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Biosafety Level 1

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Excellent male parental line in crosses for producing F1 hybrid corn
Adapted to northern USA
Yellow dent corn
Inbred corn line
parent of ATCC 75769
parent of ATCC 97436
parent of ATCC 209267
parent of ATCC 97373
Shipped dried
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Basic Documentation

Weber GP. Inbred corn line PHGW7. US Patent 5,387,754 dated Feb 7 1995

Luedtke R Jr., Weber GP. Hybrid corn plant and seed (3905). US Patent 5,491,287 dated Feb 13 1996

Weber GP. Inbred corn line PHTD5. US Patent 5,527,986 dated Jun 18 1996

Weber GP. Inbred maize line PHFR8. US Patent 5,545,814 dated Aug 13 1996

Puskaric V. Inbred corn line PHR25. US Patent 4,806,652 dated Feb 21 1989

Livesey JM. Inbred maize line PHBF0. US Patent 5,728,919 dated Mar 17 1998