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Genetic instability in barley: evidence for non-reciprocal recombination in the v-lk region



Genetic instability in barley: evidence for non-reciprocal recombination in the v-lk region



Biologisches Zentralblatt 111(4): 228-240



Gene v controls the number of kernel rows, i.e. the presence or absence of awns on lateral spikelets and their fertility, and is completely linked with the functionally related lk locus on chromosome 2. The Lk allele suppresses the development of awns at all spikelets. The F1 progeny of the cross of 2-rowed, awnless barleys (VV LkLk) with 6-rowed, awned ones (vv lklk) generally have intermediate, short-awned spikes.

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