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Resistance to fruit splitting in tomato: segregation of a cross



Resistance to fruit splitting in tomato: segregation of a cross



Annali della Facolta di Agraria, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore 15(1/3): 5-10



The F1 progeny of a cross between Geny, a variety with soft fruit, and Gringo, with firm fruit, were similar to the soft parent. Segregation in the F2 was 3 soft:1 firm. In the back cross to the firm-fruited parent, 50% of the progeny had soft fruit and in the back cross to the soft-fruited parent, all had soft fruit.

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