Gene pools in Phaseolus and Vigna cultigens

@article{Smartt2004GenePI,
  title={Gene pools in Phaseolus and Vigna cultigens},
  author={Joseph Smartt},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2004},
  volume={30},
  pages={445-449}
}
The nature and extent of the gene pools in cultigens of the genera Phaseolus and Vigna, as indicated by studies of experimental interspecific hybridization, are reviewed. In all cases a primary gene pool exists comprising conspecific wild and cultivated forms. Secondary gene pools have been established for Phaseolus vulgaris-Ph. coccineus, Vigna radiata-V. mungo and V. angularis-V. umbellata but not for V. unguiculata and for Voandzeia subterranea. Tertiary gene-pools apparently exist for all… CONTINUE READING

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