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Effect of genotypic background on the frequency of crossing over in tomato plants



Effect of genotypic background on the frequency of crossing over in tomato plants



Genetika Moskva 27(2): 361-363



A study was made of F1 hybrids heterozygous for the recessive markers hl and a on chromosome 11, obtained by crossing the marker line Mo628 with 10 cultivars. Mo628 was also crossed with the semicultivated species Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium and L. racemigerum and the wild species L. hirsutum and L. minutum. Plants were sown early and late.

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