Genetic analysis of reciprocal differences in the inheritance of in vitro characters in pearl millet

@article{Satyavathi2016GeneticAO,
  title={Genetic analysis of reciprocal differences in the inheritance of in vitro characters in pearl millet},
  author={Valluri V Satyavathi and Volkan Manga and Muktinutalapati V. Subba Rao and M. Chittibabu},
  journal={Genetics and Molecular Biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={39},
  pages={54 - 61}
}
Abstract Reciprocal differences persist in nature because of the unequal contribution of cytoplasmic determinants from male and female gametes to the zygote. The inheritance of genetic differences is an important factor that influences various traits, including somatic embryogenesis and regeneration in vitro. In this report, we estimate the cytoplasmic and maternal effects in pearl millet and their adequacy in describing the observed reciprocal differences based on an in depth study of the… Expand
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