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Expected genotypic ratios in test crosses involving characters controlled by a single locus linked to one of the S-loci (gametophytic type of self-incompatibility)



Expected genotypic ratios in test crosses involving characters controlled by a single locus linked to one of the S-loci (gametophytic type of self-incompatibility)



Plant Cell Incompatibility Newsletter (19): 42-46



Expected segregation ratios are given for crosses involving a single marker locus (with 2 alleles) linked to an S locus with a known recombination frequency, where there are a number (k) of S loci, each of which is located on a different chromosome.

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