Wild Accessions and Mutant Resources
Lotus japonicus, Lotus burttii, and Lotus filicaulis are species of Lotus genus that are utilized for molecular genetic analysis such as the construction of a linkage map and QTL analysis. Among them, a number of mutants have been isolated from two wild accessions: L. japonicus Gifu B-129 and Miyakojima MG-20. Here, we show the wild accessions and a list of all mutants isolated so far.
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