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Slow and quick S-alleles without dominance interaction in the sporophytic one-locus self-incompatibility system of Stellaria holostea (Caryophyllaceae)


, : Slow and quick S-alleles without dominance interaction in the sporophytic one-locus self-incompatibility system of Stellaria holostea (Caryophyllaceae). Hereditas Landskrona 120(3): 191-202

Six self-sterile S. holostea plants were collected in the neighbourhood of Lund in 1991. Four of these plants in crosses produced 7 F1 families, totalling 52 plants (range 3-11 plants). Incompatibility interrelationships were assessed from seed-setting data from the complex programme of selfings, F1 sib intercrosses, crosses to parents, and crosses to non-related plants that were conducted in 1992 and 1993.

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