Inheritance of petal colour and its independent segregation from seed colour in Brassica rapa

@inproceedings{Rahman2001InheritanceOP,
  title={Inheritance of petal colour and its independent segregation from seed colour in Brassica rapa},
  author={M. Habibur Rahman},
  year={2001}
}
The inheritance of petal (flower) colour and seed colour in Brassica rapa was investigated using two creamy-white flowered, yellow-seeded yellow sarson (an ecotype from Indian subcontinent) lines, two yellow-flowered, partially yellow-seeded Canadian cultivars and one yellow-flowered, brown-seeded rapid cycling accession, and their F1, F2, F3 and backcross populations. A joint segregation of these two characters was examined in the F2 population. Petal colour was found to be under monogenic… CONTINUE READING

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