Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


The article presents the results of an analysis of chromosome pairing and sporad in meiosis, as well as pollen fertility analysis in F1 hybrids, obtained by crossing with the participation of three species-G. hirsutum L. ( AD subgenom) and two A-genom spesies (G.arboreum L. and G.herbaceum L.)

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