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Cytogenetical studies of Oryza sativa, L. and its related species. 9. Study on meiosis of the first backcross generation of (Oryza sativa L. x O. officinalis Wall.) x O. sativa L



Cytogenetical studies of Oryza sativa, L. and its related species. 9. Study on meiosis of the first backcross generation of (Oryza sativa L. x O. officinalis Wall.) x O. sativa L



Bot. Bull. Acad. sin, Taipei, 6: 1, 39-47



The microsporogenesis of the first back-cross generation of (O. sativa x O. officinalis) x O. sativa was similar to that of the F1 of O. sativa x O. officinalis, except that the extremely long spindle was rarely found in the back-cross generation. The genomic constitution of the back-cross generation was A AC.

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