Erucic‐acid heredity in rapeseed:(Brassica napus L. and Brassica campestris L.) View Full Text


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DATE

1977-10

AUTHORS

ROLAND JÖNSSON

ABSTRACT

The erucic-acid content in rape is controlled by multiple alleles and several homozygosity levels are found. Such levels between 5–10, 10–35 and with more than 35% erucic acid are controlled by alleles at one, one or two and two loci, respectively. The least effective allele, which can give less than 2% erucic acid, can be distinguished from the allele for absence of erucic acid because it gives more than 8% eicosenoic acid. The erucic-acid content in turnip rape is controlled by multiple alleles at one locus. The correlation between the contents of erucic and eicosenoic acid is positive at erucic-acid levels up to 25% but negative at higher levels. For erucic-acid contents up to 30% the alleles show additive effect concerning the erucic-acid content, while at higher concentrations partial dominance is common. Concerning the eicosenoic-acid content, partial dominance prevails for alleles which give a lower erucic-acid content and strong overdominance for alleles with more effective erucic-acid production. More... »

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159-170

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  • 1964-07. Genetic control of fatty acid biosynthesis in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) in JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS' SOCIETY
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    TITLE

    Hereditas

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    2

    VOLUME

    86

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