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Genetic analysis in self-incompatible plants (genetic models). I. Expected proportions of genotypes in test crosses for monogenically inherited traits linked with S loci in the case of the gametophyte type of incompatibility



Genetic analysis in self-incompatible plants (genetic models). I. Expected proportions of genotypes in test crosses for monogenically inherited traits linked with S loci in the case of the gametophyte type of incompatibility



Genetika, USSR 24(4): 698-707



Segregation in test cross progenies for marker genes (with 100% penetrance) linked with S genes is examined on the assumption of partial cross compatibility and complementary interaction between alleles of the various S loci in pollen tubers and pistil tissues. Three genetic models are examined: (1) one marker locus linked with one S locus, (2) 2 marker loci linked with the same S locus and (3) 2 marker genes on different chromosomes linked with 2 S loci.

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