Introduction to Genetic Analysis 131

Introduction to Genetic Analysis 131 - Normal M Tall D...

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Unformatted text preview: Normal ( M ) Tall ( D ) Smooth ( P ) Normal ( O ) Normal ( Ne ) Simple inflor. ( S ) Non-beaked ( Bk ) Few locules ( Lc ) Woolly ( Wo/wo ) Mottled ( m ) Dwarf ( d ) Peach ( p ) Oblate ( o ) Normal ( wo ) Necrotic ( ne ) Compound inflor. ( s ) Beaked ( bk ) Many locules ( lc ) Normal ( Bu ) Bushy ( bu ) Normal ( Mc ) Macrocalyx ( mc ) Normal ( B ) Broad ( b ) Broad cotyledons ( Nc ) Narrow cotyledons ( nc ) Spread dwarf ( Dm ) Compact dwarf modifier ( dm ) Purple stem ( Al ) Anthocyanin loser ( al ) Green ( L ) Lutescent ( l ) Normal ( Nt ) Nipple-tip ( nt ) Nonwilty ( W ) Wilty ( w ) Jointed ( J ) Jointless ( j ) Normal ( Lf ) Leafy ( lf ) Hairy ( HI ) Hairless ( hl ) Purple ( A ) Green ( a ) Normal ( F ) Fasciated ( f ) Green-base ( U ) Uniform fruit ( u ) Smooth ( H ) Hairy ( h ) Non-tangerine ( T ) Tangerine ( t ) Xanthophyllous ( Xa/xa ) Green ( xa ) Self-pruning ( sp ) Resistance to leaf mold ( Cfp 1) Indeterminate ( Sp ) Potato leaf ( c ) Cut leaf ( C ) Clear skin ( y ) Yellow skin (...
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