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Experiments on the elucidation of genetic variability in wild oats and varieties of cultivated oats. An interim report with special reference to fatua types



Experiments on the elucidation of genetic variability in wild oats and varieties of cultivated oats. An interim report with special reference to fatua types



Landwirtsch Forsch (Sonderheft 35): 513-529



Avena fatua, A. sativa and intermediate fatua types were compared. Among the fatua types, the morphology of the lemma and palea was studied. No distinction was found between interspecific hybrids, on the one hand, and plants thought to have originated by mutation, on the other. The frequency of occurrence of fatua-type plants is also seen as providing evidence against the theory that they originated by mutation.

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