Disomic and Tetrasomic Inheritance in a Solanum Hybrid

@article{Swaminathan1956DisomicAT,
  title={Disomic and Tetrasomic Inheritance in a Solanum Hybrid},
  author={M. S. Swaminathan},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1956},
  volume={178},
  pages={599-600}
}
IN the course of a cytogenetic study of the nature of differentiation of diploid species (2n = 24) of the section Tuberarium, genus Solanum, the mode of inheritance of three loci could be followed in a cross between S. macolae and S. simplicifolium, two species of the series Tuberosa occurring in Bolivia and Argentina. The simplicifolium parent used in the cross had simple leaves, a prominently winged stem and white corolla, in contrast to the compound leaves, rudimentary stem wing and purple… 

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