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    1. Slafer, GA; Peltonen-Sainio, P
      Yield trends of temperate cereals in high latitude countries from 1940 to 1998

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD SCIENCE IN FINLAND
    2. Prince, SD; Haskett, J; Steininger, M; Strand, H; Wright, R
      Net primary production of US Midwest croplands from agricultural harvest yield data

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    3. Barillet, F; Marie, C; Jacquin, M; Lagriffoul, G; Astruc, JM
      The French Lacaune dairy sheep breed: use in France and abroad in the last40 years

      LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SCIENCE
    4. Sango, L; Ender, M; Guidolin, AF; de Almeida, ML; Konflanz, VA
      Nitrogen fertilization impact on agronomic traits of maize hybrids released at different decades

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    5. Ponzoni, RW; Jaensch, KS; Grimson, RJ; Smith, DH; Ingham, VM
      South Australian Merino selection demonstration flocks: Background and update with 1999 drop hogget results

      WOOL TECHNOLOGY AND SHEEP BREEDING
    6. Marquez-Sanchez, F
      Backcross theory for maize. VI. Hybridization and heterosis with inbred parental backcrosses

      MAYDICA
    7. Tokatlidis, IS; Koutsika-Sotiriou, M; Fasoulas, AC
      The development of density-independent hybrids in maize

      MAYDICA
    8. Tokatlidis, IS
      The effect of improved potential yield per plant on crop yield potential and optimum plant density in maize hybrids

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    9. Abraham, EM; Fasoulas, AC
      Comparative efficiency of three selection methods in Dactylis glomerata L.and Agropyron cristatum L.

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    10. Guo, WW; Deng, XX
      Wide somatic hybrids of Citrus with its related genera and their potentialin genetic improvement

      EUPHYTICA
    11. del Blanco, IA; Rajaram, S; Kronstad, WE
      Agronomic potential of synthetic hexaploid wheat-derived populations

      CROP SCIENCE
    12. Anous, MR
      Selection indexes for improved weaning and marketing body weights of the Burundi local rabbits

      ARCHIV FUR TIERZUCHT-ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL BREEDING
    13. Durand-Gasselin, T; Kouame, RK; Cochard, B; Adon, B; Amblard, P
      Dissemination of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) varieties

      OCL-OLEAGINEUX CORPS GRAS LIPIDES
    14. Bartley, DM; Rana, K; Immink, AJ
      The use of inter-specific hybrids in aquaculture and fisheries

      REVIEWS IN FISH BIOLOGY AND FISHERIES
    15. Gandolfi, F; Vassena, R; Lauria, A
      The developmental competence of the oocyte before puberty: Is something missing? (vol 35, pg 66, 2000)

      REPRODUCTION IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS
    16. Olsen, D; Sehested, E
      A method of modelling pig breeding schemes

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION A-ANIMAL SCIENCE
    17. Pretorius, IS
      Tailoring wine yeast for the new millennium: novel approaches to the ancient art of winemaking

      YEAST
    18. Ying, J; Lee, EA; Tollenaar, H
      Response of maize leaf photosynthesis to low temperature during the grain-filling period

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    19. Echarte, L; Luque, S; Andrade, FH; Sadras, VO; Cirilo, A; Otegui, ME; Vega, CRC
      Response of maize kernel number to plant density in Argentinean hybrids released between 1965 and 1993

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    20. Sadras, VO; Trapani, N; Pereyra, VR; Pereira, ML; Quiroz, F; Mortarini, M
      Intraspecific competition and fungal diseases as sources of variation in sunflower yield

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    21. Tailor, SP; Pathodiya, OP; Singh, B
      Genetic improvement through complete restricted selection indices in Surtibuffalo

      INDIAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCES
    22. Segal, D; Glazer, I
      Genetics for improving biological control agents: the case of entomopathogenic nematodes

      CROP PROTECTION
    23. Hoy, MA
      Transgenic arthropods for pest management programs: Risks and realities

      EXPERIMENTAL AND APPLIED ACAROLOGY
    24. Ponzoni, RW; Jaensch, KS; Grimson, RJ; Smith, DL; Ingham, VM
      South Australian Merino Selection Demonstration Flocks: Background and update with 1998 drop hogget results

