Table 4: Transmission of the monosomes in the progenies of cotton monosomics (Mo) under greenhouse conditions.

MoTotal no. of plantsNo. of studied plantsDisomics (26II)Monotelodisomics (25II+1t)Monosomics (25II+1I)Transmission (%)No. of progenies

Transmission of monosomes studied in outcrossed progenies

(Mo1)*6650116.671
(Mo2)6650116.671
Mo3292423014.173
Mo4452927026.92
(Mo10)7760114.292
Mo1152342401029.414
Mo132721180314.293
Mo15444241012.385
(Mo28)5540120.001
Mo56262624027.694
Mo631913110215.382
(Mo74)12760114.291

Transmission of monosomes studied in selfed progenies

Mo72919140526.322
Mo9483432025.883
Mo162218100844.443
Mo173331241619.359
Mo193831241619.354
(Mo27)9970222.222
Mo312525160936.005
Mo35242321028.703
Mo381717140317.652
Mo40333332013.032
Mo423025210416.002
(Mo48)111190218.193
Mo503726200623.073
Mo601614100428.573
Mo61411816115.563
Mo626124170729.174
Mo6631312001135.483
Mo67403532039.384
Mo691818130527.782
Mo701818150316.673
Mo712020130735.002
Mo722323160730.432
Mo732824180625.002
Mo753515110426.673
Mo763118140422.224
(Mo77)221060440.001
Mo793122160627.273
Mo804820170315.003
Mo81211290325.002
(Mo82)171170436.362
Mo843118100844.442
Mo85482625013.852
Mo894721170419.053

Families shown in parenthesis are too small to provide a very informative assessment.