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A male sterile line with recessive gene in broccoli (Brassica L. var. italica Planch) and its utilization



A male sterile line with recessive gene in broccoli (Brassica L. var. italica Planch) and its utilization



Cruciferae Newsletter ( 19): 77-78



Floral characteristics of male sterile and fertile plants of broccoli (Brassica var. italica) line 8588-2 were examined, and nectar gland sizes were measured microscopically. Male sterile plants had normal flower opening, nectar glands and pistils, and showed only stamen deterioration and pollen abortion. Test crosses and F1 generations were produced by crossing male sterile plants with their sister plants or normal self-incompatible lines.

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