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Qualitative characters in tomato Lycopersicon esculentum

, : Qualitative characters in tomato Lycopersicon esculentum. Environment and Ecology 8(4): 1337-1338

In a study of 5 varieties and their 9 hybrids obtained from crossing and selfing, dominance was noted for tall plant stature over medium stature, large fruit and leaf size over medium and small size, blunt fruit apex over pointed apex, and red mature fruit colour over reddish yellow colour.

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