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Inheritance studies in broadleaf birdsfoot trefoil, Lotus corniculatus L



Inheritance studies in broadleaf birdsfoot trefoil, Lotus corniculatus L



Diss. Abstr, 17: Publ. 22,129, 2752-53



Inheritance of leaf size appeared to be mainly under the control of one locus, dominance being incomplete. Back-cross ratios were indicative of autotetraploid segregation. The two types of seed mottling studied were both dominant to nonmottling. One type depended on two disomically-inherited genes. The number of genes responsible for the other type of mottling was not determined precisely but appeared to be small.

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