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Studies of induced mutations in peas. XV. Effect of environment of the Xi- generation on ethylmethane-sulphonate-treated and gamma-irradiated Weitor-pea



Studies of induced mutations in peas. XV. Effect of environment of the Xi- generation on ethylmethane-sulphonate-treated and gamma-irradiated Weitor-pea



Agri hort. genet. Landskrona. 24: 62-74



The three sets differed somewhat in germination and survival rates and in number of seeds per plant and of mutants. The mutation rate was higher in the plants grown in the field. A considerable number of new mutations appeared in the. M3 generation, having been present in the M2 as heterozygotes. Separate analysis of progenies from different branches of the M! plant derived from EMS treatment revealed differences in segregation, resulting from the M1having been a chimaera.

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