Inheritance of four morphological characters in lima beans
AuthorR. W. Allard
Author AffiliationsR. W. Allard was Associate Professor of Agronomy, Davis.
Hilgardia 22(11):383-389. DOI:10.3733/hilg.v22n11p383. November 1953.
Four gene pairs governing the inheritance of conspicuous morphological characters in lima beans are described. They are:
Dd—indeterminate (vine) vs. determinate (bush) habit of growth.
Vv—variegated vs. nonvariegated leaflets.
Wlwl—lanceolate vs. ovate leaflets; Wlwl produces ovate-lanceolate leaflets.
Crcr—normal vs. crinkled leaflets.
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