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Inheritance of albinism in diploid and tetraploid potato species



Inheritance of albinism in diploid and tetraploid potato species



Agricultura trop 16: 348-52



Two diploid species, Solanum chacoense and S. phureja, and two tetraploid species, S. acaule and S. tuberosum, were selfed. Some albino plants appeared, this condition being governed by a recessive, simple Mendelian factor. In both diploid species the ratio of green to albino plants was 3: 1, showing disomic inheritance. In S. tuberosum the ratio was approximately 35: 1, indicating that the species is probably an autotetraploid with random segregation at meiosis.

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