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A new gene for male sterility in rapeseed, Brassica napus L


, : A new gene for male sterility in rapeseed, Brassica napus L. Cruciferae Newsletter ( 14-15): 30

Male-sterile plants resulted from the pollination of B. napus with (B. oleracea X B. chinensis). The plants were characterized by flowers with narrow petals, short filaments and rudimentary whitish anthers without pollen.

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