List of Gene Names and Symbols    (Information for Mutant types: SPON = spontaneous, CHEM = chemical, RAD = radiation)   |  

GeneAlleleLocus NameAllele NameSynonyms of AllelePhenotypeChromosomeArmMarker TypeMutant type
(K)--   Inhibits modifiers; permitting expression of tangerine gene; interacts with yellow fruit flesh gene.  Morph 
a--anthocyaninless a1Stems and leaves always lack anthocyanin.11LMorphSPON
aprov2anthocyaninlessprovisional 2aStems and leaves always lack anthocyanin.11LMorphCHEM
aprov3anthocyaninlessprovisional 3aStems and leaves always lack anthocyanin.11LMorphCHEM
aa--anthocyanin absent  Complete absence of anthocyanin in all parts2LMorphSPON
Abg--Aubergine  Fruit epidermis purple, particularly on shoulder and where exposed to direct light; also enhanced by wounding.10 MorphSPON
abi--aborted inflorescence  Inflorescences reduced to an abortive 2-3 mm structure.  MorphCHEM
ac--apocarpous  Highly deformed multicarpellate and apocarpous fruits  Morph 
Aco-11Aconitase-1   12SIsozymeSPON
Aco-12Aconitase-1   12SIsozymeSPON
Aco-13Aconitase-1   12SIsozymeSPON
Aco-22Aconitase-2   7LIsozymeSPON
acr--acroxantha acr1Smaller plant; short internodes; rugose, dull, light green leaves, turn yellow starting at tip.7LMorphRAD
acu-2--acumbens-2 acu2Short, rounded cotyledons; short, compacted leaves.  Morph 
ad--Alternaria alternata resistance  Resistance to Alternaria collar rot.  DiseaseSPON
Adh-11Alcohol dehydrogenase-1   4LIsozymeSPON
Adh-12Alcohol dehydrogenase-1   4LIsozymeSPON
Adh-1nAlcohol dehydrogenase-1   4LIsozymeCHEM
Adh-21Alcohol dehydrogenase-2   6LIsozymeSPON
adp--adpressa  Plant small and decumbent with short internodes and leaves.7 MorphRAD
adp-2--adpressa-2 adp2Prostrate plant habit; short internodes and leaves; rugose, bright green pinnae.  Morph 
adu--adusta adu1Small plants, proportionately reduced; progressive necrosis from older to younger leaves.  MorphRAD
adu-2--adusta-2 adu2Stems and leaves shortened, develop progressive necrosis; small, rounded, rugose pinnae  Morph 
adu-3--adusta-3 adu3Slightly smaller leaves, shiny above, develop progressive necrosis.  Morph 
ae--entirely anthocyaninless a332Completely free of anthocyanin.8LMorphRAD
ae2entirely anthocyaninless  Completely free of anthocyanin.8LMorphCHEM
aeafrentirely anthocyaninlessfragilisafr, apAnthocyanin absent; small, brittle, fragile plants; leaves wilt in daytime.8LMorphRAD
aeprov3entirely anthocyaninlessprovisional 3aeLacks anthocyanin in the seedling stem.8LMorphCHEM
aeg--aegrota  Brown necrotic layer spreads over leaves, which die prematurely.  MorphRAD
aeg-2--aegrota-2 aeg2Dainty leaves turn yellow and die early.  Morph 
aer--aerial roots  Adventitious roots on stem from soil level to considerable height above.  MorphSPON
aer-2--aerial roots-2  Abundance of root initials along the stems.  MorphSPON
af--anthocyanin free a325Completely free of anthocyanin; lacks glandular hairs.5SMorphRAD
afe--afertilis afe1Small plant; short internodes, leaves; dainty, yellowish, mostly keeled pinnae; poor fruit set; heterozygote intermediate.  MorphRAD
afl--albifolium afSeedling very slow; cotyledons white; leaves becoming normal except for gray flecks; later growth nearly normal.4SMorphSPON
afl-2--albifolium-2  Cotyledons whitish light green; pinnae with irregular yellow-white areas; green-white stripes on the stems and petioles; foliage of mature plant grey-green with whitish blotches; plants erect, 1/3 - 2/5 normal size. Slightly dominant, the heterozygote attaining 2/3 -3/4 normal size.  Morph 
Aft--Anthocyanin fruit AfAnthocyanin in green and ripe fruit; environmentally sensitive, absent when shaded.10 MorphSPON
ag--anthocyanin gainer  Anthocyanin absent except on cotyledons and lower sides of leaves; anthocyanin accumulation more intense under growth retarding conditions; under low temperature and low light intensity, foliage becomes yellowish, webs of corolla-like tissue appear between segments of the calyx, and fertility may be reduced.10LMorphSPON
ag(1k)anthocyanin gainerKnowlesag^3Anthocyanin absent except on cotyledons and lower sides of leaves. (Indistinguishable from ag).10LMorphRAD
ag(1s)anthocyanin gainerStubbe'sag^2Anthocyanin absent except on cotyledons and lower sides of leaves.10LMorphSPON
ag(2k)anthocyanin gainerKnowles 2ndag^4Anthocyanin absent except on cotyledons and lower sides of leaves.10LMorph 
ag2anthocyanin gainer  Completely free of anthocyanin.10LMorphSPON
agkanthocyanin gainerKosala's As for ag, purple pigment appears on cotyledons and lower sides of leaves when growth is slow.10LMorphSPON
agsanthocyanin gainerSolanum Typical ag phenotype.10LMorphSPON
ag-2--anthocyanin gainer-2  As for ag, purple pigment appears on cotyledons and lower sides of leaves when growth is slow.  MorphSPON
ags-2--aegrescens-2  Plant 1/3 normal size; reduced branching; leaves shortened; pinnae small, olive green, becoming necrotic at tips.  Morph 
ah--Hoffman's anthocyaninless ao, a337Completely free of anthocyanin9LMorphSPON
ahprov2Hoffman's anthocyaninlessprovisional 2ahCompletely free of anthocyanin9LMorphCHEM
ahprov3Hoffman's anthocyaninlessprovisional 3ahCompletely free of anthocyanin9LMorphCHEM
ahprov4Hoffman's anthocyaninlessprovisional 4ahCompletely free of anthocyanin9LMorphCHEM
ahprov5Hoffman's anthocyaninlessprovisional 5ahCompletely free of anthocyanin9LMorphCHEM
ahprov6Hoffman's anthocyaninlessprovisional 6ahCompletely free of anthocyanin9LMorphSPON
ai--incomplete anthocyanin a342Early seedling stem has trace of anthocyanin, soon lost.  MorphRAD
ai2incomplete anthocyanin am, a340Early seedling stem has trace of anthocyanin, soon lost. (Typical green stem mutant.)  MorphRAD
al--anthocyanin loser a2Anthocyanin pigmentation of medium intensity appears for ten to twenty days after seedling emergence, thereafter disappearing except for islands near the leaf nodes; within three days after this process begins, the stem becomes entirely green and remains so for the rest of the life of the plant..8LMorphSPON
alpu-2anthocyanin loserpulvinata-2pu-2Semispherical bush, anthocyaninless; short internodes.8LMorphRAD
al-2--anthocyanin loser-2  No anthocyanin in cotyledons and primary leaves; little anthocyanin in hypocotyl; internodes and leaves shorted; pinnae and interpinnae modified.  Morph 
ala--albina ala1, alb1White or cream-colored cotyledons.  Morph 
ala-2--albina-2 alb2, ala2White or cream-colored cotyledons.  Morph 
ala-3--albina-3 ala3, alb3White or cream-colored cotyledons.  Morph 
ala-4--albina-4 ala4, alb4White or cream-colored cotyledons; lethal.  MorphRAD
alb--albescent  White variegation promoted by low temperatures.12SMorphSPON
albprov2albescentprovisional 2albSame as alb.12SMorphCHEM
alc--alcobaca  Greatly delayed fruit ripening processes.10SMorphSPON
alu--alutacea alu1Small plant, yellowish foliage.  MorphRAD
alv--alvoviridis alb, alb1Whitish green cotyledons, pinnae; strong anthocyanin in stems, veins.  Morph 
Am--Alfalfa mosaic  Resistance to alfalfa mosaic virus6SMorphSPON
ama--albomarginata  Shorter internodes; leaves small and spotted with yellow-green or yellow; flowers small and petals narrow with white edges.  Morph 
an--anantha an^1, an^2, caInflorescence exceptionally large and excessively branched; no flowers appear, instead the axes of the inflorescences ramify into smaller and smaller segments, continuing such growth throughout the season; flowers reduced to small vestigial structures; heterozygotes are somewhat intermediate.  MorphRAD
an-2--anantha-2  Inflorescence highly branched, terminates in very compact ovary-like masses of tissue; aborted flowers.  Morph 
an-3--anantha-3  Leaves small, light green; inflorescence indefinitely ramifying, no normal flowers, resembling cauliflower; completely sterile.  Morph 
ana--angustata ana1Shortened leaves, stems; pinnae small, narrow, pointed; smaller flowers, narrow petals.  Morph 
ang-2--angustifolia-2 ang2Smaller, compact, slow-growing plant; narrow, light-green pinnae.  Morph 
anr--antirrhinum  Fruit elongated with hollow tip from which epiglotis extends resembling a snapdragon flower.6SMorph 
ant--aurantia ant1Short thick stems; many short side shoots; narrow, rugose, light green pinnae; light orange fruit; colorless pericarp.  Morph 
anu--angusta anu1Dark gray-green pinnae narrowed to 1/3 normal width; short leaves.  Morph 
ap--apetalous  Corolla reduced or absent; pollen scarce and nonfunctional11 MorphSPON
apl--applanata  Broad, spreading habit; long, laxly pinnate leaves; heterozygote intermediate.  MorphRAD
apn--albo-punctata  Fine white speckling uniformly on cotelydons; mature leaves small, wilty; tiny flowers.11SMorphCHEM
Aps-11Acid phosphatase-1   6LIsozymeSPON
Aps-12Acid phosphatase-1   6LIsozymeSPON
Aps-1nAcid phosphatase-1   6LIsozymeSPON
Aps-21Acid phosphatase-2   8LIsozymeSPON
Aps-22Acid phosphatase-2   8LIsozymeSPON
Aps-23Acid phosphatase-2   8LIsozymeSPON
Aps-2nAcid phosphatase-2   8LIsozymeSPON
ar--arrecta  Small, compact plants; leaves yellow-green, virescent.  Morph 
are--anthocyanin reduced  Almost no anthocyanin until fruits set, then moderate amount in young foliage.2LMorphCHEM
ari--aridifolia  Plants 1/3 normal size; cotyledons small, pointed, dull dark grey-green; die prematurely.  Morph 
as--asynaptic as1, aAsynaptic meiosis; high pollen and ovule sterility.  Morph 
as-2--asynaptic-2 as2, a-2Asynaptic meiosis; high pollen and ovule sterility.  Morph 
as-3--asynaptic-3 as3, a-3Asynaptic meiosis; high pollen and ovule sterility.  Morph 
as-4--asynaptic-4 as4, a-4Asynaptic meiosis; high pollen and ovule sterility.  Morph 
as-5--asynaptic-5 as5, a-5asynaptic meiosis; high pollen and ovule sterility.  Morph 
as-6--asynaptic-6 as6, a-6Delayed and asynaptic meiosis; chromatin degeneration; possibly two loci involved.  Morph 
as-7--asynaptic-7 as^bDesynaptic meiosis, reduced pollen fertility.  Morph 
Asc--Alternaria stem canker resistance  Resistance to Alternaria stem canker3LDiseaseSPON
at--apricot  Flesh of ripe fruit yellow with pinkish blush; carotenoid content similar to r/r.; corolla pale yellow, nearly white.5 MorphSPON
atn--attenuata atNarrow, pointed leaves, yellow-green, purple below; rigid cylindrical habit; thin shoots.  MorphRAD
atv--atroviolacium  Excess anthocyanin on leaves, stems, and fruits.7 MorphSPON
au--aurea  Bright yellow cotyledons and leaves; seedling etiolates; plant vigorous.1SMorphRAD
au(1k)aureaKnowles  1SMorph 
au(1s)aureaStubbe'sau^2, au, bracBright yellow cotyledons and leaves; some times whitish; corolla pale yellow; moderately vigorous in condine red; seedling etiolates; plant vigorous.1SMorphRAD
au(2k)aureaKnowles second  1SMorph 
au2aurea au^3Elongated hypocotyl; yellowish foliage; smaller, slow-growing plant, dying prematurely.1SMorph 
au3aurea au-2, au2Elongated hypocotyl; yellowish foliage; smaller, slow-growing plant, dying prematurely.1SMorph 
au6aurea yg^6, yg-6, au^yg-6, yoBright yellow foliage, often whitish; pale yellow corolla and stigma. Very weak.1SMorphSPON
autlaureaTorrey Lyons' Bright yellow foliage, often whitish; pale yellow corolla and stigma. Very weak.1SMorphSPON
auwaurea w616Bright yellow foliage, often whitish; pale yellow corolla and stigma. Very weak.1SMorphCHEM
auc--aucta  Few branches; leaves broad, rounded, later becoming blistered, dark green; number of flowers and fruits reduced.  Morph 
aur--aurantiaca aur1Small, pointed, yellowish light-green pinnae; orange fruit.  Morph 
aus--austera  Plants always 1/3 to 2/3 normal size; pinnae finely divided, in some cases bent upwards; foliage darker and duller than normal.  MorphRAD
aut--aureata  Vireescent, flush of gold near growing point in early development, not detectable in older plants.3LMorphSPON
auv--aureate virescent  Seedling 'gold dust' virescence; leaf segments pointed, sometimes fimbriate. Mature plant nearly normal.10LMorphCHEM
avi--albovirens avi1Smaller plant; foliage variously variegated yellow, white, grey-green; reduced fruit set.  MorphRAD
aw--without anthocyanin aba, ab, a179Free of anthocyanin, same phenotype as a.2LMorphSPON
aw(1k)without anthocyanin aw^2Completely free of anthocynanin. Radiation induced in Money Maker.2LMorph 
awprov3without anthocyaninprovisional 3awFree of anthocyanin, same phenotype as a.2LMorphCHEM
awprov4without anthocyaninprovisional 4awFree of anthocyanin, same phenotype as a.2LMorphCHEM
awprov5without anthocyaninprovisional 5awFree of anthocyanin, same phenotype as a.2LMorphCHEM
aw-2--without anthocyanin-2  No anthocyanin at any stages; reduced growth rate, dense bushy habit.  Morph 
B--Beta-carotene  Flesh of ripe fruit orange, due to high B-carotene, low lycopene concentrations.6LMorphSPON
BcBeta-carotenecrimsonog^c,Crn,Cr,crn-2,cr-2Increased fruit lycopene content; phenotype similar to B^og.6LMorphSPON
BmBeta-caroteneminutum High B-carotene, low lycopene in ripe fruit. .6LMorph 
BogBeta-caroteneold goldogCorolla tawny orange; increased fruit lycopene.6LMorphSPON
bc--bicolor biYoung leaves mottled brownish olive normal, later glazed dark green; short internodes; heterozygote intermediate for some characters.  MorphRAD
Bco--Brilliant corolla  Corolla pigment intensifier.7SMorphSPON
be--blue-green  Small plant with blue-green leaves.  MorphRAD
bg--bursting resistance  Resistance of fruit to bursting.  Morph 
bi--bifurcate inflorescence  With f and j causes extreme fasciation of the "ring type".11LMorphSPON
bip--bipinnata  Leaves highly divided, with smaller, acute segments.2LMorphRAD
bipprov2bipinnataprovisional 2bipLeaves highly divided, with smaller, acute segments.2LMorphCHEM
bip-2--bipinnata-2 bip2Slender, pointed, light gray-green cotyledons; doubly pinnate, rugose leaves.  Morph 
bk--beaked  Fruits with sharp points at stylar end.2LMorphSPON
bk2beaked  Fruits with sharp points at stylar end.2LMorphSPON
bk3beaked  Fruits with sharp points at stylar end.2LMorphSPON
Bk-2--Beaked-2  Sharp point at stylar end of fruit  MorphSPON
bks--black seed bks1-1Black seed testa, reduced germination.11 MorphRAD
bks2black seed bks1-2Black seed testa, reduced germination.11 MorphRAD
bl--blind  Growth of axis terminates in single flower or inflorescence as if an extremem expression of sp (self-pruning); no buds in axils of leaves or cotyledons; late season adventitious shoots may emerge from the midribs; expression stronger in field than greenhouse.11LMorphSPON
bl2blind to^2Determinant growth; few flowered inflorescences; fasciated flowers; enlarged, leafy calxy; less extreme than bl.11LMorphRAD
bltoblindtorosatoDeterminate habit; firm, strongly uprolled pinnae; fasciated flowers and fruits; expression stronger in field.11LMorphRAD
bls--baby lea syndrome almAnthocyaninless; restricted root system; short internodes, leaves, and trusses3LMorphSPON
blsprov2baby lea syndromeprovisional 2blsAnthocyaninless; restricted root system; short internodes, leaves, and trusses3LMorphCHEM
blsprov3baby lea syndromeprovisional 3blsAnthocyaninless; restricted root system; short internodes, leaves, and trusses3LMorphCHEM
bn--blunt  Stamens absent, rarely present, with functional pollen, in greenhouse. Usually petaloid stamens adnate to pistil; leaf segments obtuse  MorphSPON
bnstsbluntStamen suppressorsts, sl-6Stamens absent, rarely present, with functional pollen, in greenhouse; fewer blunt leaflets; with sp:+ 6-10 leafs between inflorescences.  Morph 
Bnag-11Beta-N-acetyl-D-glucosaminidase-1   1LIsozymeSPON
br--brachytic  Internodes shortened, resulting in low stature and compact growth habit; by the third-leaf stage, br plants are only half as tall as +; differs from dwarf (d) in having normal-colored, nonrugose foliage, and normal instead of sessile and compact leaf segments.1SMorphSPON
brt--bushy root  Radical branches early; radical and root profusely branched; root tips twisting upwards, not dense growth.12 MorphCHEM
brt-2--bushy root-2  severely stunted growth (1/20) dense bushy growth of twisted roots.4LMorphSPON
bs--brown seed  Brown seed color behaving as endosperm trait.1SMorphCHEM
bs-2--brown seed-2  Brown seed color governed by genotype of endosperm.7LMorphSPON
bs-3--brown seed-3  Brown seed color determined by genotype of endosperm.  Morph 
bs-4--brown seed-4  Brown seed color controlled by genotype of endosperm.  MorphRAD
Bt--bursting digenic inheritance bgSusceptibility to fruit bursting.  Morph 
btl--brittle stem  Growth ceases with first flowering; stems brittle, with progressive defoliation; temperature-sensitive and expressed only under field conditions; B inefficient.  MorphSPON
bu--bushy fruHypocotyl normal, but cotyledons cuneate and held close to the plumule; first three internodes very short, resulting in dwarfing of the seedling to half height of normal; in later stages, internodes shortened, with excessive production of side branches, giving a bushy appearance; all parts of inflorescence foreshortened; abscission joint of pedicel imperfect and shifted towards calyx.8LMorphRAD
buabbushyabbreviatafru^abInternodes and inflorescences shortened; long petioles.8LMorphRAD
bucinbushycompact inflorescencecinInternodes and inflorescences shortened; long petioles.8LMorphSPON
bucin-2bushycompact inflorescence 2cin-2Internodes and inflorescences shortened; long petioles. Duplicate genes determining character similar to bu.8LMorphSPON
buhembushyhemiglobosafru^hemInternodes and inflorescences shortened; long petioles. Phenotype like bu except leaves longer, more lax; heterozygote intermediate in some traits.8LMorphRAD
bul--bullata  Leaf surface blistered and chlorotic with a network of darker veins; short internodes.  MorphRAD
buo--bullosa buo1Plants and seedlings larger in all parts; broad and rugose pinnae.  MorphRAD
Bw-1--Bacterial wilt-1   6LDisease 
Bw-2--Bacterial wilt-2   7LDisease 
Bw-4--Bacterial wilt-4   4 Disease 
Bw-5--Bacterial wilt-5   6LDisease 
