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" Mendel to remark that frequently " one of the parental characters was so preponderant that it was difficult or quite impossible to detect the other in the hybrid. "
Ceylon Journal of Science: Botany - Page 351
1905
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Principles of Breeding: A Treatise on Thremmatology; Or, The Principles and ...

Eugene Davenport, Henry Lewis Rietz - Breeding - 1907 - 727 pages
...character over the recessive is so pronounced as to lead Mendel to remark that frequently " one of the parental characters was so preponderant that it was...impossible to detect the other in the hybrid." In each of the seven crosses of peas, he adds, " The hybrid character resembles that of one of the parent...
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