Maize Doubled Haploid and Recombinant Inbred Line Populations

Inventors
Shawn Kaeppler, Natalia de Leon Gatti
Overview

UW-Madison researchers have developed doubled haploid and recombinant inbred line populations from crosses among public maize lines for the purposes of genetic mapping. In hybrid combination, these lines can provide insight into the value of parents to produce cultivars for specific production combinations. Specific lines may have value as parents of hybrids, or in breeding new lines. 

Key Benefits
  • Can provide insight into the value of parents to produce cultivars for specific production combinations
Applications
  • Genetic mapping
  • Specific lines may have value as parents of hybrids, or in breeding new lines.
Technology Contact

For current licensing status, please contact Emily Bauer at emily@warf.org or 608-960-9842

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