Screening for disease and insect resistance was done under rain fed conditions during period from 2006 to 2012.The breeding history
of "Tamman" variety is shown in Table1.
Eighteen (18) repeat breeder buffaloes were selected based on breeding history
and detailed gynecological examination.
THE breeding history
of bright coloured giant flowered late winter/spring primroses and polyanthus is obscure.
Although she had produced Takrice, who was third in the Group 3 Killavullan Stakes, the daughter of Night Shift owned a chequered breeding history
, failing to get in foal in four of her first seven years at stud.
The phylogenetic relationships among different populations were in accordance with their breeding history
In order to understand how this fabulous fruit was developed, it is necessary to understand a little bit about fruit breeding history
. The theory is that thousands of years ago, the Sweet Cherry (Prunus avium) was hybidized with the Mongolian Cherry (P.
Stock A is derived from the initial 1982 introduction from Connecticut, USA and expected to be highly inbred because of the small founder population (26 individuals) and the long breeding history
(20 + generations).
Enhanced with more than 1100 spectacular full color photographs, aspiring gardeners are provided with thoroughly accessible and applicable cultivation advice, information about the breeding history
of the iris, ideas for using irises with other plants in the garden, and an ideal horticultural reference for growing the iris in a wide variety of climate zones including hot and dry, temperate, and even cold northern climates.
Yes they are Swedes, but the kind of name we are looking for is something with a Scottish connection, to reflect the variety's breeding history
Cultivar Ecotype Breeding history
Lincoln Southern Selected from old fields of introductions of Hungarian origin made before 1898.
Make an educated guess about the breeding history
and go from there.
These targets can then be linked to guidelines, or `river flow rules' that specify how much water to release, and when, subject to seasonal factors such as waterbird breeding history
, river flows, and the needs of irrigators.
The company that receives the certificate agrees to disclose to the public basic information about its variety, such as a description of the plant and its breeding history
. For each plant that receives a certificate, 2,500 seeds are sent to the ARS National Seed Storage Laboratory, a genetic repository in Fort Collins, Colorado, where they will be preserved.