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Genetical analysis of Triticum polonicum L. X T. aestivum hybrids. II. Study of the fertility of the F3 generation



Genetical analysis of Triticum polonicum L. X T. aestivum hybrids. II. Study of the fertility of the F3 generation



Novenytermeles 23(4): 289-293



Although the total of 380 F3 plants studied showed a segregation into 3 fertile : 1 sterile, with a 70-90% probability, the twelve individual lines analysed differed so much that the single-gene hypothesis had to be rejected.

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