A new recombinant in the heteromorphy ‘S’ supergene in Primula

@article{Kurian1997ANR,
  title={A new recombinant in the heteromorphy ‘S’ supergene in Primula},
  author={Valsa Kurian and Amanda J Richards},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={1997},
  volume={78},
  pages={383-390}
}
A novel heteromorphic phenotype, P*, in Primula × tommasinii differs from long-styled (‘pin’) morphs, half the pollen having a size distribution typical of pins and the other half a distribution typical of short-styled ‘thrums’. All P* pollen is compatible with pin mothers, and is compatible on P* stigmas, but is incompatible with thrum mothers. However, as a mother, P* shows the same compatibility relationships as do pins. The P* phenotype is inherited as a single dominant factor. All P… CONTINUE READING

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