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Genetics of cotton. Part V. Reversal of dominance in the interspecific cross G. barbadense Linn, x G. hirswtum Linn, and its bearing on Fisher's theory of dominance



Genetics of cotton. Part V. Reversal of dominance in the interspecific cross G. barbadense Linn, x G. hirswtum Linn, and its bearing on Fisher's theory of dominance



J. Genet 25: 261-70



In Sea Island cotton, normal and Crinkled Dwarf have been shown to form a simple pair of allelomorphic characters with normal dominant. Three crosses, using Crinkled Dwarf as one parent, are here described. (1) Crinkled Dwarf with other Peruvian types. (a) C. D. x Red Kidney. The F1 showed slight traces of crinkling; back-crossed on to crinkled the usual 1: 1 ratio was obtained. (b) C. D. x G. W. P., a Peruvian type of Marie Galante.

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