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Segregation in Asexual (Apomictic) Offspring in Rubus

Nature volume 143, page 684 (22 April 1939) | Download Citation

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THE diploid species of Rubus we have examined always reproduce sexually. In the polyploid forms and species, however, reproduction may be (1) entirely sexual, (2) entirely non-sexual, apomictic, or (3) partly sexual and partly non-sexual.

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  1. John Innes Horticultural Institution, Merton, London, S.W.19. March 28.

    • M. B. CRANE
    •  & P. T. THOMAS

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