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Peter R. — Eschholz T.W. — Stamp P — Liedgens M.: 2006. Swiss maize landraces — Early vigour adaptation to cool condition — Acta Agronomica Hungarica vol. 54 no. 3 329–336 pp. Liedgens M

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characteristics, and zein proWles among diverse maize inbreds, landraces, and teosinte . Theor. Appl. Genet. 119 : 1129 – 1142 . 9. Thokoza , L. : 2005 . Evaluation of the heterotic potential of

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local cultivars and landraces of common wheat from Siberia. Rus. J. Genet. 43 :369–375. Goncharov N.P. Genetic control of the spring habit in old local cultivars and landraces of

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Czembor, J.H. 2002. Resistance to powdery mildew in selections from Moroccan barley landraces. Euphytica 125 :397–409. Czembor J.H. Resistance to powdery mildew in selections from

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Li, Y., Huang, Ch., Sui, X., Fan, Q., Li, G., Chu, X. 2009. Genetic variation of wheat glutenin subunits between landraces and varieties and their contributions to wheat quality improvement in China. Euphytica 169 :159

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., Papa R. 2003. Population genetic structure of Pyrenophora teres Drechs. the causal agent of net blotch in Sardinian landraces of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). Theor. Appl. Genet. 106 :947–959. Papa R

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of landrace and improved spring wheat genotypes to stress environments. Crop Sci. 28 :838–842. Hall A.E. Differential responses of landrace and improved spring wheat genotypes to

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1985 49 269 275 Staub, J. E., Lopez-Sese, A. I., Fanourakis, N. (2004): Diversity among melon landraces ( Cucumis melo

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production and tassel area index in yellow lines, hybrids and blue corn landraces. — Cereal Research Communication vol. 35. 2. pp. Pepó P. Trends of pollen production and tassel area index

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2006 Reynolds, M., Dreccer, F., Trethowan, R. 2007. Drought-adaptive traits derived from wheat wild relatives and landraces. J. Exp. Bot. 58 :177

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