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Cytoplasmic genic inheritance of flower color and cotyledon position in the cross Phaseolus vulgaris X Phaseolus coccineus



Cytoplasmic genic inheritance of flower color and cotyledon position in the cross Phaseolus vulgaris X Phaseolus coccineus



HortScience 9(3, II): 292



Reciprocal crosses within Ph. coccineus and between Ph. vulgaris (white) and Ph. coccineus (scarlet), were made. Complete dominance of scarlet colour was observed in crosses within Ph. coccineus and in the cross Ph. coccineus X Ph. vulgaris. Scarlet colour was controlled by a single major dominant gene. Geranium pink flowers occurred in the F1 of the interspecific cross. Pink and white flowering occurred in the segregating generations of this cross.

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