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Attempt at interspecific hybridization between Lupinus albus L. and Lupinus mutabilis Sweet. Effect of cultivation conditions and genotype



Attempt at interspecific hybridization between Lupinus albus L. and Lupinus mutabilis Sweet. Effect of cultivation conditions and genotype



Agronomie 6(10): 919-924



Seventeen genotypes of L. mutabilis were crossed as pollen parents with 7 of L. albus in the field and in the greenhouse. Percentage pod set did not depend on environment. In the greenhouse, the ovules died 3-4 weeks after crossing. In the field, some ovules developed to give seeds of almost normal size, but these were flat and assumed to be empty.

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