NAUK Contributed paper sessions abstracts, Volume 2 (1978)
THE CHANGE IN FERTILIZATION SELECTIVITY DEPENDING QUANTITATIVE RATIO OF POLLEN MIXTURE COMPONENTS
Tatarintsev A. S.
I. V. Michurin Institute of Fruits and Vegetables, Michurinsk, USSR.

The facts are established confirming of Poljakov and Mikhailov finding in tobacco. Apple-trees, tomatoes, radishes, cabbages and peas were pollinated by a pollen mixture consisting of 2 components. Significant disproportion between percentage of definite component containing in pollen mixture and quantity of seedlings with characteristics, indicating their origin from fertilization by this component was often observed. In a number of cases while definite component dose was decreased in pollen mixture, the selectivity to this component increased significantly.