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Andro 37 melon - a spontaneous mutant with male flowers



Andro 37 melon - a spontaneous mutant with male flowers



Rasteniev"dni Nauki 28(7/10): 123-124



A mutant with only male flowers on the central stem and branches was found in the accession K37 during 1987. In order the derive progeny from it, it was propagated vegetatively and chemically treated to induce female flowers. Plants from the seed produced by selfing had only male flowers.

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