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A new form of genetic female sterility in Capsicum annuum L



A new form of genetic female sterility in Capsicum annuum L



Scientia Horticulturae 18(1): 25-29



During evaluation of genotypes of pepper (C. annuum L.), a female-sterile mutant was observed in 1 line. The mutant also exhibited flat stem and rosette branching habit. The stamens were functional and pollen fertility was normal. Style and stigma were petaloid and non-functional. A single recessive gene caused the sterility and the other aberrant characteristics. The possible use of this mutant in a hybrid seed production program in pepper is indicated.

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DOI: 10.1016/0304-4238(82)90098-X



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