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Theoretically expected segregations into genotypic and phenotypic classes in the F2 and backcrosses for digenically controlled traits linked with the S gene in the case of monogenic gametophytic control of self incompatibility



Theoretically expected segregations into genotypic and phenotypic classes in the F2 and backcrosses for digenically controlled traits linked with the S gene in the case of monogenic gametophytic control of self incompatibility



Genetika Moskva 29(7): 1129-1156



Theoretically expected ratios for segregation into genotypic classes in the F2 and test crosses are determined for digenic marker characters when one or both structural (marker) genes are linked with the locus for self incompatibility.

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