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Biosafety Level 1

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Yellow dent corn
Good male parental line for crosses to produce F1 hybrid corn
Inbred corn line
Adapted to eastern USA, but does well in western regions as far north as Des Moines, IA
resistant to: Goss's wilt (C. nebraskense)
resistant to: Stewart's wilt (Erwinia stewartii)
resistant to: common rust (Puccinia sorghi)
resistant to: Fusarium ear mold (Fusarium moniliforme)
parent of ATCC 209271
parent of ATCC 97501
parent of ATCC 97509
parent of ATCC 97434
parent of ATCC 97659
Shipped dried
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Basic Documentation

Oestreich DC. Inbred corn line PHR03. US Patent 5,436,390 dated Jul 25 1995

Jensen GL. Inbred maize line PHBG4. US Patent 5,545,809 dated Aug 13 1996

Roundy TE. Inbred maize line PHPP8. US Patent 5,569,819 dated Oct 29 1996

Morrow DL. Inbred maize line PHBE2. US Patent 5,563,325 dated Oct 8 1996

Coaldrake PD, Tollakson SW. Inbred maize line PH38B. US Patent 5,608,140 dated Mar 4 1997

Williams NE. Inbred maize line PHND1. US Patent 5,723,722 dated Mar 3 1998