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Investigations on the inheritance of low alkaloid content of white lupin (L. albus)



Investigations on the inheritance of low alkaloid content of white lupin (L. albus)



Z. Pflanzenz, 45: 334-44



Mention is made of the forms of L. albus with a low alkaloid content that have been selected by different breeders. Evidence is presented showing that low alkaloid content is controlled by simple recessive genes. The variety Blanca was found to carry the gene pauper for low alkaloid content, this gene being already known to occur in several other varieties; Reuscher and Neuland were found to have two further genes for this character, designated reductus and exiguus respectively.

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