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Relationship between segregation in F2 hybrids of tomato and the position of the seeds in the fruit



Relationship between segregation in F2 hybrids of tomato and the position of the seeds in the fruit



3 ii s"ezd Vses o va genetikov i selektsionerov im N I Vavilova, Leningrad, 16-20 maya 1977 g, 1 Genet i selektsiya rast Tez dokl: 21



When fruits obtained by selfing F1 plants were cut in half, the progenies of seeds from the upper half contained a higher percentage of plants with dominant characters (small, round, smooth fruit with few loculi; simple inflorescence), while those of seeds from the lower half contained a higher percentage of plants with the corresponding recessive characters.

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