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Studies on the hypoaneuploids of common wheat. I. Double monosomics and triple monosomics

Studies on the hypoaneuploids of common wheat. I. Double monosomics and triple monosomics

Idengaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Genet, 43: 109

From crossing two different nullisomics, selected from the progenies of self-pollinated monosomics of Triticum aestivum ssp. vulgare, eight kinds of double monosomics (19II + 2I) were obtained; five types of triple monosomics (18II + 3I) resulted from crossing the double monosomics to nullisomics. Crosses between triple monosomics and normal plants, made to maintain the triple monosomic strain, gave an F1 with 39-42 chromosomes.

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DOI: 10.1266/jjg.43.109

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