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Characterization of mutants in barley affecting flavonoid synthesis


, : Characterization of mutants in barley affecting flavonoid synthesis. Barley genetics IV Proceedings of the fourth international barley genetics symposium, Edinburgh, 22-29 July 1981: 631-634

Diallelic crosses involving 105 flavonoid-deficient mutations showed them to occur in 19 genes, designated ant1-ant19.

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