Inheritance of plant height has been studied in combinations of R/D-substituted forms of hexaploid triticale and varieties that have a complete chromosome set of rye and carry various genes determining dwarfism. Analysis of F1-F3 hybrids has demonstrated an additive effect of the dwarfism genes and the genetic component of chromosome D affecting the plant height. Deviations in the segregation with respect to plant height found in F2 combinations involving R/D-substituted forms and varieties with a complete chromosomal set of the R genome may be caused by meiotic disturbances resulting from the R/D substitution and an increased frequency of the transmission of the heterologous chromosome in the monosomic substituted form.
Russian Journal of Genetics – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 25, 2008
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