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Thesis (M.S.)--University of Nebraska--Lincoln, 1960. Department of Agronomy.
The primary objectives of this investigation were: (1) to study the viability and seedling vigor of high-moisture seed from the male sterile lines Martin and Combine Kafir-60 harvested at various levels and subjected to freezing temperatures for various periods of time, (2) to obtain information regarding the viability and vigor of sorghum seed which was mechanically injured when harvested at different moisture levels, (3) to observe the relative loss in moisture content as the two lines matured, and (4) to determine the relative moisture content of different segments of sorghum heads.
Advisor: Orrin J. Webster.