2004 conference paper

Topgrafting loblolly pine to accelerate breeding and deployment of genetic gain in the southern US

In B. Li & S. McKeand (Eds.), Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding in the Age of Genomics: Progress and Future, IUFRO Joint Conference of Division 2, Conference Proceedings (p. 228).

By: W. Cumbie, D. Gerwig, C. Lambeth, M. Raley & S. McKeand

Ed(s): B. Li & S. McKeand

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2001 journal article

Polymix breeding with parental analysis of progeny: an alternative to full-sib breeding and testing


By: C. Lambeth*, B. Lee n, . D O'Malley & N. Wheeler*

author keywords: polymix crossing; mating design; genetic fingerprinting; genetic markers; genetic gain
TL;DR: PMX breeding with parental analysis is called, which is easy to implement, ensures good estimates of breeding values of the parent being pollinated, and provides for increased genetic gain opportunity because of the significantly increased number of effective parental combinations tested. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
15. Life on Land (Web of Science)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

1999 journal article

Nursery rooting and growth of loblolly pine cuttings: effects of rooting solution and full-sib family

Southern Journal of Applied Forestry, 23(2), 108–116.

John Frampton; Barry Goldfarb; C. C. Lambeth; Scott E. Surles

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

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