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Mutability of ij-ref



Mutability of ij-ref



Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter ( 64): 44



The maize allele ij (iojap striping) exhibits mutability in particular background constitutions. Among iojap plants from Oh51a/Tr X Oh51a, most 'grainy' (pale leaf colour) plants showed high mutability. Hundreds of small sectors were evident. The cross Oh51a/Tr and its reciprocal as well as backcrosses to Tr exhibited a low mutability frequency.

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