      WOOL TECHNOLOGY AND SHEEP BREEDING
    25. Vollmann, J; Fritz, CN; Wagentristl, H; Ruckenbauer, P
      Environmental and genetic variation of soybean seed protein content under Central European growing conditions

      JOURNAL OF THE SCIENCE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE
    26. Hansen, LB
      Consequences of selection for milk yield from a geneticist's viewpoint

      JOURNAL OF DAIRY SCIENCE
    27. MacNeil, MD; Mott, TB
      Using genetic evaluations for growth and maternal gain from birth to weaning to predict energy requirements of Line 1 Hereford beef cows

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    28. Woodward, BW; DeNise, SK; Marchello, JA
      Evaluation of calpastatin activity measures in ante- and postmortem musclefrom half-sib bulls and steers

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    29. Clarke, EJ; Wiseman, J
      Developments in plant breeding for improved nutritional quality of soya beans I. Protein and amino acid content

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    30. Udayagiri, S; Norton, AP; Welter, SC
      Integrating pesticide effects with inundative biological control: interpretation of pesticide toxicity curves for Anaphes iole in strawberries

      ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA
    31. Kraja, A; Dudley, JW
      Identification of tropical and temperate maize populations having favorable alleles for yield and other phenotypic traits

      CROP SCIENCE
    32. Kraja, A; Dudley, JW; White, DG
      Identification of tropical and temperate maize populations having favorable alleles for disease resistance

      CROP SCIENCE
    33. Peng, S; Laza, RC; Visperas, RM; Sanico, AL; Cassman, KG; Khush, GS
      Grain yield of rice cultivars and lines developed in the Philippines since1966

      CROP SCIENCE
    34. Goto, F; Yoshihara, T; Shigemoto, N; Toki, S; Takaiwa, F
      Iron fortification of rice seed by the soybean ferritin gene

      NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    35. Schulman, NF; de Vries, MJ; Dentine, MR
      Linkage disequilibrium in two-stage marker-assisted selection

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL BREEDING AND GENETICS-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR TIERZUCHTUNG UND ZUCHTUNGSBIOLOGIE
    36. Raina, SN; Mukai, Y
      Detection of a variable number of 18S-5.8S-26S and 5S ribosomal DNA loci by fluorescent in situ hybridization in diploid and tetraploid Arachis species

      GENOME
    37. Pereira, ML; Sadras, VO; Trapani, N
      Genetic improvement of sunflower in Argentina between 1930 and 1995. I. Yield and its components

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    38. Earl, HJ; Tollenaar, M
      Using chlorophyll fluorometry to compare photosynthetic performance of commercial maize (Zea mays L.) hybrids in the field

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    39. Rajcan, I; Tollenaar, M
      Source: sink ratio and leaf senescence in maize: I. Dry matter accumulation and partitioning during grain filling

      FIELD CROPS RESEARCH
    40. Raina, SN; Mukai, Y
      Genomic in situ hybridization in Arachis (Fabaceae) identifies the diploidwild progenitors of cultivated (A-hypogaea) and related wild (A-monticola)peanut species

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    41. McLaurin, WJ; Somda, ZC; Kays, SJ
      Jerusalem artichoke growth, development, and field storage. I. Numerical assessment of plant part development and dry matter acquisition and allocation

      JOURNAL OF PLANT NUTRITION
    42. Avenido, RA; Hattori, K
      Differences in shoot regeneration response from cotyledonary node explantsin Asiatic Vigna species support genomic grouping within subgenus Ceratotropis (Piper) Verdc.

