Twin Spots on Leaves of Homozygous Cotton Plants

@article{Barrow1973TwinSO,
  title={Twin Spots on Leaves of Homozygous Cotton Plants},
  author={Jerry R. Barrow and H. K. Chaudhari and Max P. Dunford},
  journal={Journal of Heredity},
  year={1973},
  volume={64},
  pages={222-226}
}
pected yellow and singed spots, and the yellow and the singed single spots occurred from the separation of the linked y and sn genes by somatic crossing over in the four-strand stage. Jones15 reported paired and unpaired spots initol\.ing several genes determining color and texture differences in the triploid aleurone layer of the maize endosperm. T h e aleurone tissue was heterozygous A a a o r A A a , depending on the genotype of the pollen and seed parents for each gene considered… 
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