c--potato leaf  Number of leaf segments reduced6LMorphSPON
cintpotato leafintegerrimaintNumber of leaf segments reduced6LMorphRAD
cprov2potato leafprovisional 2cNumber of leaf segments reduced6LMorphCHEM
cprov3potato leafprovisional 3cNumber of leaf segments reduced6LMorphCHEM
cprov4potato leafprovisional 4cNumber of leaf segments reduced6LMorphCHEM
cprov5potato leafprovisional 5cNumber of leaf segments reduced6LMorphCHEM
cprov6potato leafprovisional 6cNumber of leaf segments reduced6LMorphCHEM
car--carinata  Shortened, keeled pinnae, dark gray-green color; deformed flowers; elongated fruit.  MorphRAD
car-2--carinata-2 car2Smaller plant; slender stems; smaller pinnae, nearly entire margin.  MorphRAD
cb--cabbage  Compact habit; leaves large and dark green; flowers inconspicuous; corolla segments narrow; pollen and ovules partially sterile due to irregular meiosis; fruit with fewer locules.1 Morph 
cb-2--cabbage leaf-2  Larger plant parts; leaves epinastic and blistered; broad, rugose leaves, similar to dwarf.  MorphRAD
ccf--cactiflora  Flower greatly fasciated; and roecium gynoecium and green tissues fused and distorted, enlarging into fruitlike structure; complete male and female sterility.   CHEM
cd--condensata  Seedling small; internodes shortened; leaf light grey-green with narrow, keeled segments; fruit round and relatively large.  Morph 
ce--cernua ce1Cotyledons lightly dotted in whitish yellow-green; lax, inclined plant.  Morph 
Cf-?--Cladosporium fulvum resistance  Resistance to specific races of Cladosporium fulvum1LDiseaseSPON
Cf-1--Cladosporium fulvum resistance-1 Cf, Cf1, CfscResistance to race 1 and 3 of Cladosporium fulvum.1SDiseaseSPON
Cf-13Cladosporium fulvum resistance-1 Cf-5, Cf5Resistance to specific races of Cladosporium fulvum.1SDiseaseSPON
Cf-2--Cladosporium fulvum resistance-2 Cf2, Cfp1Resistance to races of Cladosporium fulvum.6SDiseaseSPON
Cf-3--Cladosporium fulvum resistance-3 Cf3, Cfp2Resistance to specific races of Cladosporium fulvum11SDiseaseSPON
Cf-4--Cladosporium fulvum resistance-4 Cf-8, Cf4, Cf-1^2Resistance to specific races of Cladosporium fulvum.1SDiseaseSPON
Cf-6--Cladosporium fulvum resistance-6  Resistance to specific races of Cladosporium fulvum.  DiseaseSPON
Cf-7--Cladosporium fulvum resistance-7  Resistance to specific races of Cladosporium fulvum.  DiseaseSPON
Cf-9--Cladosporium fulvum resistance-9  Resistance to specific races of Cladosporium fulvum.1SDiseaseSPON
cfa--conferta cfa1Very small, compact bush; strongly shortened internodes, young leaves.  Morph 
cg--congesta cg1Small, dense bush; late growth retardation; short internodes; pointed primary leaves.  MorphRAD
ch--chartreuse  Greenish-yellow subnormal petals; reduced fertility.8LMorphSPON
chln--chloronerva  Upper leaves smaller and chlorotic interveinally; strong graft response.1LMorph 
chrs--chrysanthemum sterile  Flowers fascicled 6cm across; many small pale yellow petals; stamens dialytic and without pollen; fruits deformed, orange-red fruits with brown sectors; poor fertility.  MorphRAD
ci--cincta ci1Small, irregular bush; many side shoots of equal length from lower leaf axils.  MorphRAD
cir--circumsaepta cir1Rounded, light gray-green pinnae, downrolled margin.  Morph 
cit--citriformis  In pm stock; Plant reaches 1/3 - 2/5 typical size; half erect, weakly branched; foliage color grey-green; terminal segment of primary leaves long and narrow; older leaves serrated; lemon shaped fruit with conspicuous stylar scar.  MorphRAD
cjf--conjunctiflora  Flowers joined in pairs or triplets, otherwise malformed.1 MorphSPON
ck--corky fruit  Pericarp cracked, exposed tissues becoming brown and leathery.  MorphSPON
Cl--Cleistogamous Cl1Flowers fail to open.  Morph 
cl-2--cleistogamous-2 cl2Flowers open only slightly; reduced fertility.6LMorphSPON
cla--clara  Yellowish-green leaf color, purple veins and petioles; incompletely dominant.  MorphRAD
clau--clausa ff, vcPartly cleistogamous; leaves rugose, excessively divided; leaf lamina foreshortened, long petioled, flattened fruits.4SMorphRAD
clauffclausa  Partly cleistogamous; leaves rugose, excessively divided; leaf lamina foreshortened, long petioled, flattened fruits.4SMorphSPON
clauicsclausaincisifoliaicsPinnae margins deeply incised, dentations acute.4SMorphSPON
clauprov2clausaprovisional 2clauPartly cleistogamous; leaves rugose, excessively divided; leaf lamina foreshortened, long petioled, flattened fruits.4SMorphSPON
clauvcclausaveined cotyledon Partly cleistogamous; leaves rugose, excessively divided; leaf lamina foreshortened, long petioled, flattened fruits. Original description: cotyledons distinctively veined, leaflets slightly convex and twisted, shallow lobes; growth normal, fertility reduced.4SMorphSPON
cle--collecta  Reduced growth rate; internodes shortened; small compact bush habit; leaf segments large, rounded, foliolules fewer.  Morph 
cls--clarescens  Foliage light yellow green early, becoming whitish green and blistered later, brilliant yellow green virescent; plants 1/4 typical size; growth very weak in field, setting fruits only in greenhouse.  MorphRAD
clt--coalita  Size and habit typically spl; primary leaves with entire end segments and only tiny laterals; mature leaves typically 5-segmented through fusion with end segment; segments always entire; resembles but is not allelic to sf.  MorphRAD
clt-2--coalita-2  Terminal pinnae large, second order pinnae few and masked by 1st order pinnae, little serration.  Morph 
cm--curly mottled  Strong virus-like mottling and distortion of leaves and abortion of flowers. Highly sensitive to environment, particularly temperature; highest expression and nearly complete sterility under low light, cool conditions of winter, whereas phenotype essentially normal in mid-summer.4SMorphSPON
cma--commutata  dwarf with bright green foliage  MorphRAD
Cmm--Clavibacter michiganensis resistance  Resistance to Clavibacter michiganensis.4LDiseaseSPON
Cmr--Cucumber mosaic resistance  Resistance to isolate 113A of cucumber mosaic virus, from L. chilense.12SDiseaseSPON
cn--cana caCotelydons and leaves gray-green especially on undersides; tiny and unbranched plants.3SMorphRAD
cna--citrina  Foliage weak grey-green; petals light yellow; anthers greenish yellow.  Morph 
Cnr--Colorless nonripening  Fruit exhibit greatly reduced ethylene production, inhibited softening, yellow skin, and nonpigmented pericarp due to the absence of carotenoid pigments in the pericarp tissue. The mutant phenotype is not reversed by exposure to exogenous ethylene.2LMorphSPON
co--cochlearis  Reduced gray-green leaves with concave spoon-shaped leaflets; small plants of normal habit.1LMorphRAD
co-2--cochlearis-2 co2Small leaves; deeply crenate, initially gray-green pinnae.  Morph 
coa--corrotundata coa1Plant small; pinnae fewer, broad, rounded, darker; flower parts short and broad.6LMorphRAD
com--complicata  Smaller, weakly branched erect plant; firm and keeled pinnae.1 MorphRAD
comincomplicataindigainSmall, dainty, nearly unbranched plants; shortened light gray-green leaves.1 MorphRAD
com-2--complicata-2 com2Very small plant; short leaves, internodes; few side shoots; purplish shoot tips.  Morph 
con--convalescens  Yellow-green, paler at growing point; variably depressed growth.3 MorphRAD
con-2--convalescens-2 con2Narrow cotyledons, dull light gray-green foliage, weakly yellow-green in growth zones.  Morph 
cor--coriacea  Smaller, unbranched plant; all parts reduced; short leaves with plicate segments.  MorphRAD
cp--compacta cp1Short leaves, smaller, dark green pinnae.  Morph 
cpa--composita cpa1Large, strongly branched, leafy inflorescence; jointless pedicel.  MorphRAD
cpf--cupuliformis  Cotyledons fused, cup-shaped, becoming coarse and enlarged later; transition to mature leaves without primary leaves; plants die at 3-4 leaf stage; line maintained via heterozygotes.  Morph 
cpf-2--cupuliformis-2  Phenotype similar to cpf.  Morph 
cpf-3--cupuliformis-3  Cotyledons adnate to form a cup; no primary leaves develop; maintained via heterozygotes.  Morph 
cps--compactilis  Plant smaller at all stages; leaves somewhat wider, lightly blistered and darker green.  Morph 
cpt--compact  Highly branched, compact plant; lax stems; pale, smaller leaves; reduced fruit set.8LMorphSPON
cr--radial crack resistance  Resistance of fruit to radial cracking.  Morph 
Cri--Crispa  Very small in all parts; poorly viable without grafting; leaves light olive green, necrotic. Cri/+ necrotic spots on pinnae centers.7 MorphRAD
Crk--Crinkled  Leaves like those of Cu but less condensed and segments dentate; homozygote lethal.9 MorphSPON
crt--cottony-root  Overgrown root hairs with cottony appearance  MorphSPON
cru--corrupta cru1Smaller plant, irregular, sometimes distorted growth; spreading necrosis; firm, leathery, involuted brittle pinnae.  Morph 
cry1--cryptochrome 1  Hypocotls and stems are elongated, and anthocyanins reduced; seedlings are de-etiolated under blue light; phenotype more extreme in combination with phyA and phyB1.  MorphRAD
cs-2--corollaless-2  Apetalous; dialytic anthers; exserted stigma; self fertile, rarely sets fruits naturally.  Morph 
cta--contaminata cta1Smaller, flat, broad bush; many side shoots; at end of season stems and leaf midribs turn necrotic and brittle; also reduced fertility.  MorphRAD
cta-2--contaminata-2 cta2Leaves 1/4 normal size; stems with corky surface, variable necrosis of vascular tissue.  Morph 
ctb--cotyledon tops bifurcation  Bifurcation of cotyledon tops by a central vein.  MorphSPON
ctr--citrate concentration  Low citric acid in fruit (cv. Tondo Liscio) vs. high concentration, ctr (PI 263713 = L. esculentum).  Morph 
ctr1citrate concentration     MorphSPON
ctt--contracta  All shoots somewhat shortened, resulting in round bush habit; pinnae weakly serrated, plicate, and flattened; foliage somewhat lighter, and growing points are somewhat darker.  MorphRAD
ctt-2--contracta-2  Plant half normal size at flowering; internodes shortened; leaves are narrow, pointed and blistered.  Morph 
Cu--Curl  Mid- and lateral veins and petiole greatly foreshortened producing crumpled leaf; homozygous viable.2LMorphSPON
cu-2--curl-2 cu2Small, downcurled leaves; resembling Cu.  MorphRAD
cu-3--curl-3  Dwarf, short and thick hypocotyls, curled cotyledons, and dense curly leaves; reduced fertility.  MorphSPON
cu-3abscurl-3altered brassinolide sens. Similar to cu-3, no restoration by brassinolide application  Morph 
cua--curta  Seedling and mature plant smaller, round bush habit; internodes and leaves shortened; leaves rounded and wider.  Morph 
cul--culcitula  Seedlings dark green with strong anthocyanin, later foliage dark grey-green; plants reach 1/3 to 2/5 typical size; internodes very short, habit cushion-like.  MorphRAD
cup--cupida cusExtremely susceptible to drought damage at all stages; leaves small, yellowish, wilting, and eventually necrotic.  Morph 
cur--curvifolia  Leaves twisted, yellow-green; short internodes.  MorphRAD
cv--curvata cuYoung stem curves from node to node; dark rugose leaves; dwarf compact habit; heterozygote intermediate for some traits.  MorphRAD
cv2curvata acuSmall plant; leaves, pinnae briefly stalked; leaf surface furrowed; older leaves strongly bent downward.  MorphRAD
cv-2--curvata-2 cv2Twisted cotyledons; short, rounded leaves; rugose, yellow-green pinnae.  Morph 
cva--conversa  Small, dense plant; variable fading of foliage.  MorphRAD
cva-2--conversa-2 cva2Small, compact plant, leaves, pinnae.  Morph 
cvl--convoluta cvl1Small, dense plant; short internodes; pinnae of oldest leaves involuted.  MorphRAD
Cvx--Convexa  Seedling and mature plant with narrow convex leaves, deeply veined and tending to roll downward on margins.  MorphSPON
cy--cyathiformis  Cotyledons united at one or both edges; lateral shoots suppressed; pinnae margins nearly entire.  MorphRAD
d--dwarf  Shortened hypocotyl, darker, broader and shorter cotyledons; stems heavy and erect; plant compact, internodes shortened to about 2.5cm; leaves very distinct, with reduced number and size of segments; dark green color, puckered rugose surface, down-curled magins, and broader, shorter outline of whole as well as individual segments; similar reduction in size and foreshortening of inflorescence, flowers and fruit.2LMorphSPON
d+dwarf  Wild-type allele of dwarf.2LMorphSPON
dbdwarfbroccoli Extreme dwarf; more stunted than d^x; leaves reduced to small, dark green globs of curled, rugose tissue; flowers reduced, with tiny corolla segments.2LMorphSPON
dcrdwarfcrispatarob^crispAllele of phenotype intermediate between d and d^x.2LMorphRAD
dimdwarf rob^immAll parts foreshortened; leaves dark and rugose.2LMorphRAD
dprov2dwarfprovisional 2dAll parts foreshortened; leaves dark and rugose.2LMorphCHEM
dprovcr-2dwarfcrispatad^crAll parts foreshortened; leaves dark and rugose.2LMorphCHEM
dprovcr-3dwarfcrispatad^crAll parts foreshortened; leaves dark and rugose.2LMorphCHEM
dprovx-2dwarfextreme-2d^xAll parts foreshortened; leaves dark and rugose.2LMorphSPON
dxdwarfextreme Resembles dwarf (d) but more extreme in all respects; growth is very slow; all parts of plant reduced in size and most organs modified in the direction of shorter and broader shape; leaves very dark green, the surface coarsely bullate and midrid twisted; plants are moderately fertile; recessive to d and to +.2LMorphSPON
d-2--dwarf-2 rob2, rob II, d2Shortened internodes and leaves; thick, rugose, bluish gray-green leaves; not allelic with the mimic,d1.6LMorphRAD
d-3--dwarf-3 d3Smaller, sturdy, erect plant; all parts foreshortened; rugose and dark-green leaves.  Morph 
d-4--dwarf-4 d4Mildly dwarf type; broad, shortened, crowded, darker pinnae; darker flower color.  Morph 
d-5--dwarf-5 d5, d2, M-5Slow growing plant with normal stem and leaf proportions; semi-sterile; classification good when three weeks old.  Morph 
d-6--dwarf-6 d6, d5Compact and small plant; rugose, and keeled pinnae, upper surface shiny dark green.  Morph 
d-7--dwarf-7  Plants reduced to 10-12 inches tall; short internodes; leaves highly divided with strong anthocyanin.  Morph 
d-8--dwarf-8  Plants reduced to 6-8 inches tall, short internodes; normal flowers but no fruit set in field.  Morph 
dc--decomposita dc1Slender, strongly sinuous and crenate pinnae; more secondary pinnae; micromutation.  MorphRAD
dd--double dwarf d^xxExtremely retarded and highly modified dwarf.  MorphSPON
de--declinata  Great reduction in size of all parts; leaves dark yellow-green, leaflets roll toward underside.  MorphRAD
deb--debilis  Leaves emerge yellowish; necrotic mottling, whitish, and later brown, often constricting leaves in middle.7LMorphRAD
dec--decumbens  Lax and decumbent habit; early fruiting.  MorphRAD
dec-2--decumbens-2 dec2After start of blooming plant becomes decumbent.  Morph 
def--deformis  Seedlings normal, later leaves becoming progressively reduced, filiform, and with adnate segments; deformed flowers and reduced fertility.6LMorphRAD
def2deformis vitLeaves become progressively more deformed with twisted filiform leaflets.6LMorphRAD
def-2--deformis  Like def; leaves deformed after flowering.  MorphRAD
Del--Delta  Reddish-orange mature fruit color, due to inhibition of lycopene, and increase of delta-carotene.12SMorphSPON
deli--deliquescens  Early habit dense later loosely parting; shortened yellowish leaves with narrow acute segments.8 MorphRAD
deli-2--deliquescens-2 deli2Smaller compact bush; short internodes and leaves; all foliage is light yellow-green.  Morph 
den--densa  Typical spl seedlings; plant 3/4 normal size; stems and petioles strong; internodes somewhat shortened; leaf segments large and coarse; foliolules blistered; foliage color somewhat lighter.  Morph 
dep--deprimata  Slightly depressed growth; dainty, darker leaves.  MorphRAD
depa--depauperata  Very small plants with short internodes; leaflets bowed, color variable, and mostly yellowish.8LMorphRAD
det--detrimentosa  Small, weakly branched and lax plant; yellowish foliage.  MorphRAD
det2detrimentosa  Small, plant; dainty, pale yellow-green leaves; slender pinnae; less discoloration and premature dying than det.  MorphRAD
det-2--detrimentosa-2  Plants reach 1/4-1/3 normal size; cotelydons narrow and tapered; leaves are shortened, segments small, keeled, margins serrated, and dull dark grey-green.  Morph 
Df--Defoliator  Homozygous seedlings retarded in growth, dark green, and die early; heterozygous are viable, but leaves become necrotic and fall prematurely.  MorphSPON
dfd--delayed fruit deterioration  Fruit softening greatly reduced; shelf life up to seven months; resistant to postharvest disease  MorphSPON
dgt--diageotropica lz-3Plant habit prostrate due to reduced gravitropic response; growth retarded; stems and leaves droopy; cotelydons concave. Roots grow horizontally rather than downwards.1LMorphSPON
dgtdpdiageotropicadrooping leafdpLeaves drooping, elongate, dark green; stems weak, slender, and prostrate.1LMorphRAD
Dia-21Diaphorase-2   1LIsozymeSPON
Dia-22Diaphorase-2   1LIsozymeSPON
Dia-31Diaphorase-3   9SIsozymeSPON
Dia-32Diaphorase-3   9SIsozymeSPON
Dia-41Diaphorase-4   12LIsozymeSPON
dil--diluta  Leaves dull light green, small, and roughened; plants half normal size.2LMorphRAD
dil-2--diluta-2 dil2Light colored, denser plant; short leaves, smaller pinnae.  Morph 
dim--diminuta  Somewhat smaller plants and leaves, shortened internodes; older leaves gray green with violet veins.  MorphRAD
dim-2--diminuta-2 dim2Very small plant, leaves, pinnae; much anthocyanin in hypocotyl, growth zones.  MorphRAD
dis--discolor  Leaf color light green with virescent growing regions, also with darker veins.3 MorphRAD
dis-2--discolor-2 dis2Cotyledons first yellow-green, then whitish light-green; small compact plant.  Morph 