      PLANT CELL TISSUE AND ORGAN CULTURE
    43. de Carvalho, CGP; Oliveira, VR; Cruz, CD; Casali, VWD
      Path analysis under multicollinearity in green pepper

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    44. Ponzoni, RW; Jaensch, KS; Grimson, RJ; Smith, DL; Ewers, AL; Ingham, VM
      South Australian Merino selection demonstration flocks: Background and first hogget results

      WOOL TECHNOLOGY AND SHEEP BREEDING
    45. Guo, WW; Deng, XX
      Intertribal hexaploid somatic hybrid plants regeneration from electrofusion between diploids of Citrus sinensis and its sexually incompatible relative, Clausena lansium

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    46. Pollock, DL
      A geneticist's perspective from within a broiler primary breeder company

      POULTRY SCIENCE
    47. Sekhon, RS; Dhillon, BS; Saxena, VK; Grewal, MS
      Modified S1 recurrent selection in a maize composite

      MAYDICA
    48. Appel, LJ; Strandberg, E; Danell, B; Lundeheim, N
      Culling before testing in swine: Identification of culling strategy and estimation of culling precision

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    49. Hirooka, H; Groen, AF
      Effects of production circumstances on expected responses for growth and carcass traits to selection of bulls in Japan

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    50. Van Vleck, LD
      Implications of cloning for breed improvement strategies: Are traditional methods of animal improvement obsolete?

      JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE
    51. Calderini, DF; Abeledo, LG; Savin, R; Slafer, GA
      Effect of temperature and carpel size during pre-anthesis on potential grain weight in wheat

      JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    52. Johanowicz, DL; Hoy, MA
      Wolbachia infection dynamics in experimental laboratory populations of Metaseiulus occidentalis

      ENTOMOLOGIA EXPERIMENTALIS ET APPLICATA
    53. Evans, LT; Fischer, RA
      Yield potential: Its definition, measurement, and significance

      CROP SCIENCE
    54. Tollenaar, M; Wu, J
      Yield improvement in temperate maize is attributable to greater stress tolerance

      CROP SCIENCE
    55. Duvick, DN; Cassman, KG
      Post-green revolution trends in yield potential of temperate maize in the north-central United States

      CROP SCIENCE
    56. Ptak, G; Loi, P; Dattena, M; Tischner, M; Cappai, P
      Offspring from one-month-old lambs: Studies on the developmental capability of prepubertal oocytes

      BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
    57. Muller, U; Strittmatter, K; Nitter, G
      Alternative selection strategies for the Mutton Merino breed to optimize breeding systems

      ARCHIV FUR TIERZUCHT-ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL BREEDING
    58. Piper, EL; Boote, KJ
      Temperature and cultivar effects on soybean seed oil and protein concentrations

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS SOCIETY
    59. Mendonca, AL; Mariano, RD; de Araujo, JM; Cavalcante, UMT
      Selection of Bacillus spp. for esterase production and genetic improvementof Bacillus cereus (C124)

      BRAZILIAN ARCHIVES OF BIOLOGY AND TECHNOLOGY
    60. HIROOKA H; GROEN AF; HILLERS J
      DEVELOPING BREEDING OBJECTIVES FOR BEEF-CATTLE PRODUCTION - 2 - BIOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC VALUES OF GROWTH AND CARCASS TRAITS IN JAPAN

      Animal Science
    61. FOGAIN R; GOWEN SR
      YANGAMBI KM5 (MUSA AAA, IBOTA SUBGROUP) - A POSSIBLE SOURCE OF RESISTANCE TO RADOPHOLUS-SIMILIS AND PRATYLENCHUS-GOODEYI

      Fundamental and applied nematology
    62. Smith, C
      Introduction: Current animal breeding

      ANIMAL BREEDING
    63. Gibson, JP
      Breeding genetically manipulated traits

      ANIMAL BREEDING
    64. LARSSON S
      GENETIC-IMPROVEMENT OF WILLOW FOR SHORT-ROTATION COPPICE

      Biomass & bioenergy
    65. VAISHAMPAYAN A; SINHA RP; HADER DP
      USE OF GENETICALLY IMPROVED NITROGEN-FIXING CYANOBACTERIA IN RICE PADDY FIELDS - PROSPECTS AS A SOURCE MATERIAL FOR ENGINEERING HERBICIDE SENSITIVITY AND RESISTANCE IN PLANTS

      Botanica acta
    66. SINGH AK; SMARTT J
      THE GENOME DONORS OF THE GROUNDNUT PEANUT (ARACHIS-HYPOGAEA L.) REVISITED/

