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A gene for sensitivity to irradiation in soya-bean varieties



A gene for sensitivity to irradiation in soya-bean varieties



Technical News, Institute of Radiation Breeding Tekunikaru Nyusu, Hoshasen Ikushu Jo (12): 2



Analysis of the F2 generation from a cross between the radioresistant variety Tachisuzunari and the radiosensitive Shinmejiro indicated that a single Mendelian gene, designated rs1, controlled radiosensitivity. A linkage value of 38.7% was determined between rs1 and the gene for violet flowers, w2.

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