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Conversion of scarlet runner beans (Phaseolus coccineus L.) to dwarf habit

Conversion of scarlet runner beans (Phaseolus coccineus L.) to dwarf habit

Atti del convegno su: risultati di un quinquennio di lavoro sul miglioramento genetico del fagiolo da granella, Cuneo, 3 luglio, 1981: 37-57

Fifty dwarf plants in two populations (BC1F4 and BC2F4) which resembled Ph. coccineus in their hypogeal germination, floral morphology, fleshy pods and their need of insects for self pollination were obtained from crossing five Ph. vulgaris varieties with an Italian ecotype of Ph. coccineus; the latter was used as pollen parent and recurrent parent in the backcrosses.

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