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Spontaneous and induced mutation rates in di-, tetra-, and hexaploid oats (Avena spp.)



Spontaneous and induced mutation rates in di-, tetra-, and hexaploid oats (Avena spp.)



Radiation Botany 15(3): 279-289



Strains of diploid, tetraploid, and hexaploid oats derived from untreated and ethyl methanesulphonate(EMS)-treated seeds were used to estimate mutation rates for spontaneous and induced mutations at loci that affect quantitatively inherited traits. The strains were produced by using a dichotomous progeny scheme. Genotypes differed with respect to the rates of occurrence of spontaneous and induced mutations.

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DOI: 10.1016/S0033-7560(75)80027-5


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