Trigenic


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Tri`gen´ic


a.1.(Chem.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, an acid, C4H7N3O2, obtained, by the action of the vapor of cyanic acid on cold aldehyde, as a white crystalline substance having a slightly acid taste and faint smell; - called also ethidene-biuret or ethylidene-biuret.
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Three levels of epistasis among yield genes are considered: no epistasis, digenic epistasis, and trigenic epistasis.
The ratio of the plants in the two groups was 82:49, which fits the trigenic ratio of 42:22 (P = 0.
trigenic epistasis) (Mather and Jinks, 1971) or confounding of some epistatic effects within the measurement for additive effects (Cheverud and Routman, 1995).
trigenic and tetragenic models, and demonstrate the importance of cytoplasmic interaction in the inheritance of many traits in peanut.