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Theoretical development of self-incompatibility gene frequencies during the course of successive generations of multiplication. Possible effects on the mean values of these generations

Theoretical development of self-incompatibility gene frequencies during the course of successive generations of multiplication. Possible effects on the mean values of these generations

Ann. Amelior. Pl, 17: 267-75

In a species with gametophyic self incompatibility such as Trifolium repens the part of the genome linked to the self-incompatibility gene can have a significant effect on the characteristics to be selected.

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