The relation between some of phenotype characteristics of corn and infection by corn stem borer Sesamia cretica. Mohammed Z. Khalaf | Riadh A. oukaily |Ahmad. K. Abed k

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This study was conducted to know the effect of some phenotype characteristics of corn plant on infection by (CSB), using 13 genotypes of corn plant, planting during autumn season 1997 and 1998. The result revealed that the mean of plant height (with male flowering) was (183-219) cm, the mean of leaf No./ plant in all genotypes was (16-18) leaf but the leaf area of plant was (4350-6249) cm2, there were significant differences of phenotype characteristics between genotypes ,the percentage of infection by (CSB) was (5.9-35.9),% the result showed that the phenotype characteristics had non effect on the infection percentage by (CSB) and the correlation coefficient was not significant.

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Journal BS. The relation between some of phenotype characteristics of corn and infection by corn stem borer Sesamia cretica. . BSJ [Internet]. 6Jun.2004 [cited 9Dec.2019];1(2):195-9. Available from: http://bsj.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/BSJ/article/view/547
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