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progeny

[′präj·ə·nē]
(biology)
Offspring; descendants.

PROGENY

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Foram realizados tres grupos de cruzamentos: clones resistentes com clones resistentes (seis progenies Grupo 1), clones resistentes com clones suscetiveis (13 progenies--Grupo 2), clones suscetiveis com clones suscetiveis (duas progenies--Grupo 3) alem das progenies de meios-irmaos como testemunhas (tres progenies--Grupo 4).
In 1996, 390 backcrosses progenies were evaluated in a two-replicate trial at Ames, IA, for grain yield, harvest grain moisture, days to 50% pollen shed, seedling vigor, plant stands, root and stalk lodging, and dropped ears.
Therefore, some methods, all of them using evaluation of progenies in the production sites have been used in the selection process for many years.
The aim of this study was to estimate the production cost and economic indicators associated with the production and sales of fruits from 20 custard apple progenies during the initial five harvests, in order to identify the harvest season from which custard apple exploitation becomes profitable, as well as the most promising progenies from an economic point of view.
The objectives of the study were to assess the genetic variability and predict the genetic gains, with a cycle of selection of half-sib progenies in the white maize landrace.
The progenies were obtained in home orchards in the municipal districts of Aracati-CE, Mossoro-RN, and Serra do MelRN.
Every year there are one or two stallions, whose progenies do astonishingly and exceedingly well but 2017-2018 has seen the rise of three sires on the scene in respect of their progenies winning laurels and showing consistency in performance on the stallion statistics table.
Agronomic characters of all progenies obtained from the crosses between sexual accessions S10 and S12 and apomictic cultivars Mombaca and Tanzania were statistically different (Table 1).
In the combined analysis, we used adjusted means for the progenies in each year, where the effects of block and generation were considered fixed and the progenies were considered random.
Neste contexto, objetivou-se avaliar a variabilidade genetica entre progenies de acaizeiro, estimar correlacoes fenotipicas e, verificar a potencialidade das progenies a serem empregadas como material genetico a ser utilizado nos cruzamentos em etapas futuras de melhoramento, por meio do indice de soma de postos proposto por Mulamba e Mock (1978).
O BLUP tem sido usado no melhoramento de fruteiras para a selecao de progenies e/ou individuos em goiabeira (QUINTAL, 2013), pequizeiro (GIORDANI et al.
The Durst Organization and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced the signing of a 26,500 s/f long-term lease with Progenies Pharmaceuticals for build-to-suit space on the 47th floor of One World Trade Center.