      Genetic resources and crop evolution
    67. van der Lende, T; Komen, J; Brascamp, EW
      The role of reproductive techniques in genetic improvement and dissemination of genetic gain in livestock production and aquaculture

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION A-ANIMAL SCIENCE
    68. Ollivier, L
      Results and prospects of reproductive technology for (sustainable) breeding and conservation in farm animal species other than cattle

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION A-ANIMAL SCIENCE
    69. Brascamp, EW
      The development of animal breeding enterprises in the next decades: Reasons to change the structure of breeding programmes

      ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA SECTION A-ANIMAL SCIENCE
    70. VYN TJ; TOLLENAAR M
      CHANGES IN CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL QUALITY PARAMETERS OF MAIZE GRAIN DURING 3 DECADES OF YIELD IMPROVEMENT

      Field crops research
    71. ANDRADE FH
      IS IT POSSIBLE TO SATISFY THE INCREASING DEMAND OF MANKIND FOR FOOD

      Interciencia
    72. LAROCHELLE F; FORGET E; RAINVILLE A; BOUSQUET J
      SOURCES OF TEMPORAL VARIATION IN SAP SUGAR CONTENT IN A MATURE SUGAR MAPLE (ACER-SACCHARUM) PLANTATION

      Forest ecology and management
    73. Schoeman, SJ
      Genetic and environmental factors influencing the quality of pelt traits in Karakul sheep

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE-SUID-AFRIKAANSE TYDSKRIF VIR VEEKUNDE
    74. KHATKAR MS; SANDHU JS; BRAH GS; CHAUDHARY ML
      EFFICIENCY OF SAMPLING PROCEDURES FOR GENETIC-IMPROVEMENT OF SHELL QUALITY BY SPECIFIC-GRAVITY IN LAYER CHICKENS

      Indian Journal of Animal Sciences
    75. GANDHI RS; SINGH A; GURNANI M
      MOET VERSUS PROGENY TESTING FOR GENETIC-IMPROVEMENT OF DAILY CATTLE

      Indian Journal of Animal Sciences
    76. MACKINNON MJ; GEORGES MAJ
      MARKER-ASSISTED PRESELECTION OF YOUNG DAIRY SIRES PRIOR TO PROGENY-TESTING

      Livestock production science
    77. Phocas, F; Bloch, C; Chapelle, P; Becherel, F; Renand, G; Menissier, F
      Developing a breeding objective for a French purebred beef cattle selection programme

      LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SCIENCE
    78. Munoz, P; Voltas, J; Araus, JL; Igartua, E; Romagosa, I
      Changes over time in the adaptation of barley releases in north-eastern Spain

      PLANT BREEDING
    79. HAMILTON PC; CHANDLER LR; BRODIE AW; CORNELIUS JP
      A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF A SMALL-SCALE GMELINA-ARBOREA ROXB. IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM IN COSTA-RICA

      New forests
    80. LIU ZJ; ADAMS JC
      SEED SOURCE VARIATION IN CAMPTOTHECIN CONCENTRATIONS OF NURSERY-GROWNCAMPTOTHECA-ACUMINATA SEEDLINGS

      New forests
    81. Grimson, RJ; Jaensch, KS; Ponzoni, RW; Smith, DH
      The South Australian selection demonstration flocks (Reprinted)

      WOOL TECHNOLOGY AND SHEEP BREEDING
    82. JAN CC; VICK BA; MILLER JF; KAHLER AL; BUTLER ET
      CONSTRUCTION OF AN RFLP LINKAGE MAP FOR CULTIVATED SUNFLOWER

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    83. PURCINO AAC; ARELLANO C; ATHWAL GS; HUBER SC
      NITRATE EFFECT ON CARBON AND NITROGEN ASSIMILATING ENZYMES OF MAIZE HYBRIDS REPRESENTING 7 ERAS OF BREEDING

      Maydica
    84. CASEBOLT DB; SPEARE DJ; HORNEY BS
      CARE AND USE OF FISH AS LABORATORY-ANIMALS - CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE

