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Phenology of ATHB17 events and control.

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posted on 15.04.2014, 04:30 authored by Elena A. Rice, Abha Khandelwal, Robert A. Creelman, Cara Griffith, Jeffrey E. Ahrens, J. Philip Taylor, Lesley R. Murphy, Siva Manjunath, Rebecca L. Thompson, Matthew J. Lingard, Stephanie L. Back, Huachun Larue, Bonnie R. Brayton, Amanda J. Burek, Shiv Tiwari, Luc Adam, James A. Morrell, Rico A. Caldo, Qing Huai, Jean-Louis K. Kouadio, Rosemarie Kuehn, Anagha M. Sant, William J. Wingbermuehle, Rodrigo Sala, Matt Foster, Josh D. Kinser, Radha Mohanty, Dongming Jiang, Todd E. Ziegler, Mingya G. Huang, Saritha V. Kuriakose, Kyle Skottke, Peter P. Repetti, T. Lynne Reuber, Thomas G. Ruff, Marie E. Petracek, Paul J. Loida

Two independent ATHB17 events in three hybrids were used in physiological studies conducted in 2011 and 2012 under standard agricultural practices (SAP) for corn production in the Central Corn Belt. The number of days to 50% silking and anthesis were measured and the number of days between anthesis and silking was calculated (ASI) each year for physiological studies conducted under standard agronomic practices conditions. Differences in phenology between ATHB17 events and control were determined using an across year combined analysis using a mixed model ANOVA. N denotes the number of data points included per entry in the statistical analysis. Number of event data points were within ±3 of control data points. Results for individual hybrids per year are shown in Table S2.