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Quantitative studies on the mating system of jute (Corchorus capsularis L.)

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Nearly 35,000 individuals of C. capsularis were scored for selfing versus outcrossing in various populations. Different marker loci, such as anthocyanin pigmentation (C/c), serrated leaf (Sr/sr) and fasciated stem (Fs/fs), were used to determine the male gametes which had effected fertilization. The estimates of the outcrossing parameter, α were found to differ with years, locations and for the marker locus used in the estimation. The outcrossing for C/c was lowest, the outcrossing for Fs/fs was highest and that for Sr/sr was intermediate. The nature of outcrossing, in general, was nonrandom. Selfing predominated in this species.

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Basak, S.L., Paria, P. Quantitative studies on the mating system of jute (Corchorus capsularis L.). Theoret. Appl. Genetics 46, 347–351 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00281676

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Keywords

  • Mating System
  • Quantitative Study
  • Marker Locus
  • Male Gamete
  • Anthocyanin Pigmentation