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Some Techniques for Early Diagnosis of Genotype in Acer saccharum L

  • H. B. Kriebel
Part of the Der Züchter book series (677, volume 6)

Zusammenfassung

In progeny tests of forest trees, it is desirable to be able to recognize at an early age two types of characters: (1) characters of biological importance for survival and good growth of the tree from seedling age to maturity; (2) characters of economic importance desired in the mature tree at time of harvest. Obviously, characters of the first type must be compatible with those of the second type, and vice versa.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. B. Kriebel
    • 1
  1. 1.Ohio Agricultural Experiment StationWoosterUSA

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