      Laboratory animal science
    85. BAKER JE; PEREZMENDOZA J; BEEMAN RW; THRONE JE
      FITNESS OF A MALATHION-RESISTANT STRAIN OF THE PARASITOID ANISOPTEROMALUS-CALANDRAE (HYMENOPTERA, PTEROMALIDAE)

      Journal of economic entomology
    86. GODDARD ME
      CONSENSUS AND DEBATE IN THE DEFINITION OF BREEDING OBJECTIVES

      Journal of dairy science
    87. APPEL LJ; STRANDBERG E; DANELL B; LUNDEHEIM N
      ADJUSTING FOR MISSING DATA DUE TO CULLING BEFORE TESTING IN GENETIC EVALUATIONS OF SWINE

      Journal of animal science
    88. XIE CQ; XU SZ
      EFFICIENCY OF MULTISTAGE MARKER-ASSISTED SELECTION IN THE IMPROVEMENTOF MULTIPLE QUANTITATIVE TRAITS

      Heredity
    89. JOHANOWICZ DL; HOY MA
      THE MANIPULATION OF ARTHROPOD REPRODUCTION BY WOLBACHIA ENDOSYMBIONTS

      The Florida entomologist
    90. JOHANOWICZ DL; HOY MA
      EXPERIMENTAL INDUCTION AND TERMINATION OF NONRECIPROCAL REPRODUCTIVE INCOMPATIBILITIES IN A PARAHAPLOID MITE

      Entomologia experimentalis et applicata
    91. ABBATE PE; ANDRADE FH; LAZARO L; BARIFFI JH; BERARDOCCO HG; INZA VH; MARTURANO F
      GRAIN-YIELD INCREASE IN RECENT ARGENTINE WHEAT CULTIVARS

      Crop science
    92. ARAUS JL; FEBRERO A; BUXO R; CAMALICH MD; MARTIN D; MOLINA F; RODRIGUEZARIZA MO; ROMAGOSA I
      CHANGES IN CARBON-ISOTOPE DISCRIMINATION IN GRAIN CEREALS FROM DIFFERENT REGIONS OF THE WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN BASIN DURING THE PAST 7 MILLENNIA - PALEOENVIRONMENTAL EVIDENCE OF A DIFFERENTIAL CHANGE IN ARIDITYDURING THE LATE HOLOCENE

      Global change biology
    93. SHAPIRO DI; GLAZER I; SEGAL D
      GENETIC-IMPROVEMENT OF HEAT TOLERANCE IN HETERORHABDITIS-BACTERIOPHORA THROUGH HYBRIDIZATION

      Biological control
    94. EVANS LT
      ADAPTING AND IMPROVING CROPS - THE ENDLESS TASK

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    95. GLAZER I; SALAME L; SEGAL D
      GENETIC ENHANCEMENT OF NEMATICIDE RESISTANCE IN ENTOMOPATHOGENIC NEMATODES

      Biocontrol science and technology
    96. BEGNA SH; HAMILTON RI; DWYER LM; STEWART DW; SMITH DL
      EFFECTS OF POPULATION-DENSITY AND PLANTING PATTERN ON THE YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS OF LEAFY REDUCED-STATURE MAIZE IN A SHORT-SEASON AREA

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    97. BEGNA SH; HAMILTON RI; DWYER LM; STEWART DW; SMITH DL
      EFFECTS OF POPULATION-DENSITY ON THE YIELD AND YIELD COMPONENTS OF LEAFY REDUCED-STATURE MAIZE IN SHORT-SEASON AREAS

      Journal of agronomy and crop science
    98. ANNICCHIARICO P; PIANO E
      EFFECT OF SELECTION UNDER CULTIVATION ON MORPHOLOGICAL TRAITS AND YIELD OF LADINO WHITE CLOVER LANDRACES

      Genetic resources and crop evolution
    99. COX WJ
      CORN-SILAGE AND GRAIN-YIELD RESPONSES TO PLANT DENSITIES

      Journal of production agriculture
    100. CALDERINI DF; DRECCER MF; SLAFER GA
      CONSEQUENCES OF BREEDING ON BIOMASS, RADIATION INTERCEPTION AND RADIATION-USE EFFICIENCY IN WHEAT

      Field crops research


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