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Plasmon Mutations in Cytoplasmic Male-Sterile Pearl Millet, PENNISETUM TYPHOIDES



Plasmon Mutations in Cytoplasmic Male-Sterile Pearl Millet, PENNISETUM TYPHOIDES



Genetics 79(4): 583-588



Spontaneous mutations from male sterility to male fertility were demonstrated in four different cytoplasmically male-sterile lines. One line, ASM3, was derived from African material and the other lines, LMS1A, ASM5 and ASM7, all carried Tift 23A cytoplasm, derived from millet of Indian Origin, but differed in nuclear genotype. Evidence is presented which indicates that the mutations are cytoplasmic rather than nuclear. ASM3 had the lowest mutation rate.

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