INHERITANCE OF SOME SIGNS IN HYBRID PROGENY GOT FROM THE CROSSINGS PRUNUS DOMESTICA VARIETIES IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE NORTH CAUCASUS

E.M. Alehina
The inheritance of economic valuable signs had been studied in the first generation got from the crossing of Prunus domestica varieties. The best parental forms turned to be "Tuley Grass" and "Grand Duke".

The middle time of fruit + ripening in hybrids is the most popular phenomenon in crossing the varieties with different times of fruit ripening; the dark fruit color prevails over the hight; in most cases occurrence of middle-sized fruits takes place.

Alehina, E.M. (1978). INHERITANCE OF SOME SIGNS IN HYBRID PROGENY GOT FROM THE CROSSINGS PRUNUS DOMESTICA VARIETIES IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE NORTH CAUCASUS. Acta Hortic. 74, 79-82
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1978.74.10
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.1978.74.10

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