By E. J. Gallagher

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The merits of multilines are examined in Chapter 8 by Gill who, in the abstract, points to significant yield advances in trials in India from the introduction of Cereal breeding 45 multilines, using two or three backcrosses to produce the desired lines. Even more important, in the Indian context, was the concept that the multilines offered the possibility of continued resistance to diseases such as the rusts. The introduction of the semi-dwarf wheats had been a breakthrough, with resistance to leaf and stripe rusts.

Mean yield, regression coefficient and deviations from regression, the multilines were superior to the recurrent parent. Maryam (Chapter 9) worked with maize in an effort to identify genotypes which would germinate at the low temperatures experienced at sowing (in February) in Pakistan, and the same conditions which prevail in England at a later sowing date. The abstract indicates that two sets of inbred lines from different origins were examined. There was no evidence of non-allelic interaction and very little G x E interactions.

The USDA believes that the USA will have to supply 45 x 106 tonnes of this extra requirement. If this big demand is to occur, then major shifts in current world economic patterns will have to take place over the next three years. Chapter 3 Importation of cereal substitutes and their use in animal feedstuffs in the European Community O. Tougaard DG XIV, Commission of the European Communities, Brussels, Belgium Introduction It is useful to begin this contribution concerned with the question of cereal substitutes, by considering the situation relating to animal feed in general, since this is the use to which virtually all EEC imports are put.

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