div--divaricata  Small squarrose plant with intercostally yellowish leaves and ventrally purple.3LMorphRAD
dl--dialytic  Large trichomes partially suppressed and distorted; stamens not united, resulting in partially reduced fruit set from self pollination; seedlings can be distinguished in the 2- or 3-leaf stage by the shortening, bending and forking of the long and intermediate hairs.8LMorphSPON
dlSdialyticSolanumDl^sAnthers free, but trichome modifications of original dl absent. Expression is dominant to wild type.8LMorphSPON
dlb--dilabens dlb1Small, compact plant with shortened yellowish leaves.  MorphRAD
dlu--dilucida  Plants reach 1/8-1/6 normal size, dwarf bush habit; foliage bright light green, light yellow-green virescent; petioles, stems, veins light violet; very low fruit set.  Morph 
dm--dwarf modifier d2Causes extreme dwarfing.  MorphSPON
dmd--dimidiata  Hypocotyl is strong; cotelydons are almost oval and arched downwards; internodes short and result in is small plants; leaf segments broad, coarse, and flat with 1 - 2 pairs of laterals grey-green; few foliolules develop later; corolla segments broad and flat; fruits few and seedless; maintained via heterozygotes.  MorphRAD
dmt--diminutiva  Shortened plant height and length of stem internodes, leaves, and pinnae.4LMorphCHEM
dpa--deparca  Small seedling and mature plant; little branching; leaf lighter at base, smaller, dark green; strong anthocyanin.  Morph 
dpi--densipinnata  Plant 1/2-3/4 normal size; small bush habit; cotyledons narrow with tapered tip; leaves dull grey-green; leaf segments large, crowded and fewer foliolules.  Morph 
dpr--depravata  Cotelydons and primary leaves strongly curled; internodes and leaves shortened; young leaves very asymmetrical, later deformed with long petiole.  Morph 
dps--diospyros  Fruit tissue is dusky orange.  MorphSPON
dpy--dumpy  Leaves like those of d:x but internodes longer; Leaves greatly condensed, rugose, dark green; internodes somewhat foreshortened2LMorphSPON
dpyprov2dumpyprovisional 2dpyLeaves like those of d:x but internodes longer.2LMorphCHEM
dpyprov3dumpyprovisional 3dpyLeaves like those of d:x but internodes longer.2LMorphSPON
drt--dwarf root  Reduced root system2LMorphCHEM
ds--dwarf sterile  Stunted plants with short internodes and reduced leaves; partially male-sterile.11LMorphSPON
dt--dilatata dt1Plant small; pinnae yellowish; veins darker with uprolled margins.1LMorphRAD
dtt--detorta  Cotyledons epinastic, irregularly crooked, many seedlings with 3 cotyledons; plants 2/5-3/5 normal size, less erect than normal; stems crooked and leaves and pinnae disordered; pinnae partly plicate, partly spiraled.  MorphRAD
du--dupla  Young plants typically splendens, later reach 2/3 size; habit half erect; branching reduced, particularly in the side shoot below the first inflorescence; leaf segments broad and doubled in number with many foliolules; strong anthocyanin in shoots exposed  MorphRAD
dv--dwarf virescent  Pale green virescent; plants always stunted.2LMorphSPON
dx-2--extreme dwarf-2  Resembles d:x in most respects; all parts extremely shortened; plant erect with no branching, attains half normal size; leaves very rugose and bright dark green above; flowers are small.  Morph 
e--entire bFirst true leaf undivided but serrate, mature leaves usually have reduced number of lateral segments, which have variably serrate margins; contraction indicated by crowding of lateral segments and distortion of midvein. Parthenocarpic fruit. Fused sepals.4LMorphSPON
e2entire  Fewer fused leaf segments and distorted midvein, entire or broad leaflets4LMorph 
eprov3entireprovisional 3eFewer leaf segments; midvein distorted4LMorphCHEM
e-2--entire-2  Leaves with reduced numbers of segments, incompletely separated, irregularly lobed and undulate margins; cotyledons subnormal and often fused; produces few flowers of low fecundity with slender parts; calyx large, anthers deformed.10SMorphCHEM
ec--exserted carpels  Fruits vary from none to many exserted carpels.  Morph 
eca--echinata  Early growth typically pm and later reaching 2/3-3/4 typical size; from fruit set on main stem and branches grow vertically with dense to loose bush habit, lending porcupine-like appearance.  MorphRAD
el--elongated eElongated fruits as in Oxheart.  MorphSPON
ela--elata  Plants reach 3/4 normal size; dense, erect, and bush habit; internodes shortened; leaf segments large, wide, and strongly blistered.  Morph 
ele--elegans  Leaves reduced, yellow-green and dainty; plants tiny11LMorphRAD
ele2elegans angReduced, sometimes chlorotic, narrow leaves; slow growth.11LMorphRAD
ele-2--elegans-2 ele2Narrow, rounded cotyledons, margin rolled up; smaller, light yellow-green pinnae.  Morph 
elo--elongata elo1Elongated, weakly branched stems, initially erect, become procumbent.  Morph 
elu--eluta  Yellow green leaves; strong branching tendency; slight growth depression.  MorphRAD
elu-2--eluta-2 elu2Yellow-green to light gray-green leaves; late in season strong anthocyanin in shoots, stems, and veins.  Morph 
em--emortua em1Small plant; reduced side branching; spreading necrosis of older leaves leading to their premature death; expression best in field.  MorphRAD
en--ensiform  Sword-shaped sepals.  MorphSPON
ent--entire leaflet  Leaflets with entire margin.  MorphRAD
ep--easy peeling  Epidermis can be peeled from fruit without pretreatment.  MorphRAD
Epi--Epinastic  Severe epinasty of leaves, swelling of stems and petioles, prolific branching of roots. Partially dominant.4LMorphSPON
er--erecta  Dwarf bushy plants with short internodes; shortened dark green leaves; heterozygotes intermediate.  MorphRAD
er12.1--earliness   12 Morph 
er-2--erecta-2  Plant vigorous, branches erect, internodes slightly shortened; leaves shorter, segments smaller, keeled and blue-green at tips; many flowered.  Morph 
era--eramosa era1Smaller, weakly branched plant; whitish zones in primary and later in leaves causing irregular pinnae development.1 MorphRAD
Erl--Erectoid leaf  Leaves held at acute angle on stem; partially dominant.10SMorph 
Est-11Esterase-1   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-12Esterase-1   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-13Esterase-1   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-14Esterase-1   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-15Esterase-1   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-1nEsterase-1   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-21Esterase-2   9LIsozymeSPON
Est-31Esterase-3   1LIsozymeSPON
Est-41Esterase-4   12LIsozymeSPON
Est-42Esterase-4   12LIsozymeSPON
Est-43Esterase-4   12LIsozyme 
Est-44Esterase-4   12LIsozymeSPON
Est-45Esterase-4   12LIsozymeSPON
Est-46Esterase-4   12LIsozymeSPON
Est-47Esterase-4   12LIsozymeSPON
Est-48Esterase-4   12LIsozymeSPON
Est-51Esterase-5   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-61Esterase-6   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-71Esterase-7   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-72Esterase-7   2LIsozymeSPON
Est-81Esterase-8   10 IsozymeSPON
ete--extenuata ete1Slender shoots; slender and thick pinnae; irregular growth; poor seed set.  MorphRAD
eu--eugenol concentration  High eugenol concentration in fruit.  Morph 
ex--exserted stigma  Exserted stigmas, or styles are twisted within anther tubes.  MorphSPON
exa--expassa exa1Branches partially decumbent; yellowish gray green older leaves turning yellow prematurely.  Morph 
exl--exilis exVery small plant; tiny plicate leaves of light gray-green color; narrow cotyledons; highly sterile.  MorphRAD
exs--excedens exs1Smaller bush; short internodes, young leaves; older leaves leathery, and shiny.  MorphRAD
f--fasciated fruit  Increased number of locules, stamens, and segments of the corolla and calyx; ovary and fruit more flattened and irregular in outline.11LMorphSPON
fDfasciated fruitDominant Fruits many-loculed; phenotype more extreme than original allele of f; carpels unfused; dominant allele.11LMorphSPON
fa--falsiflora fa1Giant, vegetative, and highly ramified inflorescence; completely sterile.  MorphRAD
far--farinosa far1Smaller, weakly branched plant; many, deeply crenate, wavy, gray to yellow-green pinnae.  Morph 
fc--flaccescens  Internodes and leaves shortened; cotyledons narrow, wavy, light green; plants retarded at flowering, reach 1/5 normal size; leaf segments small, dark grey-green, tending to shrivel and die early.  Morph 
fcf--fucatifolia fcf1Small spreading plant; yellow or light green cotyledons, primary leaves, and lower leaves at later stages.  MorphRAD
fd--flecked dwarf  Retarded at all stages; leaves flecked with light green.12LMorphRAD
Fdh-11Formate dehydrogenase-1   2LIsozymeSPON
Fdh-12Formate dehydrogenase-1   2LIsozymeSPON
fe--fertilis  Leaves roll dorsally; fasciated flowers, fruits.  MorphRAD
fer--fe inefficient  Severe chlorosis beginning in first true leaves due to faulty iron transport in xylem.6LMorph 
FgrHFructose to glucose ratiohirsutum Ratio of fructose to glucose in fruit approx. 1.5:1; partially dominant over L. esculentum allele4 MorphSPON
fgv--fimbriate gold virescent  Leaf fimbriate margined, ephermerally "gold dust" virescent.11 MorphSPON
fi-2--filiforme-2  Phenotype like Schiemann's (1932), filiforme, equivalent to extreme wiry phenotype; cotyledons extremely narrow, grey-green; primary leaves also very narrow, later some leaves have only midveins, others with modified terminal segments and some epetiolate lateral segments; corolla with filiform segments; internodes very short, plant height averaging 20 cm.; no fruit set, line being maintained via heterozygotes.  Morph 
fil--filaris  Habit strongly branched and bushy; cotyledons slightly wavy; leaves wide, rounded, and often asymmetric with elongated petiole and filiform terminal segments; inflorescence very compound, petioles narrow, and fruit elongate.  Morph 
fir--firma  Broad blunt leaf segments; bushy cylindrical plants; foreshortened inflorescence.  MorphRAD
fir-2--firma-2 fir2Sturdy, compact seedlings; broad, rounded, rugose and dark green pinnae; small dark flowers.  Morph 
fir-3--firma-3 fir3Very small, compact bush; small, dark green, and rugose pinnae.  Morph 
fis--fistulosiflora  Corolla does not open although segments not fused.  Morph 
fl--fleshy calyx  Sepals fleshy, often curled.  MorphSPON
fla--flavescens  Leaves light green with few segments; variably reduced plant size.1LMorphRAD
flav--flavida  Leaves yellowish, mottled yellowish green, and small; heterozygote intermediate for some traits.  MorphRAD
flav-2--flavida-2 flav2Smaller, compact bush; slender stems, many side shoots; leaves yellowish light green.  Morph 
flc--flacca  Leaves overwilt under dry or sunny conditions, leading to necrotic areas; plant small, erect, nearly unbranched, and later spreading.7LMorphRAD
fld--flaccida fld1Small, weakly branched and erect plant; darker and involuted wilty pinnae, dying prematurely.  MorphRAD
fle--flexifolia fle1Very small plant, leaves with strong anthocyanin, borne at acute angle to stem in young plant.  MorphRAD
fli--filiform inflorescence  Filiform outgrowths and cupped leaves in late or terminal inflorescences; narrow corolla.  MorphSPON
fms--female-sterile  Distorted, poorly developed, highly sterile gynoecium; normal pollen production.  Morph 
fn--finely-netted  All true leaves light green with slightly darker veins.  MorphRAD
fp--fruit pox  Many small dark green spots on immature fruit, rupture prior to ripening.  Morph 
fr--frugalis  Small compact bush; older leaves dark-green; brittle, shiny.  MorphRAD
fra--fragosa fra1Smaller, very brittle bush; broad cotyledonsc pinnae; heterozygote recognizable.  Morph 
frg--fragilis frg1Smaller, erect, nearly unbranched plant; short, dull light green leaves, yellowing prematurely.  MorphRAD
fri1far red light insensitive phyAInsensitive to far red light; hypocotyls elongated relative to wild type under far red light.10SMorphCHEM
Frl--FORL resistance Fr1, Fr-1Resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. radicis- lycopersici; incompletely dominant.9 DiseaseSPON
Frly--Frilly FrlLeaf with serrate undulate margins.7 MorphSPON
fro--frondea  Seedlings and plant habit and size normal; inflorescence highly proliferated; pedicels jointless; 4-parted corollae; segregation deficient in mutant homozygotes.  Morph 
Frs--Frosty spot NecHypertrophic pustules along leaf veins followed by chlorosis then necrosis.  MorphSPON
frt--fracta  Plants attain 1/4 normal size; habit upright, weakly branched; leaf margins later turned upward; foliage dark green, shoots brittle.  MorphRAD
Fs--Fruit stripe  Fruit with dark green radial stripes opposite locules10SMorph 
fsc--fuscatinervis dkvLeaves yellow-green; veins always darker green.  MorphSPON
ft--fruiting temperature  Fruits can set at 40 deg. F.  MorphSPON
fu--fusiformis  Early growth habit is bushy and spindle shaped; leaves shortened, curved upwards, shiny yellowish, and paler at growing point.4LMorphRAD
fua--fucata fua1Smaller plant; young pinnae yellow green, darker veins; older foliage variably lighter colored.  MorphRAD
fug--fulgida fug1Small plant; foliage variably whitish or yellow-green, sometimes zonally marked.  MorphRAD
ful--fulgens  Bright yellow virescent, older leaves becoming greener; golden yellow in field; yellow unripe fruit color.4SMorphRAD
ful2fulgens ful1^2Foliage at all stages light-green to light yellow-green; stems and leaf mid-ribs sometimes purplish.4SMorphRAD
ful-2--fulgens-2 ful2Small plant; short internodes; light-green foliage, yellow-green growth zones.  Morph 
ful-3--fulgens-3  Stunted virescentseedlings, overall brilliant yellow; closely resembling ful; mature plant bright yellow green.3 MorphSPON
fus--fulgescens  Seedlings normal; plants normal size; foliage light green; growing points lighter; resembles, but is not allelic to ful.  MorphRAD
fv--flaveola  Seedlings small; leaf color light grey-green, a flowering light yellow green virescent; older leaves yellowish.  Morph 
Fw--Furrowed  Deeply furrowed, dark green cotyledons; severely stunted plant; homozygous inviable.5 MorphSPON
fx--flexa  Young plants typically normal; main stem bends at start but becomes erect later, lending the plant a prostrate habit, similar to reptans(re).  MorphRAD
fy--field yellow  Foliage yellow at all stages and under field conditions.7 MorphSPON
g--grooved  Inhibits modifiers, permitting expression of r.  Morph 
ga--galbina ga1Foliage at all stages variably white-gray-yellow-normal green; environmentally sensitive.  MorphRAD
ga-2--galbina-2 ga2Pinnae dark to light gray-green, yellow base; stems at all stages with strong anthocyanin; plant smaller in some years.  Morph 
gas--gamosepala gas1Small plant; gray-to-light-green foliage; wavy, irregularly crenate and rugose pinnae; partly connate sepals.1 MorphRAD
gbl--globula  Plants always greatly reduced; hypoctyls; extremely short internodes; strongly branched; pinnae grey-green, coarse, crooked, downward; only observed in greenhouse; no flowers developed; maintained via heterozygotes.  MorphRAD
Gdf--Gold fleck  Small dark green spots on immature fruit, do not rupture but turn yellow on ripe fruit.  Morph 
GecGamete eliminatorCondine Red Most gametes abort when interacting with Ge:p.4 MorphSPON
GenGamete eliminatorneutral neutral allele found in most genotypes4 Morph 
GepGamete eliminatorPearson Most gametes abort while interacting with Ge:p.4 MorphSPON
gf--green flesh  Persistent chlorophyll giving ripe fruit purplish-brown color.8LMorphSPON
gf2green flesh  same as gf8LMorphSPON
gf3green flesh  same as gf8LMorphSPON
gf4green flesh  same as gf8LMorphSPON
gf5green flesh  same as gf8LMorphSPON
gfl--globular flower  Corolla tips remain attached, resulting in globular form.  MorphSPON
gfo--grandifolia  Habit flatter; cotyledons and primary leaves variable whitish; leaves and segments large and light grey-green.  Morph 
gh--ghost abIncomplete chlorophyll deficiency, starting green, later breaking to white.11SMorphSPON
gh-2--ghost-2  Cotelydons yellowish; most leaves variegated.  MorphCHEM
gi--gibberosa  Seedling relatively coarse; plant size normal; main stem semi-prostrate with reduced branching; leaves. mostly with 2 pairs lateral segments, very few foliolules, segments almost as broad as long, some terminal segments fused with laterals; less hairy stems and petioles.  MorphRAD
gib-1--gibberellin deficient-1  Gibberellin deficient; greatly reduced germination, and dwarf growth habit; leafs dark green, thick, and wrinkled; application of exogenous GA restores normal phenotype.6LMorphCHEM
gib-2--gibberellin deficient-2  Gibberellin deficient; greatly reduced germination, and dwarf growth habit; leafs dark green, thick, and wrinkled; application of exogenous GA restores normal phenotype.1LMorphCHEM
gib-3--gibberellin-deficient-3  Gibberellin deficient; greatly reduced germination, and dwarf growth habit; leafs dark green, thick, and wrinkled; application of exogenous GA restores normal phenotype.  MorphCHEM
gib-3xgibberellin-deficient-3  Gibberellin deficient; greatly reduced germination, and dwarf growth habit; leafs dark green, thick, and wrinkled; application of exogenous GA restores normal phenotype. More extreme allele than gib-3.  MorphCHEM
gil--gilva  Yellow cotyledons; highly variable ratios.  Morph 
gl--glauca  Leaf segments narrow, acute yellow-green; virescent.  MorphRAD
gl-2--glauca-2 gl2Short internodes; small, dull, light gray-green leaves.  Morph 
gla--glaucicolor  Flat dense bush habit, strongly sidebranched; internodes shortened; foliage dull light grey-green; shoot tips with much anthocyanin; flowers small.  Morph 
glau--glaucescens  Leaves shortened, dull green to yellowish gray-green; small upright habit.8 MorphRAD
glau-2--glaucescens-2 glau2Smaller plant; leaves dull gray-green; yellow-green growth zones.  Morph 
