Calyx forms in dihaploids in relation to the origin ofSolanum tuberosum

Abstract

Dihaploids ofSolanum tuberosum may have a regular form of calyx with relatively short sepals similar to that found in the diploid, wild species,S. sparsipilum, or an irregular form with relatively long sepals similar to that found in the cultivated, diploid species,S. stenotomum. The regular form is due to a dominant gene which may be strongly linked to… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02360591

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@article{Howard2006CalyxFI, title={Calyx forms in dihaploids in relation to the origin ofSolanum tuberosum}, author={Holly Howard}, journal={Potato Research}, year={2006}, volume={16}, pages={43-46} }