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A three-dimensional lattice design for studies in forest geneticsAuthor(s): Besse B. Day; Lloyd Austin
Source: Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 59, No. 2: p. 101-120
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe logical procedure for the improvement of all wild stock of any kind, whether plant or animal, is practically the same: segregation of varieties, races, and strains of the wild population; the evaluation of the characteristics of each group; the selection of the best individuals from each of the best strains; utilization of these in breeding and selection; and finally the production of new types(5).
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CitationDay, Besse B.; Austin, Lloyd. 1939. A three-dimensional lattice design for studies in forest genetics. Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 59, No. 2: p. 101-120
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