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U.S. Patent Number
Biosafety Level 1

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Comments
Yellow dent corn
Inbred corn line
Adapted to most of the Corn Belt
yield: 158 bushels/acre
resistant to: Goss's bacterial blight
resistant to: head smut
resistant to: common smut
resistant to: Stewart's bacterial wilt
parent of ATCC 97518
parent of ATCC 97654
Shipped dried
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Basic Documentation
References

Strohbehn RD. Inbred maize line PHTP9. US Patent 5,557,038 dated Sep 17 1996

Jensen SD, Williams NE. Inbred corn like PHK29. US Patent 4,812,600 dated Mar 14 1989

Davis KM. Inbred maize line PH08B. US Patent 5,625,132 dated Apr 29 1997