Isolation Of Independent Gene Pairs At Two Loci For Seed Coat Color In Brassica juncea

Vera, C.L.; Woods, D.L.

Canadian Journal of Plant Science 62(1): 47-50

1982


ISSN/ISBN: 0008-4220
DOI: 10.4141/cjps82-006
Accession: 068494195

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Abstract
The presence of two independent dominant gene pairs controlling seed coat color in B. juncea has been confirmed. Two different types of lines, homozygous dominant at one locus and homozygous recessive at the other (R1R1r2r2 and r1r1R2R2), were produced.