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It is worth mentioning that Va99 is derived from the cross Oh07B x Pa91 or the backgrounds Learning Corn x Wf9 (Gerdes et al., 1993).
"2016 WF9 could have cometary origins," James Bauer, the deputy principal investigator of the Wide-field Survey Explorer mission at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said in the statement.
Otherwise, all entries except for the resistant check were either not significantly different from, or were significantly worse than, the susceptible check, Wf9 x W182E.
([dagger]) Agronomic traits Stalk Grain yield lodging Entries (4) (4) RPR (6) t [ha.sup.-1] % kg [plant.sup.-1] C0 ([section]) 7.73 47.0 3.55 C3LRP 7.42 54.0 2.99 C6LRP 6.12 61.1 2.46 C9LRP 5.99 64.9 2.14 C12LRP 5.37 62.8 2.00 C3HRP 7.29 30.1 4.49 C6HRP 6.51 20.7 5.20 C9HRP 6.31 10.1 6.67 C12HRP 5.55 10.3 8.52 Wf9 x W182E 7.94 25.4 3.51 Pioneer Brand 3184 8.16 13.3 4.47 Mean 6.84 37.2 4.13 LSD 0.05 ([paragraph]) 0.57 7.1 0.25 CV% (#) 14.3 31.9 8.0 ECB traits Tunnel Tunnel Entries 1ECB (6) no.
Four maize hybrids, B73 x MO17 (low silk [[psi].sub.T]), WF9 x A632 (high silk [[psi].sub.T]), Pioneer 3379 (stable dryland yields), and 3343 (unstable dryland yields), (Schoper et al., 1987b; Pioneer Hi-Bred International, 1989; Anderson, 1996) were hand-pollinated with excess pollen at 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, or 14 DAFS.
Langthwaite Grange Industrial Estate South Kirkby Pontefract West Yorkshire WF9 3AP
High Oil x Pale yellow endosperm CI187-2)IHO R335 (Alexho-single High oil concentration kernel Syn.)C3 R416 (Ultra high High oil concentration oil Syn.)C4 RSCHi-[gamma] RSSSC0 High [gamma]/-tocopherol RSCHi-[alpha] RSSSC0 High [alpha]-tocopherol W64a (WF9 x CI187-2) Low [alpha]/[gamma]-tocopherol ratio Table 2.
Hy Illinois High Yield I205 Iodent K230 From 1947, no origin listed but probably from Midland Yellow Dent ([section]) L317 LSC Oh07 C.I.540 x III.L Oh33 Clarage Oh40B Eight line composite of LSC lines Oh51A [(Oh56 x Wf9) Oh56] P8 Palin Reid R4 Funk Yellow Dent Elite lines derived from Iowa Stiff Stalk Synthetic (dBSSS) B10 BSSSC0 B11 BSSSC0 B14 BSSSC0 B14A Cuzco x B14 B17 BSSSC0 B37 BSSSC0 B39 BSSSC0 B40 BSSSC0 B43 BSSSC0 B44 BSSSC0 B67 BSSSC0 B69 BSSSC0 B72 BSSS(HT)C3 B73 BSSS(HT)C5 B78 BSSS(HT)C8 B84 BS13(S)C0 B89 BSSS(R)C7 B94 BSSS(R)C8 Elite lines deried from Iowa Corn Borer Synthetic No.
Although the flint-dent dichotomy and pedigree of the cultivar were apparent in the data, there was no evidence for two broad groupings of Reid and Lancaster germplasm, nor of Wf9 and C103 within the Corn-Belt Dents.
Other lines such as Wf9, released in 1936 at Purdue University, and Oh43, released from the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center at Wooster in 1949, have been used in maize improvement for over 50 yr.
187-2 X C103 Lancaster Sure Crop Oh43 OH W8 x Oh40B Richey Lancaster Pa91 PA (Wf9 x Oh40B) [S.sub.4] x [(38-11 x L137) 38-11] [S.sub.4] Lancaster Sure Crop W64A WI Wf9 x C.I.
M+P- Inbred Vesicles([dagger]) Arbuscules([dagger]) % of root colonized Pa36 68 25 W64A 46 5 Oh43 44 4 Wf9 35 5 B73 33 11 Mo17 33 7 N28E 32 6 B37 31 5 B84 30 4 B14 29 6 B79 28 9 N28 26 10 Mean 36.6 8.4 [LSD.sub.(0.05)] 17.14 8.0 M+P- M+P+ Inbred All([dagger]) Vesicles Arbuscules All % of root colonized Pa36 38 49 18 35 W64A 25 37 10 19 Oh43 24 14 11 7 Wf9 19 29 5 16 B73 20 29 3 15 Mo17 19 24 10 12 N28E 18 17 4 9 B37 16 24 4 12 B84 16 20 7 10 B14 16 18 5 9 B79 17 20 2 10 N28 16 24 8 12 Mean 20.0 25.8 7.7 14.4 [LSD.sub.(0.05)] 7.00 15.27 10.25 7.54 ([dagger]) Vesicles, arbuscules, and all indicates determination of percentage of root colonized by presence of vesicles, arbuscules or any mycorrhizal structure (vesicle, arbuscules, or hypha) at each intersect, respectively.