glb--globularis  Internodes and leaves shortened; leaves densely pinnate; yellow tinged.  MorphRAD
glb-2--globularis-2 glb2Dense, rounded bush; very short internodes; many side shoots; poor fruit set.  Morph 
glc--glaucophylla  Small plant; leaves light yellow or gray green, shortened.  MorphRAD
glc-2--glaucophylla-2 glc2Some pinnae larger, broader; pinnae light-green with lighter flecks.  Morph 
glc-3--glaucophylla-3 glc3Small plant and leaves of dull light grey-green.  Morph 
glf--globiformis glf1Very small, irregular bush; all plant parts reduced; many side shoots; multibranched inflorescences; young heterozygotes recognizable.  MorphRAD
glg--galapagos light green  Leaves pale gray-green, darker veins; plant small8LMorphSPON
glm--glomerata  Seedlings normal; young plant with stronger anthocyanin; plants 1/3-2/3 normal size; shoots become necrotic at fruiting, resulting in condensed habit; later some branches become normal.  MorphRAD
glo--globosa  Internodes short; leaves short, pale green; incompletely dominant4LMorphRAD
glo2globosa inx, introLeaves tend to roll toward upper side, dull gray-light green; shortened internodes; excessively branched.4LMorphRAD
glo-2--globosa-2 glo2Very compact, rounded bush; many side shoots; short internodes; small flowers, fewer clusters.  Morph 
glo-3--globosa-3 glo3Full sized erect bush; half sized, slender pinnae.  Morph 
glu--glutinosa glu1Dark green, shiny fruit with sticky epidermis; poor germination.  MorphRAD
gm--gamosepalous  Calyx and corolla segments tending to be connivent.  MorphRAD
Got-11Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-1   4LIsozymeSPON
Got-12Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-1   4LIsozymeSPON
Got-21Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-2   7LIsozymeSPON
Got-22Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-2   7LIsozymeSPON
Got-23Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-2   7LIsozymeSPON
Got-24Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-2   7LIsozymeSPON
Got-2nGlutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-2   7LIsozymeSPON
Got-31Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-3   7SIsozymeSPON
Got-32Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-3   7SIsozymeSPON
Got-33Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-3   7SIsozymeSPON
Got-3nGlutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-3   7SIsozymeSPON
Got-41Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-4   8LIsozymeSPON
Got-42Glutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-4   8LIsozymeSPON
Got-4nGlutamate oxaloacetate transaminase-4   8LIsozymeSPON
Gp--Gamete promoter  Strongly increased fertilization of gametes carrying it.9SMorphSPON
gq--grotesque  Irregular androecium; pistil variably twisted, elongated, ridged, or lobed.  MorphSPON
Gr--Green ripe grFruit flesh turns slowly to yellowish green, remains firm; resembles gf, except that center of fruit turns red.  MorphSPON
GrNr-2Green ripe  Resembles gf, except that center of fruit turns red.  MorphSPON
gra-2--gracilis-2 gra2Very small plant, pinnae, short internodes and leaves.  Morph 
gra-3--gracilis-3 gra3Plant very small, erect, nearly unbranched; short internodes and leaves; pinnae and seedlings smaller.  Morph 
grc--gracillama grc1Smaller, weakly branched, half-erect plant; yellow-green, slightly involuted pinnae.  MorphRAD
grf--grandifructa grf1Broad, lax habit; fewer, large, flattened fruit; heterozygote intermediate.  MorphRAD
grl--gracilenta grl1Smaller, erect, weakly branched plant; large pinnae, close together, irregularly yellow green, normal green veins.  MorphRAD
grl-2--gracilenta-2  Slender, pointed, pale green cotyledons; primary leaves delayed; dainty foliage; yellowish shoot tips.  Morph 
grn--granulosa  Base of large, multicellular trichomes greatly enlarged; associated chlorophyll deficiency and lack of vigor may be pleiotropic.  MorphCHEM
gro--grossa  Cotyledons often more than 2; cotyledons and primary leaf segments short and broad, segments fewer, light grey-green; plants 2/3 normal height, upright, weakly branched; fruit and seed set reduced.  MorphRAD
grs--grisea grs1, gr1Smaller, light yellow green plant; dark gray-green growth zones.  Morph 
gs--green stripe  Irregular longitudinal green stripes in epidermis of unripe fruit; retaininng chlorophyll for longer period during ripening, and eventually assuming paler color in fully ripe fruit; changes limited to epidermis. Striping may be observed on stem under conditions of high humidity and low light; heterozygotes exhibit some faint striping on fruit, but scored as a recessive.7SMorphSPON
gt--gametophytic factor  Reduced effectivity of female gametes.  Morph 
Gx--Gibberellin-exserted  Gibberellin-stimulated exsertion of style.  Morph 
h--hairs absent HLong trichomes absent except on hypocotyl and at growing point; heterozygote is intermediate.10LMorphSPON
ha--hastata ha1Slender, long, pointed cotyledons; short leaves, with 2 pairs of slender, pointed pinnae; small, flat, dense bush.  Morph 
he--heteroidea  Small plant; internodes shortened; leaflets somewhat narrowed; older leaves glossy, brittle, and light green.  MorphRAD
he-2--heteroidea-2 he2Lax, low bush; slender stems, short internodes; small, keeled pinnae.  Morph 
Hero--Heterodera rostochiensis resistance  Resistance to potato cyst nematode (Globodera rostochiensis).4SDiseaseSPON
hg--heterogemma hg1Small, lax plant; first inflorescence abnormal, numerous fasciated buds, elongated, unbranched peduncle.  MorphRAD
hi--hilara  Small plant, proportionately reduced; irregularly crenate and rugose and light-dark green patterned pinnae.9LMorphRAD
hl--hairless  All types of hairs suppressed except for a few of the glandular type, which lack the chloroplasts normally present; presence of the large multicellular trichome bases imparts a granular or rough appearance to the stems; in contrast to h/h, hypocotyl is glabrous; stamens lacking hairs, tend to be dialytic; plant weak and extremely brittle.11SMorphSPON
hl2hairless cal, cal1Smaller, weakly pubescent plant; dark-green leaves. Curved upwards to involuted.11SMorphRAD
hlprov3hairlessprovisional 3hlAll herbage hairless; stems brittle11SMorphCHEM
hlprov4hairlessprovisional 4hlAll herbage hairless; stems brittle11SMorphCHEM
hlprov5hairlessprovisional 5hlAll herbage hairless; stems brittle11SMorphCHEM
hlprov6hairlessprovisional 6hlAll herbage hairless; stems brittle11SMorphCHEM
hl-2--hairless-2 hl^prov6All herbage hairless; stems brittle  MorphCHEM
hp-1--high pigment-1 hp, hp1, hp2, bs, drChlorophyll, carotenoids, ascorbic acid content of fruit intensified.2LMorphSPON
hp-1whigh pigment-1WB3 Similar to hp-1, but more extreme phenotype.2LMorphCHEM
hp-2--high pigment-2 hpSimilar to hp-1; enhances all pigments of green and mature red fruits; in presence of u^+ allele, immature fruit are completely dark green.1SMorphCHEM
hp-2dghigh pigment-2dark greendgImmature fruit color normal; darker green color appears as fruit develops, then persists until onset of ripening, high chlorophyll compared to wild type or hp-1.1SMorphSPON
hp-2jhigh pigment-2JoneshpSimilar to hp-2.1SMorphSOMA
hp-31high pigment-3  Increased accumulation of carotenoids.  MorphCHEM
ahprov7Hoffman's anthocyaninlessprovisional 7 Completely free of anthocyanin9LMorphCHEM
Hr--Hirsute  Long hairs on upper leaf surfaces.8LMorphSPON
Hrt--Hirtum  Increased density of large trichomes; incompletely dominant.7 MorphSPON
hs--hairless style  Style lack hairs.  Morph 
ht--hastate  Primary and mature leaves narrow, elongate, and entire, fewer lobed; abortive and deformed flowers.  MorphSPON
hy--homogeneous yellow  All vegetative parts yellow in all stages.10SMorphSPON
I--Immunity to Fusarium wilt  Resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici.7LDiseaseSPON
I-2--Immunity to Fusarium wilt-2  Resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici race 2.11LDiseaseSPON
I-3--Immunity to Fusarium wilt-3  Resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici race 3.7LDiseaseSPON
I-4--Immunity to Fusarium wilt-4  Resistance to Fusarium oxysporum race 2.2LDiseaseSPON
I-5--Immunity to Fusarium wilt-5  Resistance to Fusarium oxysporum race 2.2LDiseaseSPON
I-6--Immunity to Fusarium wilt-6  Resistance to Fusarium oxysporum race 2.10LDiseaseSPON
I-7--Immunity to Fusarium wilt-7  Resistance to Fusarium oxysporum race 3.  DiseaseSPON
ic--inclinata  Small bush; short internodes, leaves; older leaves epinastic, yellowish.  MorphRAD
ic-2--inclinata-2 ic2Many slender side shoots; short leaves; narrow, smaller pinnae.  Morph 
ica--icana  Plants reach 3/4 typical size; habit denser with grey-green aspect, revealing some whitish-green of leaf under-surfaces; segments separate with light areas in younger leaves, partly fused, dirty yellow-grey in later leaves.  MorphRAD
icn--incana  Small plant, slow growing; whitish seedling and mature leaves latter with prominent purpling.10SMorphSPON
id--indehiscens  Large pinnae; connate sepals; fruit irregularly cracked. (phenotype similar to cleistogamous).11SMorphRAD
ida--inordinata  Seedling typical pm; habit erect, irregular bush with less branching; some leaves with 2 pairs of lateral segments, others unsegmented, in later growth becoming normal; term segments almost cordiform; foliolules strongly blistered; foliage color brilliant dark green.  MorphRAD
Idh-11Isocitrate dehydrogenase-1   1SIsozymeSPON
ig--ignava  Dwarf upright, little branched; leaves relatively large, light green, bleaching to white; growth retarded (1/4 size)7LMorphRAD
ig-2--ignava-2 ig2Small plant; smaller leaves and pinnae of lighter color; short internodes.  Morph 
ig-3--ignava-3 ig3Cotyledons small, narrow; lax, flat bush; sturdy shoots, yellowish tips in field; large pinnae.  Morph 
im--impatiens im1Small, lax plant; reduced side shoots; darker, blue-green foliage wilts in strong sun and wind.  MorphRAD
im-2--impatiens-2 im2Small, flat bush; leaves short, small rugose, necrotic at tips; drought sensition.  Morph 
imb--imbecilla  Plant weak with few branches; younger leaves yellow-green then when older turning light green.1SMorphSPON
imb-2--imbecilla-2 imb2Light green cotyledons, dark veins; smaller, lax plant; short, yellowish to light green leaves.  Morph 
impdiaimpedita  Smaller, weak plant; leaves chlorotic at margins; plant smaller than imp:eg.  MorphSPON
impegimpedita  Smaller, weak plant; leaves chlorotic at margins, like imp;dia but plant larger.  MorphSPON
in-2--indiga-2 in2Narrow, gray-green cotyledons; smaller plant; short internodes.  Morph 
in-3--indiga-3 in3Small plant; smaller pinnae; reduced branching; inflorescences close together and numerous.  Morph 
ina--inflexa ina1Lax growth, becoming partially decumbent.  MorphRAD
inc--incurva  Leaf segments weakly curved, undulate margins; stems, leaf veins and inflorescence crooked.6 MorphRAD
inc-2--incurva-2 inc2Smaller plant; short internodes and leaves; long, narrow, keeled and brownish-green pinnae.  Morph 
inf--informa  Tiny plant with very short internodes; leaves small, plicate, and strongly down-curved.5 MorphRAD
ini--inquieta ini1Small, proportionately reduced, variable plant; young pinnae involuted, lighter colored; large trichomes absent.11SMorphRAD
ino--involuta ino1Smaller, variable, cylindrical bush; short internodes; involuted pinnae.  MorphRAD
inr--integer inr1Primary leaves almost undivided; long petioles; broad, rugose pinnae; few secondary pinnae.  Morph 
ins--inconstans ins1Small, weakly branched plant; phenotype, including leaf size, variable from year to year.  MorphRAD
inta--integrifolia inta1Lax, high bush; short leaves; rounded, crowded pinnae.  Morph 
inv--invalida  Small, dainty plants; irregular chlorotic flecks, later leaves deformed.1LMorphRAD
inx-2--introflexa-2 inx2, intro2Plants diminutive in all respects; keeled to rolled, wilty pinnae.  Morph 
Ip--Intense pigment  Dark pigmentation of the unripe fruit.  MorphSPON
irr--irregularis  Leaves shortened, irregularly veined, dark green, tinged yellow. Leaves erect on stem and stems swollen at leaf nodes.1 MorphRAD
ita--inquinata ita1Young leaves in midseason develop small necrotic flecks, later coalescing into large ones; variable expressivity.  MorphRAD
Itm--Intumescences  Development of tumorous outgrowths on leaves and stems; heterozygote intermediate.7SMorphSPON
j--jointless lfThe normal pedicel joint, with swelling and abscission layer is absent; fruits separate at the juncture with the calyx; leafy or indeterminate growth of the inflorescence, suppressed in combination with sp (self-pruning).11SMorphSPON
j-2--jointless-2 j2Jointless elongate pedicel; teratological calyx; proliferated inflorescence; elongate fruit.12 MorphSPON
j-2injointless-2 j2^inJointless pedicel, with incomplete gene action. Pedicel joints with normal form, but do not separate when fruits ripen. Referred to as the 'arthritic' gene.12 MorphSPON
Jau--Jaundiced  Yellow-green seedlings and young plants; homozygous lethal1 MorphSPON
jug--jugata  Fasciated stems and fruits; short internodes; inflorescence almost sterile.  MorphRAD
jug2jugata jug1^2Fasciated stems, flowers, fruits, more extreme than jug.  MorphRAD
l--lutescent gCotyledons and first true leaves turn yellow when the seedlingsa re 4-6 weeks old; as plants grow, the older leaves progressively yellow and abscise prematurely, the growing tips and immature leaves remaining green; stigmas yellow and fruit pigmentation reduced.8SMorphSPON
l2lutescent rubYellowish unripe fruits; premature yellowing of the leaves.8SMorphRAD
lprov3lutescentprovisional 3lYellowish unripe fruits; premature yellowing of the leaves.8SMorphSPON
lprov4lutescentprovisional 4lYellowish unripe fruits; premature yellowing of the leaves.8SMorphSPON
l-2--lutescent-2 l-3, l2Premature yellowing of older leaves; yellowish unripe fruit.10LMorphSPON
La--Lanceolate  Leaves simple, limited to one small, elongated leaflet; margins entire; stems slender and excessively branched; cotyledons frequently fused; fruit small; homozygous inviable (shoot growth normally produces only a hypocotyl with little if any leaf tissue).7LMorphSPON
Lac--Lacciniate  Leaf margins deeply incised, segments narrow.6LMorphSPON
lae--laesa  Small bush; axillary sprouts later necrotic; primary leaves dainty.  MorphRAD
lan--languida  Plant size and habit typical pm; until fruiting, variably light green virescent, later typical pm.  MorphRAD
lap--lamprochlora lap1Small, lax plant; short, shiny leaves; end pinnae curved upwards.  MorphRAD
lat--lata  Habit broad at first; growth much depressed in field.  MorphRAD
lax--laxus lax1Plant lax, weakly branched; slender shoots; smaller, slightly rounded pinnae.  Morph 
Lc--Locule number  Locule number is reduced2?LMorph 
le--lembiformis le1Prostrate, smaller plant, proportionately reduced; keeled or involuted yellowish pinnae, ventrally purplish.  MorphRAD
lep--leprosa lep1Smaller, proportionately reduced plant; rapidly spreading necrosis on all older pinnae.  MorphRAD
lg--light-green lmeLight green foliage.10SMorphSPON
lg-2--light green-2 lg2, li, pg392Cotyledons light yellow; leaves pale green; classification sometimes difficult.  Morph 
lg-3--light green-3 lg3, lt, pg483Light green cotyledons, leaves; former fade to yellow, latter to pale-green.  Morph 
lg-4--light green-4 lg4Yellow-green cotyledons, light green leaves.  Morph 
lg-5--light green-5 lg5, lm, fy, ytFoliage uniformly light green7LMorphSPON
li--limbrata  Seedling development variably reduced; first leaves slightly deformed with terminal segments broader at tip, in early stages pinnae tend to be finer, more strongly plicate, margins curled upward, and yellow-green. These characters disappear in mature plant.  MorphRAD
liv--livida  Plant erect, near normal size; cotyledons narrow, light grey-green, white-spotted; leaf segments long, narrow, slightly notched, blunt, dull grey-green; shoot tips bluish with anthocyanin.  Morph 
Ln--Lanata  Resembles Wo:m but hairs concentrated on stem; all 3 genotypes viable and distinguishable.3SMorphCHEM
LnGLanata  resembles Wo:m but is more hairy; all 3 genotypes viable and distinguishable.3SMorphCHEM
lo--locule number reduced  Reduced locule number.2LMorph 
loa--low acid  Low titratable fruit acidity.  Morph 
loc--locule number increased  Locule number increased.  MorphRAD
lop--longipes lop1Small, somewhat spreading plant; broad, weak gray-green pinnae; long petioles; variable expression.  MorphRAD
Lpg--Lapageria  Leaves small, dark green, with obtuse extremities and a glossy, concave, slightly bullate surface; reduced hairiness; flowers campanulate; stamens dialytic; homozygote more extreme phenotype and completely sterile.1SMorphSPON
ls--lateral suppresser  Few or no axillary branches; corolla suppressed; partially male sterile7LMorphSPON
ls2lateral suppresser  Few or no axillary branches; corolla suppressed; partially male sterile.7LMorph 
lt--laeta lt1Smaller, weakly branched plant; light gray-green foliage; growing points, later entire plant, yellow-green.  MorphRAD
lt-2--laeta-2 lt2Dainty, light green foliage; shoot tips with yellowish pinnae and in late season has bluish veins, petioles.  Morph 
ltf--latifolia  Cotyledons and pinnae extremely broad proportioned.7SMorphCHEM
lu--luteola  Light yellow corolla. .1 MorphRAD
luc--lucida  Leaves bright green, yellow-green at growing point.  MorphRAD
luc-2--lucida-2 luc2Smaller, lax bush; short stems; small, light green leaves.  Morph 
luc-3--lucida-3 luc3Plant and leaves small, light green to light olive.  Morph 
lur--lurida lur1Yellow-green cotelydons and primary leaves; dull light green later foliage.  MorphRAD
lut--lutea  Leaves yellow-green, darker veins; virescent.9LMorphRAD
