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Inheritance of graft compatibility in Douglas fir.Author(s): D.L. Copes
Source: Botanical Gazette. 134(1): 49-52
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionGraft compatibility of genetically related and unrelated rootstock-scion combinations was compared. Scion clones were 75% compatible when grafted on half-related rootstocks but only 56% compatible when grafted on unrelated rootstocks. Most variance associated with graft incompatibility in Douglas-fir appears to be caused by multiple genes.
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CitationCopes, D.L. 1973. Inheritance of graft compatibility in Douglas fir. Botanical Gazette. 134(1): 49-52
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