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The inheritance of colour of fruit and the assessment of plants as sources of colour in the cultivated strawberry



The inheritance of colour of fruit and the assessment of plants as sources of colour in the cultivated strawberry



Horticultural Research 14(1): 29-39



Skin and flesh colours of ripe fruits were studied in a diallel cross among nine varieties. General combining ability effects were more important than specific combining ability effects in the inheritance of colour. Heritability estimates were 0.47 for skin colour and 0.56 for flesh colour.

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