lut-2--lutea-2 lut2Primary leaves flecked yellow-green; pinnae dull light green, yellowing early.  Morph 
lut-3--lutea-3 lut3Cotyledons yellowish light green, small plant and leaves of dull light green.  Morph 
lux--luxurians lux1Young plant larger, fewer side shoots; erect, long internodes.  Morph 
Lv--Leveillula taurica resistance  Resistance to Leveillula taurica powdery mildew.12SDiseaseSPON
Lx--Lax  Elongate, acute-segmented, pendent leaves.2LMorphSPON
lyr--lyrate  First leaves entire and undivided; later fan shaped and deeply lobed; female-sterile. Notes: calyx greatly enlarged; heterozygotes have the leaf phenotype but not sterility.5LMorphSPON
lz--lazy  Normal seedlings, 3 weeks later become strongly geotropic; weak branching.  MorphRAD
lz-2--lazy-2  Plant habit strongly prostrate due to reversed geotropic response of shoots (roots normal).5LMorphCHEM
m--mottled  Cotyledons and all leaves speckled with light yellow-green spots, rather evenly distributed; leaflets narrow, irregular and distorted.2LMorphRAD
m-2--mottled-2 m2, mo, mdMany small chlorotic spots on leaves; plant stunted; temperature-dependent.6LMorphRAD
M-3--Mottled-3 M3, M345Variable sectoring for chlorophyll deficiency; homozygous lethal.  Morph 
ma--macrocarpa  Leaves clearly longer; fruit large, smooth.  MorphRAD
maa--macra  Branching inhibited, erect habit; leaf segments and flowers reduced size.  Morph 
mac--maculata mac1Small plant; necrosis on upper or lower leaf surface spreading from margin.  MorphRAD
mad--marcida mad1Small plant; dark-green, slightly wilty foliage.  MorphRAD
Mae-11Malic enzyme-1  Allele of S. lycopersicoides, slightly retarded from '+'.5LIsozymeSPON
mal--maculosa mal1Young plant leaves have irregular, yellowish light green flecks, disappear later.  Morph 
mar--marcescens  Small plant; leaves dark-green, lightly wilting.  MorphRAD
marm--marmorata  Marbling of several tones of white and light green on leaves, stronger expression in greenhouse than in field.9LMorphRAD
marm2marmorata marm1^2Marbling of several tones of white and light green on leaves, stronger expression in greenhouse than in field.9LMorphRAD
marm-2--marmorata-2  Cotyledons variably white, yellow, yellow-green or green with variegated true leaves.  Morph 
mat--matura mat1Lax, flat bush, retarded in growth; short leaves; half-sized pinnae.  Morph 
mc--macrocalyx  Calyx variable in size, but always larger than normal, exceeding corolla in length and often bladdery in appearance; corolla subnormal in development and rarely spread at anthesis; pedicel joint arthritic; inflorescence indeterminant.5LMorphSPON
mcn--maculonecrotic  Seedling 2/3 normal size with virescence, yellow spots becoming necrotic, mature leaves often deformed, especially mid-region, also virescent at maturity.3SMorphCHEM
mcr--multicolor  Seedling typical spl; plant 3/4 size; habit spreading; foliage color yellow green early to dark midveins with necrotic spots later, finally with variable whitish-yellow-green aspect.  MorphRAD
mcs--macrosepala  Size and habit normal; inflorescence elongate, indeterminate; corolla enlarged; closed, but opening when touched; calyx with similar features; older leaves uncurled to reveal undersides. Note: calyx segments fused.  MorphRAD
Mdh-11Malate dehydrogenase-1   3LIsozymeSPON
Mdh-21Malate dehydrogenase-2     Isozyme 
Mdh-41Malate dehydrogenase-4   12 Isozyme 
Me--Mouse ears  Leaves 3-4 pinnately compound with clavate segments; shortened internodes; homozygous viable; incompletely dominant.2LMorphSPON
med--mediocris med1Smaller plant, proportionately reduced.  MorphRAD
mel--melongenoida mel1Sometimes lax habit; oval fruit.  MorphRAD
men--mendosa  Seedlings variable size; plant reaches half normal size; leaves always deformed, segments reduced, curled, very blistered; flowers deformed, style exserted from bud stage.  Morph 
mes--methyl salicylate concentration  High levels of methyl salicylate in fruit of certain lives.  Morph 
mf--multiformis  Growth always retarded; thin branches; internodes and leaves shortened, segments small, oval, almost entire; very few foliolules, foliage starts grey-green, later dull green.  Morph 
mgn--marginal necrotic  Seedling 1/4 normal size; cotyledons and leaves yellowish, becoming necrotic first at tips and margins; mature plant subnormal in size and leaves with brown necrotic blotches.2LMorphCHEM
Mi--Meloidogyne incognita resistance  High level resistance to root-knot nematode species, including M. incognita, M. arenaria, and M. javanica. Resistance breaks down at soil temperatures above 28 deg. C. Also confers resistance to potato aphid and whitefly.6SDiseaseSPON
Mi-3--Meloidogyne incognita resistance-3  Resistance to Mi-breaking strains of Meloidogyne incognita, including at high temperatures.12 DiseaseSPON
Mi-4--Meloidogyne incognita resistance-4  Heat stable resistance to Meloidogyne incognita and M. javanica  DiseaseSPON
Mi-5--Meloidogyne incognita resistance-5  Heat stable resistance to root knot nematodes.  DiseaseSPON
Mi-6--Meloidogyne incognita resistance-6  Heat stable resistance to root knot nematodes.  DiseaseSPON
Mi-7--Meloidogyne incognita resistance-7  Resistance to root knot nematodes, including strains virulent on Mi.  DiseaseSPON
Mi-8--Meloidogyne incognita resistance-8  Resistance to root knot nematodes, including strains virulent on Mi.  DiseaseSPON
Mi-9--Meloidogyne incognita resistance-9  Heat stable resistance to root knot nematodes, including M. incognita, M. arenaria, and M. javanica.6SDiseaseSPON
mia--minuscula  Seedlings small; nearly no branches, erect habit; leaf segments small, keeled, dull dark grey-green; inflorescence proportionately large.  Morph 
mic--microcarpa mic1Leaves, stems marked in gray-green; lighter yellow petals, uprolled margins; ridged or yellow-fissured fruits.  MorphRAD
min--minutula  Growth always retarded; short, weak branches; internodes and leaves very shortened; stems grey-blue; foliage light grey-green.  Morph 
mlt--malate concentration  Low malic acid levels in fruit versus high levels in mltD.  Morph 
mn--minuta miSmall, upright and almost unbranched plants; shortened leaves prematurely yellowing.11 MorphRAD
mn-2--minuta-2 mn2Very small plant, pinnae; short leaves.  Morph 
mnt--miniature  Small plant; reduced branching and fruit set.11LMorphSPON
mnx--extreme miniature min^exSeverely stunted chlorina mutant with 1cm internodes; flowers only after grafting on normal.  Morph 
Mo(I)--Modifier of I  Heterozygote overdominant.  Morph 
Mo(I)-2--Modifier-2 of I  Exerts less effect of I than Mo(I).  Morph 
mo-B--modifier of B mo(B), moB, I^B, i^BModifier of B. Increases content of beta carotene in presence of B.  Morph 
Moi--Modifier inducer  Permits expression of Mo(I) and MO(I)-2 only in xx genotype.  Morph 
mon--monstrosa  Very tiny, upright, and unbranched plants; leaves much reduced, and strongly epinastic; stems slender; heterozygote intermediate for some traits. Note: leaves and stems strongly epinastic.11 MorphRAD
mor--morata mor1Smaller plant, reduced side branching; yellowish light green foliage.  MorphRAD
mp--modifier of parthenocarpy  Modifies expression of pat-2; in homozygous state, increases fruit set on pat-2 under low temperatures.  MorphSPON
mps--miniature phosphorus syndrome phVery retarded and all parts extremely reduced; foliage chlorotic and strongly flushed with anthocyanin, resembles pds.11LMorph 
ms--male sterile ms-1, ms1Pale, shrunken anthers; no pollen; hybrid stock  Morph 
ms-02--male-sterile-2 ms2Anthers pale, shrunken; no pollen2LMorphSPON
ms-03--male-sterile-3 ms3Anthers variably small, discolored, occasionally fertile11 MorphSPON
ms-0342male-sterile-3 ms-42Normal anthers, low amount of good pollen in some genetic backgrounds.11 Morph 
ms-04--male-sterile-4 ms4Pale, shrunken anthers; a few aborted pollen grains.  Morph 
ms-05--male-sterile-5 ms5Abnormally small flowers; very pale and greatly shrunken anthers; usually no pollen.2 MorphSPON
ms-06--male-sterile-6 ms6Shrunken, pale anthers; no pollen.1 MorphSPON
ms-07--male-sterile-7 ms7Anthers near normal in size and color; pollen aborted in tetrads.11SMorphSPON
ms-08--male-sterile-8 ms8Abnormally small flowers with exserted stigmas; plale shrunken anthers; no pollen8 Morph 
ms-09--male-sterile-9 ms9Anthers nearly normal; no pollen3LMorphSPON
ms-10--male-sterile-10 ms10Abnormally small flowers; small, very pale anthers; greatly exserted stigmas; no pollen in mature anthers; meiosis delayed, breakdown mostly in early prophase; reduced ovule fertility.2LMorphSPON
ms-1035male-sterile-10 ms-35, ms35Anthers small, slender, pale; empty PMCs in locules; breakdown in different stages of meiosis; stigmas exposed.2LMorphSPON
ms-1036male-sterile-10 ms-36Anthers small, very pale; no pollen; flowers very small2LMorphSPON
ms-11--male-sterile-11 ms11Very pale, shrunken anthers; aborted pollen, free or in tetrads.  MorphSPON
ms-12--male-sterile-12 ms12Abnoramally small flowers; nearly normal-colored but shrunken anthers; no pollen.11SMorphSPON
ms-13--male-sterile-13 ms13Nearly normal anthers; free aborted pollen.  MorphSPON
ms-14--male-sterile-14 ms14Anthers shrunken; very pale; aborted pollen11LMorphSPON
ms-15--male-sterile-15 ms15Anthers dwarfed, very pale; no pollen; flowers small; stigmas exserted2LMorphSPON
ms-1526male-sterile-15 ms26, ms-26Abnormally small flowers with exserted pistils; very pale, dwarfed anthers; no pollen.2LMorphSPON
ms-1547male-sterile-15 ms-47Anthers dwarfed, very pale; no pollen; flowers small; stigmas exserted2LMorphSPON
ms-16--male-sterile-16 ms16Pale shrunken anthers; clumped aborted pollen.  MorphSPON
ms-17--male-sterile-17 ms17Pale shrunken anthers; no pollen.2 MorphSPON
ms-18--male-sterile-18 ms18Exserted stigmas; slightly pale, very shrunken anthers; no pollen;  MorphSPON
ms-19--male sterile-19 ms19Slightly shrunken anthers; stigma mostly protruding.  Morph 
ms-20--male sterile-20 ms20Anther tips equal or exceed stigma.  Morph 
ms-21--male sterile-21 ms21Anthers and style of equal length; flowers slightly smaller.  Morph 
ms-22--male sterile-22 ms22Anthers normal length, shrunken; flower color slightly lighter.  Morph 
ms-23--male-sterile-23 ms23Anthers slender and paler; no pollen; meiosis delayed and prolonged; stigmas depressed.  MorphSPON
ms-24--male-sterile-24 ms24Anthers slightly more slender and paler; 100 percent aborted pollen; meiosis normal stigmas mostly exposed.  MorphSPON
ms-25--male-sterile-25 ms25Anthers slender, foreshortened, pale; stigmas mostly exposed.  MorphSPON
ms-27--male-sterile-27 ms27Anthers slender, diverging distally, pale; stigmas mostly not exposed.  MorphSPON
ms-28--male-sterile-28 ms28Anthers very slender, slightly shorter, pale; stigmas mostly exposed.  MorphSPON
ms-29--male-sterile-29 ms29Anthers slender, often separate below, pale, often greenish; stigmas mostly exposed.  MorphSPON
ms-30--male-sterile-30 ms30Stamens highly modified, very slender, free twisted, pale or greenish yellow; stigmas 100% exposed.  MorphSPON
ms-31--male-sterile-31 ms31Stamens smaller, very pale; stigmas 100% exposed.  MorphSPON
ms-32--male-sterile-32 ms32Stamens greatly reduced and shrunken, very pale, often brown.1SMorphSPON
ms-33--male-sterile-33 ms33Anthers very irregular, yellow-green; no pollen; breakdown in early meiosis; stigmas exposed.6LMorphSPON
ms-34--male-sterile-34 ms34Anthers short, pale; no pollen; meiosis normal, possibly delayed; stigmas exposed.  MorphSPON
ms-36--male sterile-36 ms36Anthers slightly shrunken and greenish.  MorphRAD
ms-37--male sterile-37 ms37Flowers appear normal, but have no pollen.  Morph 
ms-38--male-sterile-38 ms38Flowers small; anthers pale; no pollen; stigma not exposed  MorphSPON
ms-3840male-sterile-38 ms-40Flowers small; anthers pale (matching corolla); no pollen; stigma inserted.  MorphSPON
ms-39--male-sterile-39  Flowers possibly more fasciated than normal; stamens pale and slender; no pollen; stigma variably exposed; plant somewhat chlorotic and weak.  MorphSPON
ms-41--male sterile-41  Anthers slghtly smaller, paler than +; all pollen aborted.  Morph 
ms-43--male sterile-43  Few or no stamens produced, pollen viable  Morph 
ms-44--male-sterile-44  Solanifolium leaf shape; small flowers with protruding style and divided stigma.  MorphCHEM
ms-45--male-sterile-45  Anthers long, slender, and pale; stigmas usually not exposed; breakdown sporogenesis and vestgia resorbed in later anther development.  MorphSPON
ms-46--male-sterile-46  Anthers long, slender, and pale; stigmas usually not exposed; breakdown sporogenesis and vestgia resorbed in later anther development.  MorphSPON
Ms-48--Male-sterile-48  Anthers pale, slender; completely male sterile; only small, abortive cells visible, no pollen grains.10? MorphCHEM
ms-49--male-sterile-49  Anthers pale, slender.  MorphSPON
ms-50--male sterile-50  Anters pale, shrunken. High level of male-sterility; (but some pollen produced) anthers tend to brown and shrived distally.  MorphRAD
Ms-51--Male-sterile-51  Dominant male-sterile mutant, similar to Ms-48.  Morph 
mt--midget  All parts of plant reduced; high sterility; in field, make very compact dwarf mounds of growth; internodes short; most flowers abort and few open, exceedingly small and prob. nonfunctional.  MorphSPON
mta--mutata mta1Small broad bush; internodes short; leaves long; light yellow-green, virescent in early stages.9SMorphRAD
mts--mortalis mts1No inflorescences even if grafted on normal stock; smaller bush; strongly reduced internodes and leaves.1LMorphRAD
mu--multinervis  Dainty young leaves, and light green intercostally.6 MorphRAD
mu3multinervis rv-3Seedlings with strong virescence of light green color between veins of normal green.6 MorphCHEM
mua--multifurcata mua1Small plant, all parts proportionately reduced; first inflorescence multibranched.12 MorphRAD
muf--multifolia  Leaves elongate, rugose, highly divided, gray-green.  MorphRAD
mun--multinata mun1Small bush; many equal side shoots; short internodes and leaves.  Morph 
mup--multiplicata mup1Enlarged, multibranched inflorescences; variable whorled flower parts; fruits fewer  MorphRAD
mut--mutabilia mut1Small plant, reduced branching; midseason leaf color weak gray-to-dark green.  MorphRAD
muv--multivalens muv1Plants and leaves small, light green, inflorescences close together  Morph 
muv-2--multivalens-2 mus1Small plant, shiny, shorter leaves; light yellowish growing points.  MorphRAD
mux--multiplex mux1Stems often end abruptly in leafy structure; inflorescences irregularly branched to fasciate; jointless pedicels swollen at calyx base; petaloid sepals.  MorphRAD
n--nipple-tip ntNipple tips at stylar end of fruits.5 MorphSPON
n-2--nipple tip-2  Nipple tips at stylar end of fruits.  Morph 
n-3--nipple tip-3  Nipple tips at stylar end of fruits.  Morph 
n-4--nipple tip-4  Nipple tips at stylar end of fruits.  Morph 
na--nana  Tiny plant, internodes and leaves very short, plicate and rugose.7 MorphRAD
na-2--nana-2 na2Very small, erect bush; tiny, narrow, rugose pinnae, often with necrotic flecks.  Morph 
nc--narrow cotyledons  Narrow cotelydons and slow growth.  MorphSPON
nd--netted m-4Primary leaves strongly attenuated and chlorotic; leaflets curled upwards, accumulate much anthocyanins; cotyledons malformed; later leaves less extreme, with chlorophyll concentrated around veins.10LMorphRAD
ndw--necrotic dwarf  Semi-dwarf habit, epinastic leaves, necrosis in stems and leaves. Phenotype more pronounced in the winter.6LMorphSPON
ne--necrotic  Autogenous necrosis of leaves and stems, appearing first when the plants are 6-10 weeks of age as small, angular yellowish to brown, necrotic spots near the tips of the lower leaves; the spots are not superficial, but extend right through the leaf; accompanying the spotting is a downward and invward curling of the leaf; the spots become larger and coalesce and the necrosis proceeds upwards towards the growing point; the progress and severity of necrosis are greatly affected by environment -- under intense sunlight the plants may be completely browned, except near the growing point, their leaves largely shrivelled and dead; plants susceptible to Cladosporium fulvum are non-necrotic, the phenotype is only expressed with Cf-2 from S. pimpinellifolium and the S. lycopersicum allele of necrotic.2 MorphSPON
ned--necrodeformis  Leaf chlorosis, turns necrotic; some plants stunted and distorted; temperature dependent.  Morph 
neg--neglecta  Plants small, weakly branched; leaves pale, darker veined, becoming necrotic, and prematurely shed.11SMorphRAD
negne-2neglectanecrosis 2ne-2, ne2Leaves with many grayish necrotic spots; plant small, weak, killed by defoliation.11SMorphRAD
neg-2--neglecta-2 neg2Plants diminutive in all parts; pinnae become necrotic.  Morph 
neg-3--neglecta-3 neg3Smaller, weakly branched plant; dark gray-green pinnae, necrotic flecks at tips, dying prematurely.  Morph 
nf--no flowers  Scanty flower production.  MorphRAD
ni-2--nitida-2 ni2Narrow cotyledons, pinnae; older shoot tips blue-green and slender.  Morph 
Nir-11Nitrate reductase-1   1LIsozymeSPON
nit--nitidula nit1Lax, low bush; small, dark gray-green leaves, slightly glossy above.  Morph 
nor--non-ripening  Very retarded pigmentation, non-softening, and crack resistance of fruits.10SMorphSPON
nor2non-ripening  Very retarded pigmentation, non-softening, and crack resistance of fruits.10SMorph 
norAnon-ripening   10SMorph 
not--notabilis  Leaves wilt under dry, sunny conditions, leading to necrosis, particularly on margins; leaves reduced.7LMorphRAD
Nr--Never ripe  Fruits turn color at normal time, but develops pigmentation slowly and never assume as deep a color as normal, either from exterior or interior, no matter how long fruits are retained on the plant or in storage. Dominant expression. Also displays abnormal seedling growth, including root hypertrophy.9LMorphSPON
