By Jules Janick
Commitment: Arnel R. Hallauer, Scientist, Maize Breeder, Quantitative Geneticist (K. Lamkey).
Molecules eager about Self-Incompatibility in Flowering vegetation (P. Dodds, et al.).
Genetic Mosaics and Plant development (M. Marcotrigiano & T. Gradziel).
Quantitative Trait Loci: isolating, Pyramiding, and Cloning (Y. Xu).
Doubled Haploid Breeding in Cereals (S. Raina).
Spelt: Agronomy, Genetics, and Breeding (K. Campbell).
Cowpea Breeding (A. corridor, et al.).
Recurrent choice in Soybean (K. Lewers & R. Palmer).
Gene motion and Plant Breeding (D. Fasoula & V. Fasoula).
Chapter 1 commitment: Arnel R. Hallauer, Scientist, Maize Breeder, Quantitative Geneticist (pages 1–17): Kendall R. Lamkey
Chapter 2 Molecules occupied with Self?Incompatibility in Flowering vegetation (pages 19–42): Peter N. Dodds, Adrienne E. Clarke and Ed Newbigin
Chapter three Genetic Mosaics and Plant development (pages 43–84): Michael Marcotrigiano and Thomas M. Gradziel
Chapter four Quantitative Trait Loci: keeping apart, Pyramiding, and Cloning (pages 85–139): Yunbi Xu
Chapter five Doubled Haploid Breeding in Cereals (pages 141–186): Satish okay. Raina
Chapter 6 Spelt: Agronomy, Genetics, and Breeding (pages 187–213): Kim Garland Campbell
Chapter 7 Cowpea Breeding (pages 215–274): Anthony E. corridor, Bir B. Singh and Jeffrey D. Ehlers
Chapter eight Recurrent choice in Soybean (pages 275–313): ok. S. Lewers and R. G. Palmer
Chapter nine Gene motion and Plant Breeding (pages 315–374): Dionysia A. Fasoula and Vasilia A. Fasoula
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