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- Mason, Annaliese S.; Takahira, Junko; Atri, Chhaya; Samans, Birgit; Hayward, Alice; Cowling, Wallace A.; Batley, Jacqueline; Nelson, Matthew N.
- BMC plant biology 2015 v.15 no.1 pp. 173
- ploidy, etc ; Brassica carinata; Brassica juncea; Brassica napus; DNA; alleles; chromosome number; chromosomes; flow cytometry; genetic markers; haplotypes; heterosis; hybrids; meiosis; microsatellite repeats; mitosis; open pollination; pollen; progeny; seed set; seeds; self-pollination; single nucleotide polymorphism; viability; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Development of synthetic allohexaploid Brassica (2n = AABBCC) would be beneficial for agriculture, as allelic contributions from three genomes could increase hybrid vigour and broaden adaptation. Microspore culture of a near-allohexaploid hybrid derived from the cross (B. napus × B. carinata) × B. juncea was undertaken in order to assess the frequency and distribution of homologous and ...
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