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single cross

n. Genetics
The hybrid of two inbred lines. It can be represented as AB, the product of the cross A × B, where A and B represent inbred lines.
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For number of pods per plant by five parameter model, additive effects were significant except in HB-85 x HB-43, HB-85 x EC-117705 and HB-86 x EC-117705 and dominance effect was significant except in a single cross HB-(M)-1 x EC-117705.
We hypothesized that such refinements would enhance the precision and accuracy of the single cross wire phantom calibration and streamline its implementation.
The mood was laid back and welcoming from the start - the police were laughing and chatting with fans, the crowd were superfriendly, I didn't hear a single cross word all weekend with almost 10,000 people on-site each day.
He didn't send over a single cross, Cotterill managed 23.
Moreover, single cross or double cross hybrid varieties developed by private companies including Pioneer, Monsanto, ICI and Syngenta also give good production.
The first studies for predicting single cross hybrids using molecular markers were conducted using the genetic distance between lines.
Despite the insignificance of the difference between hybrids, the highest number of grain rows as 15.45 rows was related to Single Cross 701 variety (table 2).
We can't rely on Joe to come out every single time and take every single cross."
City boss Mancini said new pounds 27million striker Dzeko must find his form quickly and criticised winger Wright-Phillips for failing to produce a single cross.
Based on this single cross section, a potential open cut pit may be expected to have a vertical depth of approximately 450m and a width exceeding 1000m.

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