As to the production, given the right source, amount and timing of fertilizer application, favorable climate, and good irrigation NextGen varieties yield can reach 9-10 tons per cropping for hybrid and 8-9 tons per cropping for inbred
,' she explained.
Among parasitoid species, experimental comparisons of inbred
and outbred offspring sex ratios are not the only approach to evaluating the influence of local mate competition on sex allocation.
"The major reason we've been using inbred
strains in the first place, despite many known disadvantages, is because we had this expectation that the data would be tighter.
bees, males can become infertile and when they mate with the queen, they often won't produce any offspring at all or if the male genes are too closely related to the queen, they may produce sterile males instead of worker bees.
The Rice Model Program showcases the higher yield from using hybrid rice seeds, compared to inbred
certified, good and farmer's home saved seeds.
Investigation of inbred
individuals in various flocks indicated that all the inbred
animals were found in flock 6.
The senator said the agency had this 'belief that hybrid is better than inbred
.' To avoid argument, she decided to allocate the same amount of funds to both types of seeds.
The experimental materials in the study composed of sixty inbred
lines developed at Main Agricultural Research Station (MARS), maize Scheme, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad and forty inbred
lines received from Indian Institute of Maize Research, New Delhi.
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Several authors support the efficacy of the expected pure inbred
lines methodology, as well as inbreeding depression, in predicting the breeding potential of segregating populations based on maize forage quality, grain yield and popcorn quality (SCAPIM et al.
The records of inbred
pigs were used to investigate the relationship between inbreeding and breeding values of the traits (Table 5).