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Theoretically expected frequencies of phenotypic classes in the F2 for digenically controlled marker characters linked to the gametophytic self-incompatibility gene



Theoretically expected frequencies of phenotypic classes in the F2 for digenically controlled marker characters linked to the gametophytic self-incompatibility gene



Plant Cell Incompatibility Newsletter ( 21): 16-24



Expected segregation into phenotypic classes of a marker character controlled by 2 unlinked genes was calculated.

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