nt--nitens  Plants reach 1/3 normal size, branching reduced; internodes and leaves shortened; leaf dark green, upper surface bright.  Morph 
nv--netted virescent  Pale interveinal areas of cotyledons and true leaves; older leaves never with full green color.9LMorphSPON
o--ovate  Ovate or pear shaped fruits; incompletely dominant, sometimes permitting classification of all three genotypes, but usually treated as a recessive.2LMorphSPON
o1(1s)ovateovoideaol^3, ov, ov1,Small compact bush; short internodes; small leaves and pinnae; ovate fruits.2LMorph 
o1(2s)ovate ol^2Ovate fruits.2LMorph 
olovateovalol, O^1Elongate fruits with low locule number; completely recessive for fruit shape, partially dominant for locule number.2LMorphSPON
ob--obscura  Smaller, weakly branched plant; early foliage dark-green.  MorphRAD
ob-2--obscura-2 ob2Smaller bush; short internodes; smaller, broad, compacted, dark-green pinnae.  Morph 
obl--oblate fruit  Oblate fruit shaped.  MorphRAD
obv--obscuravenosa  Leaf veins appear green with back lighting, due to presence of chloroplasts in epidermal layer beneath veins.5LMorphSPON
obv+obscuravenosaclear vein Leaf veins appear clear with back lighting due to absence of chloroplasts in epidermal cells beneath veins.5LMorphSPON
obvprov1obscuravenosaprovisional 1  5LMorph 
obvprov2obscuravenosaprovisional 2  5LMorph 
oc--ochroleuca  Leaves discolored and becoming white variegated; exposed unripe fruit is yellowish gray.4SMorphRAD
Od--Odorless  Herbage with little or no characteristic tomato odor.3 MorphSPON
Ol-1--Oidium neolycopersici resistance-1  Resistance to Oidium neolycopersici; incompletely dominant6LDiseaseSPON
ol-2--Oidium neolycopersici resistance-2  Broad spectrum resistance to Oidium neolycopersici4 DiseaseSPON
Ol-3--Oidium neolycopersici resistance-3  Resistance to Oidium neolycopersici; incompletely dominant.6 DiseaseSPON
Ol-4--Oidium neolycopersici resistance-4   6 Disease 
Ol-5--Oidium neolycopersici resistance-5   6LDisease 
Ol-6--Oidium neolycopersici resistance-6   6 Disease 
oli--olivacea  Very small plant; small, malformed olive-green leaves, dying prematurely.10LMorphRAD
oli2olivacea oli1^2Small plant; pinnae more divided, short, variously light-olive-dark green, wavy margin, dying early.10LMorph 
op--opaca  Lighter leaf color, yellow at growing point.2LMorphRAD
op-2--opaca-2 op2Small plant with light green foliage, particularly in growth zones.  Morph 
opa--opacata opa1Smaller somewhat spreading plant; yellow-green foliage.  MorphRAD
or--ordinata  Plant size and habit typical pm; until fruiting, variably light green virescent, later typical pm.  MorphRAD
Ora--Orobanche aegyptica resistance  Resistance to broomrape based on single gene action.11SMorphSPON
os--oligosperma os1Small, weakly branched, half erect plant; distorted cotyledons; dark green leaves, fewer pinnae.  MorphRAD
ot--obtusa ot1All leaves short, broad, dark green, weakly shiny above.  Morph 
ova--ovata  Seedlings smaller, branches slender, internodes shortened; foliage early whitish light green, later normal but light green virescent; fruits variably egg shaped.  Morph 
ovi--oviformis ovi1Broad, keeled, more crenate pinnae; long oval fruit.  MorphRAD
p--peach  Denser and more persistent pubescence of fruit epidermis, imparting a dull appearance to the fruit surface; herbage also more pubescent and showing a blue-gray cast; classification not good under arid field conditions.2LMorphSPON
p2peach nor^3Dull-colored fruit epidermis, from mature green to ripe. Phenotype similar to nor^2, but pericarp more pink-colored and skin less strong, possibly equivalent to nor.2LMorphSPON
pa--parva pa1Very small plant; few side shoots; short internodes; small leaves and pinnae.  Morph 
pa-2--parva-2 pa1, pa2Small, nearly unbranched, erect plant; firm leaves, weakly curved upwards.  MorphRAD
paf--pauciflora paf1Fewer flowers per inflorescence; small plant and pinnae.  Morph 
pai--pseudoanthocyanin incomplete  Strong purple of hypocotyls fades shortly after germination to dusky green but returns to positive level by flowering time.  Morph 
pal--pallida  Light green color; paler corolla; plant size variable; foliage color dominant.  MorphRAD
pap--paupercula  Seedlings typical praematura, plants reaching 1/3-2/5 praematura size; branching variably reduced; susceptible to wilting from flowering on.  MorphRAD
par--parca par1Smaller, weakly branched, half erect plant; fewer boat-shaped to involuted pinnae, purplish ventrally.  Morph 
pas--pallescens pas1Small plant; dull light green foliage.  MorphRAD
pas-2--pallescens-2 pas2Small, narrow, light green, keeled pinnae.  Morph 
pat--parthenocarpic fruit  Fruit mostly parthenocarpic, with some seed set, especially in late season; anthers reduced, but pollen viability normal.3LMorphCHEM
pat-2--parthenocarpic fruit-2  Parthenocarpic fruit.  MorphSPON
pat-3--parthenocarpic fruit-3  Parthenocarpic fruit; expression dependent on prevention of pollination and fertilization; requires pat-4.  MorphSPON
pat-4--parthenocarpic fruit-4  Parthenocapric fruit; only expressed when pollination and fertilization are prevented; requires pat-3.  MorphSPON
pau--pauper  Plants tiny, weak, and unbranched; tend to die before fruiting; marked reciprocal graft influence with normal.3SMorphRAD
pc--precocious centromere division  Centromeres divide prematurely in meiosis starting in anaphase I and completed in all by prophase II; completely pollen sterile, highly egg sterile.  Morph 
pca-2--proclinata-2 pca2Smaller, dainty plant; short, light gray-green leaves; full-sized flowers.  Morph 
Pch+Photoperiodic chlorosis  Chlorosis under constant illumination; apparently in all L. esculentum; dominant absence allele in other species.  Morph 
pct--polycot  Multiple cotyledons, smaller leaves with fewer segments, entire margins, grayish, strongly convex, deep veined. Stunted growth. Inflorescence large, compound, epinastic. Flowers fasciated. Corolla segments narrow.9SMorphSPON
pcv--polychrome variegated  Fine striated variegation for white, green and various intensities of gray-green on distorted leaves.11LMorphSPON
pd--pigment diluter  Reduces plant chlorophyll and fruit pigment, the latter by 50%.  Morph 
pdc--pudica  Seedling very retarded and dark colored; cotyledons and first true leaves plicate, arched and hooded; mature plant greatly retarded; leaves narrow, strongly plicate, and tips acute.3SMorphCHEM
pds--phosphorus deficiency syndrome Ph-oidDevelopment retarded; leaves reduced, distorted, blotched dull yellow green and flushed with anthocyanin.6SMorphSPON
pdw--pale dwarf  Plant small; leaves pale yellow, not turning green.7 MorphSPON
pe--sticky peel  Sticky fruit epidermis.1 MorphSPON
pe2sticky peel pe-2Phenotype similar to pe (sticky fruit epidermis); waxy fruit.1 MorphSPON
pen--pendens  Broadly spreading, drooping, glossy, and yellowish pinnae.2LMorphRAD
per--perviridis  Leaves darker green, dropping early, anthocyanin strong; very small, slow-growing plants.1 MorphRAD
pet--penetrabile pet-2, pet2Plant small, stocky shoots; short internodes and leaves; rugose pinnae; heterozygote intermediate at season's end. Note: leaves broad and round.11SMorphRAD
pf--parviflora  Plants reach half normal size; internodes and leaves shortened; leaf segments small, narrow, keeled, dark grey-green; branch tips purplish; flowers smaller, petioles narrow and slightly paler.  Morph 
pg--pale green pg329Cotyledons first pale yellow, turn gray-green, which is mature plant color; slow growing.  Morph 
pg-2--pale green-2 pg2, pa, pg390Cotyledons and leaves pale-green.  Morph 
pg-3--pale green-3 pg3, pl, pg391Cotyledons pale gray-green; leaves fading to dull yellow color.  Morph 
Pgdh-1--6-Phosphogluconate dehydrogenase-1   4SIsozymeSPON
Pgdh-216-Phosphogluconate dehydrogenase-2   12LIsozymeSPON
Pgdh-316-Phosphogluconate dehydrogenase-3   5SIsozymeSPON
Pgi-11Phosphoglucoisomerase-1   12 IsozymeSPON
Pgi-12Phosphoglucoisomerase-1   12 IsozymeSPON
Pgm-11Phosphoglucomutase-1   3SIsozymeSPON
Pgm-21Phosphoglucomutase-2   4LIsozymeSPON
Ph--Phytophthora infestans resistance PiT, TR1Resistant to Phytophthora infestans race T:0, susceptible to race T:0.7 DiseaseSPON
Ph-2--Phytophthora infestans resistance-2  Phytophthora infestans resistance.10LDiseaseSPON
Ph-3--Phytophthora infestans resistance-3   9LDisease 
Phf--Phytophthora infestans field resistance  Incompletely dominant.  Disease 
Phf-2--Phytophthora infestans field resistance2  Incompletely dominant.  Disease 
phyB2--phytochrome B2  In combination with phyB1 (tri), increases internodes are elongated and leaves are chlorotic; alone, phenotype is normal..5LMorphRAD
pi--pistillate  Only vestiges of stamens present; calyx and corolla segments slender, elongate, strap shaped, and unequal in size; pistil distorted in varying fashion; small, extra locules usually present; inflorescences indeterminate; no pollen produced, and high ovule sterility.  MorphSPON
pi-2--pistillate-2  Plant size and vigor reduced; inflorescences tending to abort; flowers small with only calyx and pistil; calyx subnormal, tightly adpressed to pistil; female fertility and/or fruit set affected.  MorphCHEM
pic--picta  Leaves at first normal green, later turning yellowish then brown necrotic above, some eventually brown below.  MorphRAD
pic-2--picta-2 pic2Young pinnae with marginal necrotic flecking, later more numerous.  Morph 
pic-3--picta-3 pic3Plant diminutive in all parts; pinnae light yellow-green turning necrotic at tips, dying early.  Morph 
pic-4--picta-4 pic4Scattered necrotic flecks on smaller, light gray to olive green pinnae.  Morph 
pin--pinnosa pin1Small, flat bush; short internodes, leaves; keeled, sometimes yellowish, light green pinnae.  Morph 
pl--perlucida pl1Light green, narrow pinnae, yellowing prematurely.7LMorphRAD
pla--plana  Small plant, stiff when young, yellowish to light green leaves darker veins.9LMorphRAD
pla-2--plana-2 pla2Longer hypocotyl; larger cotyledons and pinnae.  Morph 
pli--plicata  All parts small; leaves dark, yellowish, plicate; strong anthocyanin.3 MorphRAD
pli-2--plicata-2 pli2Small, lax bush; slender shoots, short internodes; smaller gray-green pinnae.  Morph 
pm--praematura pm1Small plant; dainty, shorter, sometimes yellowish leaves; fruit ripen early.  MorphRAD
pm-2--praematura-2 pm2Short internodes; small, rounded, crowded, dark green pinnae; fruit ripen early.  Morph 
pma--praemortua  Plants reach 1/4 normal size, weakly branched; leaves reduced; starting at flowering: stem epidermis becomes dry; brown, silvery, leaves gradually necrose; fruit set good for plant size.  Morph 
Pn--Punctate  Heavy anthocyanin accumulation at base of large trichomes on upper leaf surface.8LMorphSPON
pol--polylopha  Short internodes; leaves plicate and twisted; fruit flat and fasciated.  MorphRAD
pol-2--polyopha-2 pol2Main, lateral shoots end in large branched inflorescence with large, fasciated central flower; fruit flattened 4 to 9 locules.  Morph 
Pox--Poxed fruit     MorphSPON
pp--polyphylla pp1Longer, more divided, lighter-colored leaves, micromutation.  MorphRAD
ppa--purpurea  In early stages indistinguishable from elu; as fruits set, becomes distinguishable by its high anthocyanin content.  MorphRAD
ppa2purpurea  In early stages indistinguishable from elu; as fruits set, becomes distinguishable by its high anthocyanin content.  MorphRAD
ppi--paucipinnata  Plants always retarded, weakly branched, shortened internodes; leaves often with 1 pair of segments, acuminate, slightly keeled; reduced fruit set.  Morph 
pr--propeller  Cotyledons propeller like; true leaves greatly modified: leaf lamina narrow, twisted, and mottled.1 MorphRAD
pra--praeclusa  Cotyledons short, broad, bent downwards on strong hypocotyls; plants(seen only in greenhouse) of variable height 10-40 cm; habit upright with no branches; leaves extremely foreshortened and crupled with 1-2 partial segments, dark green, strongly blistered and curled; inflorescence greatly reduced; no fruit set; maintained via heterozygotes; resembles Cu.  Morph 
pra-2--praeclusa-2  Plant always severely retarded, reaching 10-20 cm, unbranched, seem very thick; leaves and cotyledons small, dark green, leaves very rugose; no inflorescences seen; maintained via heterozygotes.  Morph 
prc--procumbens  Shortened internodes and leaves; rugose leaves lightly mottled yellow.6 MorphRAD
prc-2--procumbens-2 prc2Older stems become prostrate.  Morph 
prc-3--procumbens-3 prc3Prostrate cushiony plant; elongated leaves with fewer long stalked pinnae.  Morph 
pre--pressa  Plants attain 1/3 height; habit weakly branched, semi-erect and slender; angle of leaf emergence very narrow; leaves very short, segments relatively coarse and plicate; fruit development reduced.  MorphRAD
pro--procera  More rapid growth rate; few foliolules, larger segments entire. Tall, slender, weak plant. Increases internode length, the number of internodes before the first inflorescence and the total number of internodes.11SMorphRAD
prt--protea prt1Smaller plant, variably reduced; pinnae keeled, pale-yellow, partly shiny, leathery.  MorphRAD
prun--prunoidea  All parts, particularly fruit, are elongated; traits weakly dominant.2LMorphRAD
prun-2--prunoidea-2 prun2Elongated hypocotyl internodes, leaves, fruit; very lax habit.  Morph 
Prx-11Peroxidase-1   1SIsozymeSPON
Prx-12Peroxidase-1   1SIsozymeSPON
Prx-13Peroxidase-1   1SIsozymeSPON
Prx-14Peroxidase-1   1SIsozymeSPON
Prx-15Peroxidase-1   1SIsozymeSPON
Prx-1nPeroxidase-1   1SIsozymeSPON
Prx-21Peroxidase-2   2LIsozymeSPON
Prx-23Peroxidase-2   2LIsozymeSPON
Prx-2nPeroxidase-2   2LIsozymeSPON
Prx-31Peroxidase-3   2LIsozymeSPON
Prx-32Peroxidase-3   2LIsozymeSPON
Prx-3a1Peroxidase-3   2LIsozymeSPON
Prx-3nPeroxidase-3   2LIsozymeSPON
Prx-3a1Peroxidase-3a     Isozyme 
Prx-41Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-410Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-411Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-412Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-413Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-414Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-415Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-416Peroxidase-4   10SIsozyme 
Prx-417Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-418Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-419Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-42Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-420Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-421Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-422Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-423Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-43Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-44Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-45Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-46Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-47Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-48Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-49Peroxidase-4   10SIsozymeSPON
Prx-6--Peroxidase-6   3 Isozyme 
Prx-71Peroxidase-7   3SIsozymeSPON
Prx-72Peroxidase-7   3SIsozymeSPON
Prx-7nPeroxidase-7   3SIsozymeSPON
Prx-7anPeroxidase-7a     Isozyme 
ps--positional sterile vaEssentially cleistogamous in respect to opening of the corolla; corolla normal in color and probably also in size, but segments are so tightly bound in dorsal grooves of the anthers, into which they normally fold in the bud, that they do not ordinarily unfurl; stomia of the anthers usually do not open during the life of the flower, thereby preventing self pollination; pollen of normal viability; depending onf the genotypic background and environmental conditions, occasional flowers may open or set fruit from sefl-pollination.2LMorphSPON
psprov2positional sterileprovisional 2psCorolla does not unfurl; pollen is not shed.2LMorphSPON
ps-2--positional sterile-2  Positional sterile flowers; pollen is not shed. .4SMorphSPON
psa--perspicua  Plants attain 1/2-3/4 normal size; early leaves pale light green; pinnae bent strongly upwards and more serrate, exposing undersides; distinctive yellowish light green color with exposed pale green lower surface.  MorphRAD
pst--persistent style  Style adnate to fruit throughout development; fruit becomes strongly beaked.7SMorphSPON
psu--paucisurcata  Plant small, almost without branches; internodes and leaves strongly shrotened; leaf segments very small, light keeled, dull grey-green; flowers small; fruit set variably low.  Morph 
pt--petite  Small, slow-growing chlorotic plants; light green cotyledons; frequently tricot or bifid.  MorphRAD
pt-4--pseudo-triplo-4  Resembles triplo-4 in dainty habit, elongate leaf and flower parts; differs in defective flowers.11SMorphSPON
pta--partiaria  Seedling and plant habit normal; leaf segments narrow, dainty with deeper serration and plicate, tending to be pendant; foliolules more abundant.  MorphRAD
ptb--protuberant  Stylar end of mature fruit protuberant.  MorphSPON
Pto--Pseudomonas syringae pv tomato resis.  Resistance to Pseudomonas syringae pv. Tomato, race zero sensitive to insecticide Fenthion.5LDiseaseSPON
Pto2Pseudomonas syringae pv tomato resis.  Resistance to Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato.5LDiseaseSPON
PtohPseudomonas syringae pv tomato resis.hirsutum Resistance to Pseudomonas syringae without Fenthion sensitivity5LDiseaseSPON
PtoPto-2Pseudomonas syringae pv tomato resis. Pto-2Resistance to Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato.5LDiseaseSPON
Pts--Petroselinum  Leaves resemble plain parsley foliage in being excessively divided (to the 3rd and 4th order in homozygotes, heterozygotes are intermediate).6LMorphSPON
