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Table 2 List of phenotype classes and subclasses

From: A new mutant genetic resource for tomato crop improvement by TILLING technology

  Class Subclass No. of plants
1 Seed No germination 3,904
   Seedling lethality 1,674
2 Cotyledons Colour 264
   Number 82
   Morphology 17
   Size 2
   Other cotyledon development 3
3 Plant size Small plant 303
   Large plant 4
4 Plant habit Aborted growth 81
   Branching 109
   Internode length 16
   Other plant habit 174
5 Leaf morphology Leaf complexity 27
   Leaf size 98
   Leaf texture 16
   Leaf width 12
   Other leaf development 188
6 Leaf colour Dark green leaf 19
   Dull green/grey leaf 19
   Purple leaf 17
   Variegation 20
   White leaf 4
   Yellow leaf 28
   Yellow-green leaf 79
7 Flowering Late flowering 142
8 Inflorescence Inflorescence structure 28
9 Flower morphology Flower homeotic mutation 5
   Flower organ size 10
   Flower organ width 12
   Other flower morphology 4
10 Flower colour Pale yellow flower 13
   White flower 5
11 Fruit size Large fruit 212
   Small fruit 192
12 Fruit morphology Long fruit 43
   Other fruit morphology 2
   Rounded fruit 4
13 Fruit colour Dark red fruit 0
   Green fruit 0
   Orange fruit 0
   Yellow fruit 3
14 Fruit number Absent 1,073
   Few 1,393
   Many 64
15 Sterility Partial sterility 2,125
   Total sterility 576
16 Seed germination into fruit Seed germination into fruit 208
17 Disease and stress response Necrosis 48
   Wilting 80
   Other disease response 0
  1. Number of plants bearing a specific mutant phenotype. Since a single plant may also be recorded more than once, if it was scored for more than one phenotype, the numbers are not additive.
  2. The data reported in this table refer to the phase of M2 population development.