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Inheritance studies in wild and cultivated 'Sesamum' L. species in Nigeria

Inheritance studies in wild and cultivated 'Sesamum' L. species in Nigeria

Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 22(3): 75-80

Character differences were studied in crosses involving Sesamum indicum and S. radiatum. The results show that the inheritance of resistance to leaf curl disease and lodging was controlled by two independently assorting genes with both dominant alleles 'F' and 'L', producing plants that are resistant to leaf curl disease and lodging, while their recessive alleles 'f' and 'l' produced plants that are not resistant to leaf curl disease and lodging, respectively.

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DOI: 10.1300/j064v22n03_08

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