ptu--punctulata  Bushy habit with slightly shorter internodes; cotyledons and primary leaves are light green with white-green background; foliage dull light grey-green, yellow-light green virescent with fine white-yellow spots; shoot tips bluish.  Morph 
pu--pulvinata pulShortened internodes, stronger branching; elongate cotyledons; leaflets broad and much divided.  MorphRAD
pu2pulvinata pu2Shortened internodes, stronger branching; elongate cotyledons; leaflets broad and much divided.  MorphRAD
pum--pumila  Tiny, dainty plant with few or no branches; slow growth rate.9LMorphRAD
pun--punctata pun1Smaller plant, variably branched; narrow, keeled, firm pinnae, mostly finely variegated or mottled in light to dark-green.  MorphRAD
pun-2--punctata-2 pun2Pinnae, filiform, thick, gray-green.  Morph 
pur--purilla  Plants much retarded, erect, and little branched; leaf edges yellow with normal green veins.  MorphRAD
purgrapurillagracilisgraVery small, unbranched, delicate plants; much reduced leaves yellowing at margins.  MorphRAD
pus--pustulata pus1Strongly rugose, broad, rounded pinnae; stutdy, erect bush; dark green foliage at all stages  Morph 
pv--pulviniformis  Plants reach 1/4 to 1/3 pm size, habit cushion like via controlled growth of side shoots; leaves shortened, older ones prematurely yellowing, later drying; young stems normal, developing brown. sunken spots later.  Morph 
pvs--parvistata  Plants always small, reaching 1/4 normal size; internodes and leaves shortened, leaf segments small, bright, dark green below; shoot tips bluish with anthocyanin.  Morph 
px--praecox px1Lax, spreading plant; small pinnae; larger, earlier fruit.  MorphRAD
py--pyramidalis  Cotyledons wider, hypocotyl shorter; plants reach 2/3 normal height; habit first upright, weakly branched, later becoming pyrimidal, leaves at this time are irregularly epinastic; terminal segments broader; foliage color shiny dark yellowish.  MorphRAD
pyl--Pyrenochaeta lycopersici resistance py, py-1Resistance to corky root; heterozygote intermediate, varies with environment.3SDiseaseSPON
r--yellow flesh  Yellow color of ripe fruit flesh; synthesis of lycopene is inhibited; associated with paler corolla color, which often affords a satisfactory classification at flowering stage.3SMorphSPON
r(1s)yellow flesh r^2Yellow color of ripe fruit flesh.3SMorphSPON
r(2s)yellow flesh r^3, r-2, r2Yellow fruit flesh; lighter yellow flowers.3SMorphRAD
rprov4yellow fleshprovisional 4rYellow color of ripe fruit flesh.3SMorphSPON
rprov5yellow fleshprovisional 5rYellow color of ripe fruit flesh.3SMorphSPON
ryyellow fleshreddish yellowryLikely allele of r with reddish flesh tones in ripe fruit3SMorph 
ra--rava  Leaves down curled and gray-green; larger trichomes longer and silky.4LMorphRAD
ra2rava griSmall plant; leaves small, strongly recurved dorsally, light yell to gray-green; trichomes longer.4LMorphRAD
ra-2--rava-2 ra2Cotyledons heavily dotted in white; purplish hypocotyl; smaller lax plant.  Morph 
ram--ramosissima ram1Variably branched inflorescence; proportionately reduced all other plant parts.  Morph 
ran--ranificans ran1Slender shoots, pinnae, petals; variably branched inflorescence.  Morph 
rc--rolled cotyledons  Retarded growth; cotyledons uprolled.  Morph 
rd--reduced  In greenhouse plants grow normally to about 30 cm height; thereafter grow slowly or not at all; intolerant of field conditions.  MorphSPON
re--reptans  Seedlings inclined from epicotyl, mature plants recumbent; elongate internodes; less branched.8SMorphRAD
rea--repleta rea1Plant denser; crowded pinnae on shorter leaves of light yellow-green.  Morph 
ref--refrenata ref1Strongly retarded growth; sturdy shoots; short leaves; small, narrow pinnae.  Morph 
rela--relaxata  Lax open habit; tiny plants; light green yellow tinged leaves; heterozygotes intermediate color.9 MorphRAD
rep--repens  Strong creeping tendency even in seedling; less branching; shortened, prematurely dying leaves.  MorphRAD
rep-2--repens-2  Early growth typical spl; from flowering on, all parts develop plagiotropecally, exposing fruits, which ripen earlier than normal.  MorphRAD
rep-3--repens-3  Plants reach 1/3 normal size, weakly branched and plagiotropic, internodes and leaves shortened; foliage light grey-green; leaves necrose prematurely; fruits relatively large.  Morph 
res--restricta res1Smaller, squarrose bush; yellowish light-green, boat-shaped pinnae, purplish ventrally.10LMorphRAD
Rg-1--Regeneration-1  High shoot regeneration capacity from callus cultures established from root explants.3SMorphSPON
Rg-2--Regeneration-2  High shoot regeneration capacity.3 MorphSPON
ri--ridged rlRidged leaves; retarded growth of shoots and roots.6 MorphRAD
ria--rigidula ria1Smaller plant; stiff, yellowish young leaves turn dark-green later.7LMorphRAD
ria2rigidula ria1^2Smaller, stiff, compact plant; erect sideshoots; young pinnae keeled to involuted light yellow-green, dark veins, purplish below.7LMorphRAD
rig--rigida  Plant small, rigidly erect when young; leaves yellowish, and darkening later.8LMorphRAD
rig2rigida pca, pca1Small, lax, spreading plant; pinnae keeled, yellowish to light-green; early flowereing, ripeninging; heterozygote recognizable.8LMorphRAD
rig-2--rigida-2  Plant small, rigidly erect when young; leaves yellowish, and darkening later.   RAD
rin--ripening inhibitor  Fruits green at maturity, later turning bright yellow, retarded ripening.5LMorphSPON
rl--radial cracking resistance raResistance of fruit to radial cracking.  MorphSPON
ro--rosette  Internodes extremely short, inducing rosette plant heart; no flowers, but vistigial buds formed on older plants; height 6 inches or less; reduced branching of root system, producing a single tap root; leaflets narrower than normal.2LMorphRAD
roa--rotundata roa1Small plant; short internodes, leaves; broad, rounded, rugose, light gray-green pinnae.  MorphRAD
roa-2--rotundata-2 roa2Rounded, slightly rugose pinnae; shortened leaves    
rot--rotundifolia  Short internodes; short, broad, rugose leaves.7LMorphRAD
rot-2--rotundifolia-2 rot2Small plant; short internodes, sidshoots; small, broad pinnae, nearly round.  Morph 
rpa--repetita  Seedling size variable; plants weak, attaining 1/3 size; habit weakly branched, upright; leaves highly divided, each main segment equivalent to a normal leaf, early color dull grey-green, becoming normal later.  Morph 
Rs--Root suppressed  Greatly restricted or no root development.4 MorphRAD
rt--potato virus Y resistance  Resistance to potato virus Y.  DiseaseSPON
rtd--retarded dwarf  Small plant of slow growth; mature leaves drooping.  MorphSPON
ru--ruptilis  Leaflets narrow, keeled, dull light green, darker veined; heterozygote variably intermediate.3SMorphRAD
ruprov2ruptilisprovisional 2ruLeaflets narrow, keeled, dull light green, darker veined; heterozygote temporarily intermediate.3SMorphCHEM
rust--rustica  Dwarf plants with short internodes; leaves broad, and blunt with fewer segments.8LMorphRAD
rust-2--rustica-2 rust2Small, lax bush; fewer, rounded pinnae.  Morph 
rv--reticulate virescent  Cotyledons and new leaves pale with dark veins, turning to normal green with age.3LMorphSPON
rv-2--reticulate virescent-2  Cotyledons light green; leaves yellowish with green veins.  MorphCHEM
rv-4--reticulate virescent-4  Sharply defined virescence- yellowish color of the immature leaves strongly contrasted with dark green network of the veins; seedling retarded.  MorphSPON
rvt--red vascular tissue  Vascular tissue deep red in roots and stems.1LMorphSPON
rx-1--    1LDisease 
rx-2--    1LDisease 
s--compound inflorescence  Inflorescence branches excessively, resulting in a large hemispherical mass of 80 or more flowers and buds; inflorescence appears at every sixth node, instead of every third in normal genotypes.2LMorphSPON
smultcompound inflorescencemultifloramultGreatly increased number of flowers per inflorescence.2LMorphRAD
sa--sphacelata sa1Small plant; light yellowish leaves, developing necrotic lesions ventrally or on pinnae tips; environmentally sensitive.  MorphRAD
sar--squarrulosa sar1Small plant, somewhat squarrose and slender branched.  MorphRAD
scf--scurfy  Striated, scurfy cotyledons.1LMorphSPON
scl--seasonal chlorotic lethal  Cotyledons pale yellow, sometimes grooved; lethal in early stages except for recovery in mid summer.8LMorphSPON
sco--scopulina  Plants reach 3/4 normal size, erect, bushy, thick coarse branches, internodes and leaves shortened; leaf segments large, broad, very wavy and rugose; fastigiate inflorescences resemble broom.  Morph 
sd--sun dwarf  Exposed leaves are greatly stunted, internodes less than 1 cm; stems somewhat constricted above the nodes, showing a brownish discoloration at first, scar tissue later; new shoots from base of plant grown normally until they break through the thick canopy of foliage; net effect on the whole plant is general stunting and extremely compact growth; growth is entirely normal throughout fall, winter and early spring, but during the rest of the year, phenotype is well expressed, at least under high light conditions; heterozygote is intermediate, but sometimes difficult to distinguish from +.5LMorphSPON
sd-2--sun dwarf-2  Very short, scarred internodes in high light intensity; heterozygotes usually intermediate.  Morph 
sd-3--sun dwarf-3  Interacts with sd-2 and br to yield birdsnest phenotype.  Morph 
sdt--semideterminate habit  Semideterminate habit in background of sp/sp.  MorphSPON
Se--Septoria lycopersici resistance  Resistance to Septoria lycopersici.  DiseaseSPON
sem--semiglobosa  Smaller, compact plant; very short internodes; small dark leaves.  MorphRAD
sem-2--semiglobosa-2 sem2Smaller plant, leaves, pinnae; short internodes.  Morph 
ser--serpentina ser1Curved shoots, leaves inflorescences.  Morph 
ser-2--serpentina-2  Seedlings normal; plant size almost normal; all vegetative parts, paricularly midveins and petioles irregularly elongated, resulting in twisting.  Morph 
ses--semisterilis ses1Smaller, erect, nearly unbranched plant; thick, yellowish, light gray-green leaves; weakly fertile in greenhouse, unchanged on normal graft stock.1SMorphRAD
sf--solanifolia  Primary leaves entire; segments of later leaves entire and folded; filiform calyx and corolla; fruit shape often modified.3LMorphSPON
sfwlsolanifoliawrinkled leafwl, wrPrimary leaves entire; segments of later leaves entire and folded; filiform calyx and corolla. Leaf margin finely wrinkled; flower parts small and distorted.3LMorphCHEM
sfa--sufflaminata sfa1Usually smaller, weakly branched plant; yellowish to yellow-green, involuted pinnae, purplish ventrally; slight F1 seedling heterosis.1LMorphRAD
sfa2sufflaminata parUsually smaller, weakly branched plant; yellowish to yellow-green, involuted pinnae, purplish ventrally; slight F1 seedling heterosis.1LMorphRAD
sft--single flower truss  Reduced number of flowers per inflorescence, reduced number of inflorescences; indeterminate inflorescence; flowering is delayed; only a few inflorescences develop, before reverting to indeterminate vegetative branches that infrequently produce single fertile flowers.3 MorphSPON
sh--sherry  Fruit flesh yellow with reddish tinge.10 MorphRAD
sha--short anthers  Upper portion of anthers aborted; stigma protruding. Plant and seeds of low viability.  MorphCHEM
si--sinuata  Small plant, proportionately reduced; wavy, yellow-green leaves.4LMorphRAD
sig-1--signal transduction-1 JL1Deficient for production of proteinase inhibitor II in leaves following wounding  IsozymeCHEM
sig-2--signal transduction-2 JL5Deficient for production of proteinase inhibitor II in leaves following wounding  IsozymeCHEM
sit--sitiens  Leaves overwilting and becoming necrotic; plant small and very weak in field; leaves short and down-curled, .1SMorphRAD
Skdh-11Shikimic acid dehydrogenase-1   1LIsozymeSPON
sl--stamenless  Stamens usually reduced to mere vestiges adherent to the pistil; in the winter greenhouse stamens with normal pollen may appear; radial roughenings on the fruit surface attributed to adnation of stamens in early stages; fertile as female parent.4LMorphSPON
sl2stamenless sl2Nearly stamenless, anthers much distorted4LMorph 
sl3stamenless sl3Nearly stamenless, anthers much distorted; Like sl:2 except for greater anther development4LMorph 
sl4stamenless sl4Nearly stamenless, anthers much distorted; Like sl:2 except anthers nearly normal in winter greenhouse4LMorph 
slcsstamenlesscorollalesscs, sl^5, sl5Corolla and androecium sepaloid, stigma irregular and protruding.4LMorphSPON
sl-2--stamenless-2 sl2Stamens abortive or absent; fruit form modified. Same general features as sl except for subnormal stamens.  MorphSPON
slx--serrate lax leaf  Drooping, elongate, serrate leaves. Unknown variety from Romania.  MorphSPON
Sm--Stemphyllium resistance  Resistance to Stemphylium solani.11LDiseaseSPON
sms--small seed  Endosperm almost absent; testa thin and transparent; reduced germination.  Morph 
sn--singed  Epidermal hairs smaller; trichomes crooked, curved and otherwise distorted.9 MorphSPON
snt--Snout snPersistant style (beaked fruit)  MorphSPON
so--soluta  Plant size normal, habit loose; pinnae narrow, pointed, deeply serrate, margins slightly elevated; similar to prunoidea but with normal fruits.  MorphRAD
Sod-11Superoxide dismutase-1   11 IsozymeSPON
Sod-21Superoxide dismutase-2   1LIsozymeSPON
sp--self-pruning  Plant habit determinate; the position of the inflorescences varies greatly within and between plants in respect to whether they recur every internode or every second internode; plants cover a much smaller space than do normal ones, but cover it more densely.6LMorphSPON
sp+self-pruning  Indeterminate growth habit.6LMorphSPON
spDself-pruningDominant Dominant allele; severe determinate growth habit; homozygous lethal. Radiation induced in Stupicka polni ranna.6LMorph 
spprov2self-pruningprovisional 2 Plant habit determinate.6LMorphRAD
spa--sparsa  Plant size reduced; leaves emerge yellow-green, becoming blotched whitish yellow-green.8SMorphRAD
spe--splendida spe1Small plant; shiny, yellowish foliage; older leaves darker than younger ones.  MorphRAD
Spf--Superpuff  Extremely puffy, hollow locules and bell pepper shaped fruit.  Morph 
Spf-2--Superpuff-2  Extremely puffy, hollow locules and bell pepper shaped fruit.  Morph 
sph--sphaerica  Smaller, spherical bush; short internodes; older leaves firm, dark green, and shiny.  MorphRAD
Spi2Sympodial index  Sympodial index-two nodes. An average of 2 leaves between successive inflorescences.  MorphSPON
spl--splendens spl1Shiny, yellowish to light green, boat-shaped, rugose pinnae.4LMorphRAD
spl-2--splendens-2 spl2Lax, flat bush; short leaves; small, narrow, pointed, keeled, crowded pinnae.  Morph 
spl-3--splendens-3 spl3Flat, dense bush; narrow, pointed, keeled pinnae.  Morph 
spl-4--splendens-4  Distinctive seedling resembling spl; interveinal areas brilliant yellow; leaf margins tend to roll inward especially near growing point.8LMorphSPON
squa--squarrosa  Small, very weak plants of squarrose habit, few branches; small, pale gray-green leaves; heterozygote intermediate in color and size.  MorphRAD
squa-2--spuarrosa-2 squa2Narrow, light green cotyledons; diminutive plant, leaves, and pinnae.  Morph 
sr--slender stem smStem slender, stiff, upright, with few branches; leaves elongate, blue-green, with few segments.  MorphRAD
sru--subristica  Growth always retarded, plants reaching half normal size; cotyledons short, rounded and blunt; heavily branched, internodes shortened; leaf segments broad, ovate, slightly rugose, and dark green.  Morph 
ss--spongy seed  Smooth but spongy seed surface.  MorphRAD
st--sterile  Completely sterile; plants later become purple.  Morph 
sta--stabilis  Seedlings normal with marked later reduction in growth, plants reaching 1/3 pm size; habit small round bush, internodes being proportionately much more foreshortened than leaves and strongly branched.  MorphRAD
stam--staminodea  Staminoid petals; anther tips free and more slender.  Morph 
ste--sterilis  Smaller plant; numerous, rugose, smaller pinnae; many flower buds, often aborting; weak fruit and seed set.  MorphRAD
str--striata str1Pinnae with downward rolled margins and finely dotted in yellow early, turning green later except at base.  Morph 
stri--stricta  Rigid upright growth; broader blistered leaves.  MorphRAD
stri-2--stricta-2 stri2Larger plant, leaves, pinnae; stocky stems.  Morph 
stri-3--stricta-3 stri3Larger, dark to strong green pinnae, margins rolled upwards.  Morph 
stri-4--stricta-4 stri4Large, stocky bush; rounded, rugose, moderately dark green pinnae.  Morph 
stu--stunted  Very slow growth; strong anthocyanin.  MorphSPON
su--suffulta  Leaves deeply veined, yellow-tinged; fruit cluster upright; strong anthocyanin.4LMorphRAD
su2suffulta exaLeaves deeply veined, yellow-tinged; fruit cluster upright; strong anthocyanin.4LMorphRAD
su3suffulta diRachis very short, leaf color yellowish gray-green; stems white, streaked green.4LMorphRAD
sunisuffultanitidadi^ni, niLeaves long-petioled with dainty, deeply cut segments4LMorphRAD
sua--suffusa  Small, broad plant; paler leaves, yellowing prematurely.  MorphRAD
sua-2--suffusa-2 sua2Small, keeled, light green pinnae; branched inflorescences.  Morph 
sub--subtilis  Tiny plant with short internodes, fastigiate habit; narrow acute leaf segments.11LMorphRAD
suc--succedanea  Small, weakly branched, erect plant; short, firm leaves, yellowing prematurely.  MorphRAD
sucr--sucrose accumulator TIV1Accumulates predominantly sucrose in mature fruit, rather than glucose and fructose.3 MorphSPON
suf--sufflava  Uniform light green color.2LMorphRAD
suf-2--sufflava-2 suf2Larger, lighter cotyledons; small plant and leaves.  Morph 
sul--suckerless  reduced side-shoot formation; often a few basal shoots are produced. Inflor. With 1 - 2 flowers only.    
