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Etched2 (et2), a new etched endosperm/albino seedling mutant, is located on 2S


, : Etched2 (et2), a new etched endosperm/albino seedling mutant, is located on 2S. Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter ( 67): 9

This maize mutant, designated et*-2352, was found segregating on the selfed ear of a Mutator outcross plant. Mutant grains gave rise to off-white albino seedlings, with occasional greening of leaf tips. Some mutant seedlings had fine, green revertant sectors typical of Mu-induced seedling mutants. Mutant seedlings died after the grain nutrient reserves had been exhausted.

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