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Inheritance of mutant-1 phenotype in the pepper



Inheritance of mutant-1 phenotype in the pepper



Jour Heredity 52(4): 154-158



A female-sterile mutant, referred to as mutant-1 and discovered in an F3 progeny from a single selfed F2 pepper plant selected for a specific reaction to tobacco mosaic virus, is described. As determined from out-crossed, sib-crossed, and progenies from selfed normal-appearing sib plants, the aberrant characters exhibited by all mutant-1 plants occurred en bloc and according to the expected frequency of the double recessive of a single allelic pair. Anther color was inherited monofactorially and independently of the mutant-1 phenotype, with blue dominant to yellow.

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