Performance and genetic analysis of cytoplasmic male sterility of double-low cytoplasmic male sterile line 384A of Brassica napus L

Tian BaoMing; Song WengGuang; Zhang ShuFen

Acta Agriculturae Boreali Sinica 13(4): 80-84


Accession: 003226603

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Field observations carried out in 1995 showed that the cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS) of rape line 384A belongs to the typical anther degeneration type: anthers shrivel completely, while petals expand normally. The CMS is stable and derived from the interaction of a dominant cytoplasmic sterility gene (S) with a pair of recessive nuclear genes (rr).