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Hybrid progenies of the cross, Brassica campestris X B. oleracea. 1. Cytogenetical studies on F1 hybrids



Hybrid progenies of the cross, Brassica campestris X B. oleracea. 1. Cytogenetical studies on F1 hybrids



Japanese Journal of Genetics Idengaku Zasshi 55(3): 189-202



Three types of F1 hybrids were obtained from crosses of the above type between the female parents Chinese cabbage, Chinese greens, summer turnip rape and winter turnip rape and the male parents thousand-head kale, Chinese kale, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, kohl rabi and broccoli.

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