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090 _aLook under series title
100 1 _aVanavichit, A.
_uAsian Regional Maize Workshop, 7: Strengthening hybrid maize technology and public-private partnership to accelerate maize production in the Asian region
110 0 _aCentro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo (CIMMYT), Mexico, DF (Mexico)
111 2 _a7, Proceedings of the Asian Regional Maize Workshop
_cLos Baños (Philippines)
_d23-27 Feb 1998
245 0 0 _aDNA fingerprinting and the seed business in Thailand
260 _aLos Baños, Laguna (Philippines)
_bPCARRD :
_c2000
300 _ap. 152-154
340 _aPrinted
520 _aIn Thailand, almost 80% of the maize area is dominated by hybrids. To obtain hybrid uniformity, careful purification of inbred parents and controlled intercrossing are the pre-requisite. The conventional method of quality control generally practiced is by growing out. The advent of rapid and reliable DNA marker technology nowadays can be the method of choice for several applications including quality control, protecting breeder's right and doing marker assisted selection. The paper touches on various aspects including DNA marker technology, detection of off-type hybrids, hybrid registration program and marker assisted selection in a bidding and delivery system designed jointly between seed business, Department of Agricultural Extension (DOAE) and DNA Fingerprinting Unit.
546 _aEnglish
591 _a0208|AGRIS 0201|AL-Maize Program|R01PROCE
593 _aJuan Carlos Mendieta
595 _aCPC
650 1 0 _aInbred lines
_91155
650 1 0 _aMaize
_91173
650 1 0 _aPest control
650 1 0 _aPlant diseases
_91206
650 1 0 _aTropical zones
650 1 0 _91130
_aGenetics
_gAGROVOC
650 1 0 _91151
_aHybrids
_gAGROVOC
650 1 0 _91203
_aPlant breeding
_gAGROVOC
700 1 _aTragoonrung, S.,
_ecoaut.
700 1 _aVasal, S.K.|Gonzalez Ceniceros, F.|XiongMing, F.
_eeds.
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