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Digenic inheritance of cotyledon colour and its epistatic interaction in lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.)


, : Digenic inheritance of cotyledon colour and its epistatic interaction in lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.). International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Technology 3(1): 7-11

An experiment was conducted in New Delhi, India, during 1998-2001 to study the gigenic inheritance of cotyledon colour and its epistatic interaction in lentil, using the F<sub>1</sub>, F<sub>2</sub> and F<sub>3</sub> generations. Two crosses were made between orange and light green cotyledon parents, which gave the digenic ratio of 9 (orange):3 (brown):3 (yellow):1 (light green) cotyledon. The light green cotyledon was expressed only when both the genes Y and B were in recessive condition.

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