sulfpurasulfureapura Cotyledons greenish yellow, turning pale yellow; true leaves yellow; lethal unless grafted on normal stock.2SMorphRAD
sulfvagsulfureavariegata Leaves variegated green-white; some homozygotes lethal unless grafted2SMorphRAD
sun--Sun1642 fruit shape  Elongated fruit shape, from Sun1642.7SMorphSPON
sun+Sun1642 fruit shape  Wild type allele for round fruit7SMorphSPON
suo--subrotunda suo1Many slender side shoots; very small, irregularly rounded, dark gray-green pinnae.  Morph 
sup--superba  Seedlings normal, plants later becoming strongly upright and elongated; strong mainstem and petioles; leaf sefments large, coarse, and blistered, dark, and shiny.  MorphRAD
sur-2--suberosa-2 sur2Necrotic flecks on the deformed whitish cotyledons and older pinnae.  Morph 
Sus--Subsistens  Growth variably suppressed; few or no branches; varied meiotic abnormalities; homozygous lethal.  Morph 
SwaSpotted wilt resistance  Reisistance to strains spotted wilt TB, N, and R.  Disease 
SwbSpotted wilt resistance  Resistance to spotted wilt strain TB2.  Disease 
sw-2--spotted wilt resistance-2 sw2Resistance to Sw strains TB:1, N:2, R:2, and R:3.  Disease 
sw-3--spotted wilt resistance-3 sw3Reistance to SW strains R:2,R:3, and M:2.  Disease 
sw-4--spotted wilt resistance-4 sw4Resistance to Sw strains M:1 and M:2.  Disease 
Sw-5--Spotted wilt resistance-5  Resistance to to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus. From L. peruvianum.9LDiseaseSPON
Sw-7--Spotted wilt resistance-7  Resistance to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus.  DiseaseSPON
Sx--Sepal extender sxElongated sepals; heterozygote intermediate.  Morph 
sy--sunny yeCotyledons green bleaching to yellow; yellow virescent.3SMorphRAD
syprov1sunny  Yellow cotyledons, growing point.3SMorphSPON
syv--spotted yellow virescent  Bright yellow virescent; fine whitish speckling on mature leaves; can turn necrotic.4SMorphSPON
t--tangerine  Tangerine or rich orange color of fruit flesh; pleiotropic on flower color, causing suffusion of an orange tone over the anthers.10LMorphSPON
t2tangerine t1^2Yellowish growing point; light green foliage; resembles t in flower an fruit color10LMorph 
tmictangerine  Fruit phenotype similar to original tangerine allele; also accumulates prolycopene in leaves.10LMorphRAD
tvtangerinevirescent Furit and flower color typical of t; irregular yellowing near growing point.10LMorphRAD
ta--tarda  Smaller, dainty plant; leaves reduced, glossy, gray-green.  MorphRAD
tab--tabescens  Normal seedling growth followed by severe stunting; leaves irregular, yellow-green, violet veined with necrotic specklings.11SMorphRAD
tc--turbinate corolla  Plant smaller; petal tips turbinate.  MorphCHEM
te--terminata te1Determinate growth; fasciated inflorescences, flowers, and fruit.  MorphRAD
tem--tempestiva tem1Small plant, short internodes, leaf midribs; involuted pinnae, lighter with darker veins.  MorphRAD
ten--tenuis  Very slow growth; leaves light green, reticulated with whitish yellow veins.10LMorphRAD
tf--trifoliate ct, triFirst leaves narrower and more entire than normal and with a characteristic rough texture; leaves above the 5th position usually with only three segments at the end of a very long petiole; internodes short, branches few; plant has a stiff, upright appearance; pedicels and peduncles reduced in length; unfruitful, but can be used as male or female parent.5LMorphSPON
tf2trifoliate triLeaf usually with only three segments, petiole elongate.5LMorphRAD
ti--tiny plant  Plant about 1/4 normal size; stiff leaves and branches.  MorphSPON
tl--thiaminless  Cotyledons normal; leaves small, yellow, developing green veins, and dying prematurely; lethal; viable and normal if fed thiamine.6SMorphSPON
tl2thiaminless  Similar to original tl. Heterozygotes have an intermediate phenotype.6SMorphCHEM
Tm--Tobacco mosaic virus resistance  Moderate level resistance to TMV.2 DiseaseSPON
Tm-2--Tobacco mosaic virus resistance-2 Tm2High-level resistance to many strains of tobacco mosaic virus.9LDiseaseSPON
Tm-2aTobacco mosaic virus resistance-2 Tm-2^2High-level resistance to many strains of tobacco mosaic virus.9LDiseaseSPON
tmf--terminating flower  First inflorescence with single, abnormal flower; lateral branches have normal inflorescences.1 MorphSPON
tn--tenera  Plants attain 1/3 typical size; habit erect, rarely branching; stems slender; foliage color dark green early, becoming irregular with variable anthocyanin content later.  MorphRAD
Tor--Tortilis  Coiled or downrolled cotyledons, leaves, or petals.  MorphRAD
tp--tripinnate leaf  Leaves tripinnately compound; retarded growth.8LMorphRAD
Tpi-21Triosephosphate isomerase-2   4SIsozymeSPON
tr--truncata tr1Smaller, weak plant; short, gray-green leaves, yellowing prematurely.  MorphRAD
tr-2--truncata-2 tr2Blue-green seedlings; smaller plant, leaves, pinnae; older leaves dying prematurely.  Morph 
tri1temporarily red light insensitive phyB1Insensitive to red light for up to 2 days; hypocotyls elongated and cotyledons reduced compared to wild type.1SMorphCHEM
trs--tristis  Seedlings 1/4 normal size; leaves narrow, plicate and strongly pendant.8 MorphCHEM
tu--tumida  Plants reach 1/3-2/3 normal size, fewer branches; main stem bent at nodes, which are swollen; cotyledons and leaves deformed, wavy, blistered; petals and sepals narrow, wavy, and anther often fringed.  Morph 
tur--turgida  Growth retarded at all stages; branching strong, internodes shortened, dense bush habit; leaf segments long petioled, light yellowish margins; flowers smaller.  Morph 
Ty-1--TYLCV resistance-1  Tolerant to TYLCV.6 DiseaseSPON
Ty-2--TYLCV resistance-2  Tolerant to TYLCV.11LDiseaseSPON
Ty-3--TYLCV resistance-3  Tolerance to TYLCV and other begamoviruses6LDisease 
Ty-4--TYLCV resistance-4  Resistance to TYLCV.  DiseaseSPON
u--uniform ripening u1Unripe fruits of uniform light green color, lacking normal darker shoulder; entire coloration of immature fruit somewhat lighter.10SMorphSPON
u+uniform ripening  Presence of green shoulder on immature fruit.10SMorphSPON
uFsuniform ripeningfruit stripedFsDominant allele; dark shoulder; dark green radial striped opposite each locule of highly pigmented unripe fruit10SMorph 
uGuniform ripeningGalapagos Resembles u except for partial dominance.10SMorphSPON
uJuniform ripeningJubilee Very light green shoulder; resembles u:G10SMorph 
ub--umbraculiformis  Plants attain 2/3 typical size; habit erect; leaves coarser with flatter pinnae; young leaves convex.  MorphRAD
uf--uniflora  Inflorescence with single flower.  MorphSPON
ug--uniform gray-green u2As of u except for grayish color.  MorphSPON
ul--upright leaf  Upright leaf.  MorphSPON
um--umbrosa  Mature leaves darker green, wilted appearance; later growth stunted; reduced root growth.1LMorphRAD
um-2--umbrosa-2 um2Small, lax bush; smaller pinnae, dark green to dull gray-green.  Morph 
um-3--umbrosa-3 um3Broad, crowded, dark green pinnae; small leaves, short internodes; small, erect bush.  Morph 
un--unijuga un1Very small plant; narrow pinnae, cotyledons; fewer flowers.  Morph 
und--undulatifolia  Habit flatter than normal; cotyledons and primary leaves are narrow, acuminate, and margins are deeply notched; leaf segments small, keeled, wavy, and dull light grey-green.  Morph 
uni--unicaulis  Weak, thin, upright, growth with great suppression of branching.11LMorphRAD
uni(1s)unicaulis suc-2, suc2, uni^2Purplish grey green seedlings; leaves and pinnae smaller, short, rounded,11LMorph 
uni-2--unicaulis-2 uni2Narrow, slightly deformed cotyledons; very small pinnae, leaves, and plant; slow-growing.  Morph 
uni-3--unicaulis-3 uni3Strongly retarded growth and branching; pinnae 1/3 normal size; strong anthocyanin.  Morph 
uni-4--unicaulis-4 uni4Retarded growth and branching; very small, keeled pinnae.  Morph 
up--upright pedicel  Pedicels straight, oriented upward.11SMorphSPON
upg--upright growth  upright growth habit.  MorphSPON
v--virescent  White virescent seedlings, white leaf margins; stunted growth.11SMorph 
v-2--virescent-2 v2New leaves pale under greenhouse conditions; frequently undistinguishable in field.2LMorphSPON
v-3--virescent-3 V3Leaves small, green and white patterned virescent. Expression may be dominant.4 MorphRAD
vadecvariadecolorata Bright yellow-green virescent.8LMorphRAD
vavirgvariavirgata Like va:dec except older leaves retain yellow in region of veins.8LMorphRAD
va-2--varia-2 va2Smaller plant; at flowering whitish yellow-green zones move from pinnae tips to bases.  Morph 
val--valida val1Sturdy shoots; firm, keeled, rugose, light green pinnae, blue-green below in the shoots.  Morph 
var--variabilis  Leaves light green, yellow-green virescent; slightly smaller plant with shorter internodes.7SMorphRAD
var-2--variabilis-2 var2Smaller plant; at flowering shiny yellow-green growth zones, later turning light green.  Morph 
Ve--Verticillium resistance  Resistance to Verticillium wilt.9SDiseaseSPON
ven--venosa  Variably reduced growth; tiny folded leaves, whitish yellow with green veins.4LMorphRAD
ver--versicolor yv-4, ver1Younger leaves with fine mottling of yellow; green veins.4SMorphRAD
ver-2--versicolor-2 ver2Smaller plant, leaves; light green pinnae weakly flecked in white, margins strongly uprolled.    
ves--versiformis ves1Pinnae pointed, keeled, bright green; unripe fruit darker.6LMorph 
ves-2--versiformis-2 vfSmall, compact plant; dainty, shiny, yellowish pinnae, wavy margin.  MorphRAD
vg--vegetative  Greatly deformed and usually functionless flowers.4LMorphSPON
vga--virgulta vga1Smaller plant; short internodes; dull-green foliage, light yellow-green growing points.8LMorphRAD
vga-2--virgulta-2 vga2Leaves yellowish light-green, green margins and veins.  Morph 
vi--villous  Stems very hairy.1 MorphSPON
vio--violacea  Heavy anthocyanin on stems and veins; dull light green leaf color.  MorphRAD
vio-2--violacea-2 vio2Light green foliage; shoot tips, petioles, leaf veins with strong anthocyanin.  Morph 
vir--viridis  Early leaves dark green, third order leaf divisions.  MorphRAD
vlg--virescent light green  Seedlings 1/3 normal size with light green virescence, leaves broad,; mature plants normal size, leaves light green.2 MorphCHEM
vms--variable male-sterile  Abortive anthers, reduced corolla high temperature; normal otherwise.8LMorphSPON
vo--virescent orange  Yellow virescent; mature leaves pale bluish green; fruit flesh orange, redder in outer walls.  MorphSPON
vra--viridula vra1Small plant; boat-shaped, dull light-green pinnae, wavy margin.  MorphRAD
vra-2--viridula-2 vra2Yellowish light green leaves, darken after onset of flowering; growth retardation.  Morph 
vrd--viroid  Scalloped cotyledons; highly distorted leaves with white speckled chlorosis; extreme environmental sensitivity, winter expression best.1LMorph 
vt--vieta  Plants attain 1/3-1/2 size; habit erect with robust main stem and few branches; young pinnae slightly undulated; foliage color normal except yellow-green virescent.  MorphRAD
vta--virgatula  Plants reach 1/4-1/2 normal size; cotyledons narrow; plant color dull light grey-green; stems blue with anthocyanin; young leaf segments rugose and striped yellow-olive.  Morph 
w--wiry  Cotyledons narrow, often with irregular margins; lower leaves nearly normal, but upper ones progressively become narrower until some are reduced to a threadlike midrib; all flower parts tend to be dialytic and highly abnormal; calyx tends to be petaloid; corolla greatly reduced; anther subulate and without pollen; pistil proliferated into many carpels, tending to be free and incompletely closed; completely sterile.4SMorphRAD
w-2--wiry-2 w2More extreme strap shaped leaves, petals, and sepals than wiry, plant sterile.  Morph 
w-3--wiry-3 w3, w2Resembles wiry, except ovary more syncarpous.  MorphRAD
w-4--wiry-4 w4Similar to previously described wiry mutants; leaves progressively more reduced.4LMorphSPON
w-5--wiry-5 w5Resembles previously described wiry mutants.  Morph 
w-6--wiry-6  Cotyledons with shorter lamina, longer petiole, bent downward, grey-green; primary leaf almost string-like, later also strongly epinastic; next leaves with sac-like terminal segment on hair-like petiole; later leaves with 1-5 lateral segments, often partly fused; corrolla segments narrow; plants 1/3 to 1/2 normal size; produces seed in field. Typical w phenotype can be selfed.  MorphRAD
w-7--wiry-7  Smilar to w-6 but with more extreme expression and less fruit set; not allelic to w-6.  Morph 
w-8--wiry-8  Similar to w-7.  Morph 
Wa--White anthers  Anthers white or cream-colored.8LMorphSPON
wd--wilty dwarf  Grayish-green, droopy leaves; stunted plants; leaves droop when drought stressed.9SMorphSPON
wf--white flower  Corolla color is buff, light tan, or white.3SMorphRAD
Wlt--Wilty  Leaves overwilt when drought stressed. Wilting under field or greenhouse conditions; marginal leaf narcrosis.  MorphSPON
Wo--Wooly  All vegetative parts, including hypocotyl densely tomentose, the long hairs being more abundant, branched, and stellate, but no longer than normal. Increased development of other hair types. Homozygous lethal, dhying before or in cotyledon stage, rarely later. Homozygous seedlings exceedingly tomentose and with abnormally thick and shortened hypocotyl and cotyledons.2LMorphSPON
WomWooly  Pelage on all parts wooly but less than Wo; homozygous viable; heterozygote intermediate.2LMorphSPON
WomzWooly  All parts densely pubescent; homozygous lethal.2LMorphSPON
WovWooly  Denser hairiness than Wo; homozygous lethal.2LMorphSPON
wt--wilty  Leaf margins curl adaxially5SMorphSPON
wt-2--wilty-2 wt2Leaf margin rolled upwards at all stages.  Morph 
wv--white virescent  Plant retarded; cotyledons whitish yellow; leaves become white virescent, always with white speckled.2LMorphSPON
wv-2--white virescent-2  White, green-veined virescent, plant retarded.9LMorphSPON
wv-3--white virescent-3  Seedling 1/20 normal size, cotyledons, white or greenish white, virescent.11LMorphSPON
x--gametophytic factor  Ineffective microgametes associated with I.11LMorphSPON
x-2--gametophytic factor-2  Altered transmission rate associated with c.  Morph 
Xa--Xanthophyllic  Cotyledons and leaves always distinguished from normal by yellow color, which, however, varies with the light intensity; under diffuse light or short day conditions, plants are light green, but under more intense light, plants become bright yellow, the light green plants growing and setting fruit better than the yellow ones; homozygous lethal, having bright yellow color, becoming white, shorter hypocotyl, and narrow cotyledons, and dying before two weeks old.10LMorphSPON
Xa-2--Xanthophyllic-2 Xa2, AResembles Xa.10SMorphRAD
Xa-3--Xanthophyllic-3 Xa3Darker green than Xa.10SMorphRAD
xan--xantha xan1Yellow cotyledons; lethal.  Morph 
xan-2--xantha-2 xan2Yellow cotyledons; lethal.  MorphRAD
xan-3--xantha-3 xan3Yellow cotyledons; lethal.  Morph 
xan-4--xantha-4 xan4Yellow cotyledons; lethal.  MorphRAD
xan-5--xantha-5 xan5Yellow cotyledons; survives under optimal conditions.  Morph 
y--colorless fruit epidermis  Fruit epidermis lacks normal yellow pigmentation; as a result, fruit appears pink instead of red..1SMorphSPON
yc--yellow calyx  Calyx turns yellow when fruit ripens.  MorphSPON
yg--yellow-green yg1All foliage yellow-green, vireescent.  Morph 
ygsloyellow-green     Morph 
yg-2--yellow-green-2 yc, yg282, yg2Foliage chlorotic yellow-green under all conditions; long hypocotyls.12SMorphRAD
yg-2audyellow-green-2 yg-2^r, audAll foliar parts bright yellow under all conditions.12SMorphSPON
yg-3--yellow-green-3 yg3, yg330, yeResembles yg4 with leaves appearing ragged.  MorphRAD
yg-4--yellow-green-4 yg4, yl, yg333Foliage chlorotic whitish yellow-green under all conditions; leaves more deeply serrate, edges curled.  MorphRAD
yg-5--yellow-green-5 yw, yg388, yg5Very yellow cotyledons and leaves; slow growing; good plant viability.  MorphRAD
yg-7--yellow-green-7  Leaves light yellow-green, dotted in early growth; flowers normal; pollen inviable; growth weak. Radiation induced.  MorphRAD
yg-8--yellow-green-8  Leaves bright yellow at all stages.8LMorph 
yg-9--yellow-green-9  Pronounced yellow-green leaves, becoming somewhat darker with age.  MorphSPON
ys--yellow seedlings  Lethal in early stage.  Morph 
yv--yellow virescent  Pale yellow-green; virescent foliage.6LMorphSPON
yv2yellow virescent vel^2, vel1^2Smaller, irregular bush; short internodes; soft yellow, velvety growing points shading to normal green below; smaller than vel.6LMorphRAD
yv3yellow virescent velLight yellow-green leaves, paler at growing point, which has velvety appearance.6LMorphRAD
yvmsyellow virescentmasculosterilis Male-sterile allele of yv; seedling yellow becoming yellow green (field) or light green (green house).6LMorph 
yvmutyellow virescentmutabilis Male sterile variegated allele of yv; green color frequently mutating to yv: ms6LMorph 
yv-2--yellow virescent-2  Smaller, irregular bush; short internodes; soft yellow, velvety growing points shading to normal green below; smaller than vel. C. R.  MorphSPON
yv-4--yellow virescent-4  Narrow, yellow green leaflets, dark green veins, becoming irregular, grey green.  MorphSPON
dprov3dwarf   2LMorph 


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