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Characteristics of male-sterile mutants of tomato with respect to their suitability for breeding programmes


, : Characteristics of male-sterile mutants of tomato with respect to their suitability for breeding programmes. Tagungsbericht, Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften der Deutschen Demokratischen Re ik (168): 179-183

Three male-sterile mutants, ms15, ms26 and ms33, which produce naked ovules around the base of rudimentary sterile anthers, were studied. The mutants produced fruit of poor quality owing to the fusion of androecial tissue with the fruit. Segregation ratios in progenies of crosses with the mutants were disrupted. GA application restored fertility and improved fruit quality.

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