John L Jinks


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John L

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Jinks

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  • 1987-04 Detection of epistasis and linkage of interacting genes in the presence of reciprocal differences in HEREDITY
  • 1986-12 Estimation of the true additive genetic variance in the presence of linkage disequilibrium in HEREDITY
  • 1986-04 Comparison of inbred lines extracted from two single crosses and their double cross by single seed descent in HEREDITY
  • 1986-04 The measurement and interpretation of genotype by environment interaction in spring barley (Hordeum vulgare) in HEREDITY
  • 1985-12 Genetical investigations into β-glucan content in barley in THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
  • 1985-12 Detection of linkage and pleiotropy between characters of Nicotians tabacum using inbred lines produced by dihaploidy and single seed descent in HEREDITY
  • 1985-10 The use of doubled haploids in barley breeding. 3. An assessment of multivariate cross prediction methods in HEREDITY
  • 1985-08 Predicting the properties of random inbreds and second cycle hybrids using progeny families and hierarchical selfs of a four parent cross in HEREDITY
  • 1985-08 Comparison of the inbred lines derived from a hybrid of tobacco (burley × flue cured) by dihaploidy and single seed descent in HEREDITY
  • 1985-06 The use of doubled haploids in barley breeding 2. An assessment of univariate cross prediction methods in HEREDITY
  • 1985-06 The effects of major genes on quantitatively varying characters in barley 2. The densoand daylength response loci in HEREDITY
  • 1985-06 The effects of major genes on quantitatively varying characters in barley 1. The GP ert locus in HEREDITY
  • 1985-06 Predicting the properties of first cycle inbreds and second cycle hybrids extractable from two, three and four parent crosses in HEREDITY
  • 1985-04 The use of doubled haploids in barley breeding. I. Comparison of H1 and H2 generations in HEREDITY
  • 1985-04 Retrospective selection and sources of superior inbreds amongst pedigree inbred families of Nicotiana rustica in HEREDITY
  • 1985-02 Predicting and observing the properties of second cycle hybrids using basic generations and inbred line × F1 crosses in HEREDITY
  • 1984-10 Predicting the properties of second cycle hybrids produced by intercrossing random samples of recombinant inbred lines in HEREDITY
  • 1984-10 Comparison of inbred lines produced by single seed descent and pedigree inbreeding in HEREDITY
  • 1984-04 Methods of analysis and the estimation of the genetic parameters from a diallel set of crosses in HEREDITY
  • 1984-04 Indirect selection for environmental sensitivity in Nicotiana rustica in HEREDITY
  • 1984-02 The contribution of pleiotropy at the mop loci to continuous variation in Nicotiana rustica in HEREDITY
  • 1983-06 Joint analysis of triple test crosses of a single population with associated and dispersed inbred testers in HEREDITY
  • 1983-02 Comparison of associated and dispersed testers in the triple test cross in HEREDITY
  • 1983 Biometrical Genetics of Heterosis in HETEROSIS
  • 1982-12 Predicting the properties of pure breeding lines extractable from a cross in the presence of linkage in HEREDITY
  • 1982-12 Determination of the environmental sensitivity of selection lines of Nicotiana rustica by the selection environment in HEREDITY
  • 1982-10 Comparative analysis of association and dispersion crosses to detect linkage and epistatic components of variation in HEREDITY
  • 1982-06 A genetical analysis of diversity and asymmetry in finger ridge counts in HEREDITY
  • 1982-06 The frequency of heterozygotes maintained in synthetic populations of Nicotiana rustica: a correction in HEREDITY
  • 1982-02 Analysis of induced quantitative variation II. The recombinant inbred lines in HEREDITY
  • 1982-01 Are monozygotic twins similar due to genetic factors alone? in NATURE
  • 1981-12 Analysis of induced quantitative variation I. Hierarchical and triple test cross analysis in HEREDITY
  • 1981-10 The frequency of heterozygotes maintained in synthetic populations of Nicotiana rustica in HEREDITY
  • 1981-10 The true nature of the non-allelic interactions in Nicotiana rustica revealed by association crosses in HEREDITY
  • 1981-08 Gene transfer in Nicotiana rustica by means of irradiated pollen. I. Unselected progenies in HEREDITY
  • 1981-06 Gene transfer in Nicotiana rustica using irradiated pollen in NATURE
  • 1981-06 Comparing predictions of mean performance and environmental sensitivity of recombinant inbred lines based upon F3 and triple test cross families in HEREDITY
  • 1981-06 Properties of pure-breeding lines produced by dihaploidy, single seed descent and pedigree breeding in HEREDITY
  • 1981-04 Colour of floral parts in Nicotiana Rustica in HEREDITY
  • 1981-04 The monozygotic twin half-sib method for analysing maternal effects and sex-linkage in humans in HEREDITY
  • 1981-02 Comparative results of selection in the early and late stages of an inbreeding programme in HEREDITY
  • 1980-12 Comparing predictions of mean performance and environmental sensitivity of recombinant inbred lines based upon F3 and triple test cross families in HEREDITY
  • 1980-12 Non-linear genotype × environment interactions in HEREDITY
  • 1980-04 A general method for the detection and estimation of additive, dominance and epistatic variation for metrical traits in HEREDITY
  • 1979-08 Non-linear genotype × environment interactions arising from response thresholds in HEREDITY
  • 1979-02 Sources and biases of the predictors of the properties of recombinant inbreds produced by single seed descent in HEREDITY
  • 1978-10 Joint selection for both extremes of mean performance and of sensitivity to a macroenvironmental variable in HEREDITY
  • 1978-08 An investigation of gene action and genotype × environment interaction in two crosses of Nicotiana rustica by triple test cross and inbred line analysis in HEREDITY
  • 1978-06 Joint selection for both extremes of mean performance and of sensitivity to a macro-environmental variable in HEREDITY
  • 1978-06 Predicting the properties of recombinant inbred lines derived by single seed descent for two or more characters simultaneously in HEREDITY
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