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Studies in Ranunculus. IV. Additional experiments with Ranunculus bulbosus and R. acris



Studies in Ranunculus. IV. Additional experiments with Ranunculus bulbosus and R. acris



Jour Genetics 51(1): 26-31



This paper is a continuation of two previous pape rs on the genetics of Ranunculus bulbosus and R. acris. Characters studied are flower colour and sex in both species, poor development of petals in the former and leaf blotch in the latter species. Evidence is given that these have all a genetic basis, but the ratios are often disturbed by the occurrence of apomixis and, particularly in R. acris, semi-lethality and perhaps of lethality with certain gene combinations.

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