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Marker-Based Inferences about the Genetic basis of Flowering time in Mimulus Guttatus
The genetic basis of flowering time in F, progeny derived from a cross of Mimulus guttatus was studied using seven unlinked isozyme markers. Each marker represented a specific chromosomal segment; its cosegregation with flowering time was used to characterize genes affecting flowering time. Three of the seven chromosomal segments were found to show significant, partially dominant effects on the expression of flowering time. These effects were relatively small, with segments marked by Me, 6Pgd2,doi:10.1111/j.1601-5223.1994.t01-1-00267.x fatcat:fiklrmaw3zhnxarfts66ntw5hq