VI. SEED STOCKS PROPAGATED AND RECEIVED

 

This past summer 140 cultures were propagated to maintain our present genetic stocks, to increase new genes and to incorporate genes into new linkage testers. The use of inbred lines with wide range of adaptation has continued in outcrossing weak stocks to obtain vigor.

 

The Cop has received the following new cultures:

 

Genes

Furnished by

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C.R. Burnham

Div. of Agronomy & Plant Genetics

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University of Minnesota

University Farm

St. Paul 1, Minnesota

 

A C rg y p lg gl2 sh wx multiple recessive combinations of endosperm and seedling loci.

R. A. Brink

Department of Genetics

University of Wisconsin

Madison 6, Wisconsin

 

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A. J. Ullstrup

Department of Plant Pathology

H. carbonum Race I

Purdue University

Lafayette, Indiana

(through L. J. Tyler, Cornell)

 

A A C C R r pr pr i i Mt mt

H. C. Eyster

Charles F. Kettering Foundation

Yellow Springs, Ohio

 

J. P. Craigmiles