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Maize-rice synteny in the region of the restorer of fertility 3 (Rf3) gene






Rice Genome 4(2): 8

Maize-rice synteny in the region of the restorer of fertility 3 (Rf3) gene

The nuclear gene Rf3, located on the long arm of chromosome 2 of maize, restores fertility in the S-type cytoplasmic male sterility system. A backcross population segregating for Rf3 was characterized using RFLP markers mapped to chromosome 2L. A linkage group spanning about 160 cM was constructed but no marker tightly linked to Rf3 was found.


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