• The genetics of blackarm resistance XII. Transference of resistance fromGossypium herbaceum toG. barbadense

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      Two partially dominant genes governing resistance to blackarm (Xanthomonas malvacearum) have been transferred fromGossypium herbaceum (n=13,A1 genome) to Sakel,G. barbadense (n=26, (AD)2 genome). The stronger of these genes has been given the symbolB9; no symbol has been allocated to the weaker gene because gene homology tests have not been made between this and the other known genes.

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      R. L. Knight1 2

      1. East Malling Research Station, Kent, England
      2. Empire Cotton Growing Corporation and Research Division, Ministry of Agriculture, Sudan
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