Parental Effects on Progeny Phenotype in Plants: Distinguishing Genetic and Environmental Causes.

The experimental measurement of additive genetic variation in plant populations is complicated by the potential for non-Mendelian inheritance. Maternal influences on progeny phenotype resulting from the cytoplasmic inheritance of plastids or RNA transcripts and effects of the maternal environment have consequently been the focus of much research. To exclude… CONTINUE READING

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