsci.uiuc.edu/ncrpis.php).

Their inbred lines can be found in the GRIN database: 

For information on the inbreds you're interested in, see:

B73: http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/search.pl?PI%20550473
Mo17: http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/search.pl?PI%20558532
W22: http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/search.pl?NSL%2030053
A188: http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/search.pl?Ames%2022443

You can request them, by clicking on the 'Request this germplasm' 
link on each page.

I hope that this helps.

	Best regards,

		-Marty Sachs

At 11:21 AM +0000 12/7/12, Thomas Waibel wrote:
>Dear maize list subscribers,
>I was hoping that anyone from the maize community could help me with 
>a request. I am starting a new project using maize. However, since 
>no one else works on maize in our Institute I need to find someone 
>who would kindly let me purchase some seeds to start the work. I am 
>interested in the lines B73, Mo17, W22 and A188. I believe these are 
>fertile lines which I can grow to maturation for future seed supply.
>I would be immensely grateful if anyone could help me with this. I 
>would appreciate any comments and advice.
>With kind regards,
>Thomas Waibel PhD
>Research Scientist - Synpromics
>Daniel Rutherford Building R1.02H
>Institute of Molecular Plant Sciences
>The University of Edinburgh
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