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Genetic analysis of leaves at a different stalk positions in flue-cured tobacco



Genetic analysis of leaves at a different stalk positions in flue-cured tobacco



Journal of the Korean Society of Tobacco Science 14(2): 133-143



The magnitude of additive effects generally paralleled the magnitude of differences between parental means and appeared to be more independent of non-allelic interaction than dominance effects, whereas the magnitude of dominance effects was enhanced by non-allelic interaction. Additive effects were significant for all characteristics observed, and for leaf width and leaf shape index of lugs, cutter and leaf, and leaf width of tips, were higher than dominance effects.

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