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1-segregation A-factor a-plants Antirrhinum assumption bi-factorial segregation bta Btb Buxb calculated caused changing linkage values chromosomes classification co-operate coeff considered cotyledones cross 12 cross-over values crypto-dwarfs deviations different crosses discussion dominant double cross-over double recessives Drosophila dwarfed plants effect EsII expected fact factors segregating flower colour further gametic ratio genetical genotype germination percentage give given Gj X Bism Gj X Ww group of crosses Hammarlund heredity heterozygote heterozygous homozygotes Homozygous identity independent inheritance indicate the existence inherited independently internode length investigations kage Kappert last mentioned Le-factor linkage groups linked mono-factorial segregations morphological multiple factors number of individuals Number of plants Number of recessives occur parchmented phaenotypes pod-apex pod-parchment pods pollinated possible probable question racters rence scheme seed coat segre segregation figures segregation-figures shown standard error sugar peas tall Tedin tion true-breeding u-groups variations in linkage varieties viability weak linkage ween Wellensiek