Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

1990

Journal or Book Title

Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter

Volume

64

First Page

121

Last Page

122

Abstract

Popcorn grown commercially in the U. S. is relatively depauperate in isozymatic variation as compared to dent com, and is also isozymatically somewhat distinct from the latter (Stuber and Goodman, USDA/ARS Agric. Res. Results ARR-S-16, 19S3). Isozymatic monitoring of quality in hybrid popcorn seed production therefore might require slight modifications of the methodology (Smith and Weissinger, MNL 5S:l03-105, 1984; Stuber et al., NCARS Techn. Bull. 286, 19SS) commonly employed with dent com.

Comments

This article is from Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter 64 (1990): 121.

Copyright Owner

P. K. Bretting and J. F. Wendel

Language

en

File Format

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