Research Notes : United States : The effect of the narrow-leaf gene in a segregating population

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1985-04-01
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Dinkins, R.
Edwards, L.
McNew, R.
Kunta, T.
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A single recessive gene designated Jn by Bernard and Weiss (1972) controls the inheritance of the lanceolate trifoliolate in soybean. They state that the narrow-leaf condition is associated with a high number of four-seeded pods, which they attributed to a pleiotropic effect of the Jn gene. No yield differences have been found between narrow and normal leaf types using isolines.

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