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Inheritance of phenotypic traits in cultivars and breeding lines of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)



Inheritance of phenotypic traits in cultivars and breeding lines of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)



Advances in Horticultural Science 7(3): 113-116



Inheritance of testa colour, growth habit, pods/plant and 100-seed weight was studied in hybrids resulting from crossing and selfing of cultivars and advanced lines with contrasting characters. Testa colour depended on the interaction of the loci, P and R, with P showing an epistatic effect over R. Genotypes with some recessive testa colour genes had white seeds but when intercrossed the progeny included recombinants with coloured seeds.

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