Publications

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Publications

Mulitze, D.K., March 2010. Relational Software for Plant Breeding: Empowering plant breeders in a world of declining fiscal and human resources. Keynote address. Eighth Southern African Plant Breeder’s Association Symposium, Stellenbosch, South Africa.


Mulitze, D.K. July/August 1996. Analysis of oat and barley plant breeding data using AGROBASE 96 for Windows. V International Oat Conference and VII International Barley Genetics Symposium, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada.


Stroup, W.W, P.S. Baenziger, and D.K. Mulitze. 1994. Removing spatial variation from wheat yield trials: A comparison of methods. Crop Science 34:62-66.


Mulitze, D.K. 1992. Database software for plant breeders. Seed World, April 1992.


Freiberg, B. 1991. More PC power for plant breeders. Seed Industry Journal 42(4):4.


Mulitze, D.K. November 1991. Analysis and query of data from segregating populations using AGROBASE/4 version 1.1. Agronomy Annual Meeting (Software Scene Section), Denver, Colorado.


Stroup, W.W., and Mulitze, D.K. 1991. Nearest neighbour adjusted best linear unbiased prediction. American Statistician 45(3):194-200.


Mulitze, D.K. November 1990. AGROBASE/4: A database management and analysis system in FoxPro for plant breeders and agronomists. American Society of Agronomy Annual Meeting (Software Scene Section), San Antonio, Texas.


Mulitze, D.K. May, 1990. Exploitation of AGROBASE/4 in variety breeding and testing. Invited paper presented to the joint Committee of Biometrical Methods and Computer Techniques and the Committee of Genetics and Breeding of the Czechoslovakian Academy of Agricultural Sciences, High Tatras Mountains, Czechoslovakia.


Mulitze, D.K. 1990. AGROBASE\4: A Microcomputer database management and analysis system for plant breeding and agronomy. Agronomy Journal 82(5):1016-1021.


Mulitze, D.K. March, 1989. AGROBASE: A New Microcomputer Relational Database System for Agronomic Research and Plant Breeding. XII EUCARPIA Congress, Goettingen, West Germany.