R. L. M. Ghose
Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 34 Issue 3 June 1937 pp 437-446
Volume 49 Issue 1 May 1948 pp 14-22
Monogenic inheritance has been established for the following characters of the jute plant:
Bitter-non-bitter taste (
Yellow-light yellow anther colour (
Yellow-light yellow corolla-anther colour (
The following linkage relationships have been established:
Bitter taste and branching habit factor pairs are linked with 22·2% crossing-over value.
The corolla and anther colour factor pairs in
The genes of
The corolla-anther factor pair in
Volume 58 Issue 3 December 1963 pp 413-428
Three leaf blade pigment patterns
The mode of inheritance of anthocyanin pigmentation in the leaf blade has been studied by making inter-crosses between the three pigmented types and between these pigmented and several green leaf blade types. A six factor hypothesis showing the role of each gene and its relationship with others is presented to explain this inheritance.
The 9:7 and 27:37 ratios of purple wash: green in crosses between CH.17 and green leaf blade varieties are due to the interaction of two and three complementary genes respectively.
The monogenic segregation obtained from the cross CH.17 × CH.17
The occurrence of purple wash leaf blade phenotype along with the faint purple wash and green leaf blade phenotypes in the
Some of the anomalous ratios like 3 green: 1 purple, 10 green: 1 purple and 8.3 green: 1 purple reported by previous workers have been explained on the basis of the six factor hypothesis.
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