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Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science
The inheritance of five allozymes was studied in anise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum) by analyzing the progeny of controlled crosses. The loci studied [Cat-1, Got-2, Pgm-2, Tpi-1, and Tpi-2] were scored by using starch gel electrophoresis. Segregation analyses of families polymorphic at each of these loci support the following hypotheses: Cat-1 is controlled by a single gene with codominant alleles; Got-2 is controlled by a single gene with codominant alleles coding for dimeric protein products; Pgm-2 is controlled by a single gene with codominant alleles coding for monomeric proteins; and Tpi-1 andTpi-2 are each controlled by a single gene with codominant alleles coding dimeric protein products. Distorted segregation ratios were observed in some families segregating for Got-2 and Pgm-2. No linkages were detected among any of the cosegregating loci.
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Fuentes Granados, Roger G.; Widrlechner, Mark P.; and Wilson, Lester A., "Allozyme Inheritance in Anise Hyssop [Agastache foeniculum (Pursh) Kuntze] (Lamiaceae)" (1998). Food Science and Human Nutrition Publications. 59.