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Trisomics from triploid-diploid crosses in self-incompatible Lycopersicum peruvianum : I. Essential features of aneuploids and of self-compatible trisomics



Trisomics from triploid-diploid crosses in self-incompatible Lycopersicum peruvianum : I. Essential features of aneuploids and of self-compatible trisomics



Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische und Angewandte Genetik 50(3): 105-119



Crosses between triploids and diploids of L. peruvianum resulted in about 40% aneuploids, of which 18% were single trisomics and the rest had two, three and four extra chromosomes. Most of the trisomics were from crosses in which the triploid was the female parent. The trisomics were similar in vigour, fertility and morphology to disomics.

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DOI: 10.1007/BF00276804



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