recurrent parent

recurrent parent

[ri′kər·ənt ′per·ənt]
(genetics)
In recurrent backcrossing, the parent that is crossed with the first and the subsequent generations. Also known as backcross parent.
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74) with recurrent parent IR 64; while for Swarna, all three lines exhibited moderate degree of genetic similarity ranging from 0.
A total of 82 background markers were used to evaluate recovery of recurrent parent genome in each backcrossed generation.
Populations for AB-QTL analysis commonly use exotic or wild germplasm as the donor and elite germplasm as the recurrent parent.
75) of the resistance alleles of the recurrent parent, if recombination can occur for all chromosome pairs.
2] seeds derived from a given recurrent parent were sorted from lowest to highest and plotted in column graphs to permit visual inspection of the distributions.
Initial crosses between the recurrent parent 'Karee' (PI 634773) and the resistance donors mentioned above were made in 1993.
However during the seed increases of these lines in 2002 at UC Davis we observed increased resistance to leaf rust in the Yecora Rojo Lr47 line (no infection) compared to the adjacent recurrent parent Yecora Rojo (80% infection, susceptible reaction).
Genetic stock designations, recurrent parent, brown midrib gene, and descriptive characteristics of sorghum brown midrib near-isolines averaged over four environments ([dagger]).
The genetic stocks closely resemble the recurrent parent with descriptive information shown in Table 1.
3] with three to four cycles of backcrossing and selfing to recover the recurrent parent phenotype.
barbadense chromosome substitution line involved three stages: (i) development of a TM-1--like hypoaneuploid stock that served as the TM-1-like recurrent parent (Table 1), (ii) selective introgression of a G.
Assessment of Degree of Recovery over All Recurrent Parent Traits

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