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|... the necrotic F2-plants which were
|Quantitative investigations on progressive necrosis in wheat hybrids
Quantitative investigations on progressive necrosis in wheat hybrids
Hermsen, J. G. Th.
|dominant for all necrosis genes and ...
|... was removed, by making the translocation
|The nature of the influence of X-translocations on sex of progeny in Sciara coprophila
The nature of the influence of X-translocations on sex of progeny in Sciara coprophila
Crouse, Helen V.
|, the exceptions did not occur. 4. The ...
|... (lower coefficients of variation) than the
|Environmental variability within inbred lines and single crosses of maize
Environmental variability within inbred lines and single crosses of maize
Shank, D. B.; Adams, M. W.
|parents in every characteristic. ...
|... had originated from anthers which were
|Zur Genetik vonPetunia hybrida
Zur Genetik vonPetunia hybrida
|recessive for this gene there would be no ...
|... obtained which show any combination from 3
|Der Nukleolus als lebenswichtiger Bestandteil des Zellkernes
Der Nukleolus als lebenswichtiger Bestandteil des Zellkernes
|nucleolar organizers to none at all. ...
|... localization of chiasmata. In rye plants,
|Non-random distribution of chiasmata in rye, Crotalaria and coffee
Non-random distribution of chiasmata in rye, Crotalaria and coffee
|for a rather large translocation, an ...