A Database for Triticeae and Avena
V. Carollo Blake
From left to right,
CIho 4196, Mutant G07-014, and Morex spike.
From A vrs1 mutant in
CIho 4196 to facilitate breeding of 6-rowed cultivars with Fusarium Head Blight
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