Chi Pao Yu
Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 39 Issue 1 November 1939 pp 61-68
1. Yellow seedling, a lethal gene in Asiatic cotton, is a simple Mendelian recessive to normal. It has been discovered three times in three unrelated varieties.
2. Yellow seedling and anthocyanin pigmentation are linked. The cross-over value is about 9 %.
3. Yellow seedling is inherited independently of curly leaf and corolla colour.
Volume 39 Issue 1 November 1939 pp 69-77
1. Curly leaf, cu, and virescent bud, v1, are two newly discovered genes affecting seedlings. Both of them are completely recessive, and form single-factor pairs with the normal.
2. It is shown that curly leaf and leaf shape are linked, with a crossover value not far from 16·6%.
3. Curly leaf and the following characters are independently inherited: anthocyanin pigmentation, corolla colour, lint colour and seed fuzz.
4. Virescent bud and the following characters are independently inherited: curly leaf, anthocyanin pigmentation, corolla colour, seed fuzz, leaf shape and yellow seedling.
5. From the linkage studies of Hutchinson and the writer, it is concluded that the lint colour genes which they investigated are distinct.
Volume 43 Issue 3 April 1942 pp 249-284
Seven additional types of anthocyanin in cotton are described and shown to be controlled by members of an extensive allelomorph system of which fourteen members are now known in the cultivated diploid Asiatic species,
Volume 49 Issue 1 May 1948 pp 46-56
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