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Genetic analysis in plants with gametophytic self-incompatibility controlled by two loci (codominant marker characters)



Genetic analysis in plants with gametophytic self-incompatibility controlled by two loci (codominant marker characters)



Genetika 30(3): 377-398



Special features of genetic analysis in plants with two gametophytic self-incompatibility loci are studied. All possible theoretically expected segregation ratios of genotypic classes in F-2 and backcrosses are obtained for codominant markers linked with self-incompatibility loci, taking into account the mutual arrangement of the four studied loci in a plant genome.

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