Table 4 Chromosome pairing, transmission rate of additional chromosomes, and pollen fertility for MAALs
Chromosome pairingsTransmission rate ♀ (%)Transmission rate ♂ (%)Pollen viability (%)
MAALsTotal cellsIC (%)IIIAAC (%)IVAAAA (%)
AAC111982 (68.91d)31 (26.05a)6 (5.04a)33.0a13.3a93.1 ± 1.3B
AAC211681 (69.83cd)28 (24.14a)7 (6.03a)27.5ab8.6a96.2 ± 1.1A
AAC310881 (75.00bcd)24 (22.22a)3 (2.78ab)14.5c3.2b80.4 ± 0.6D
AAC410485 (81.73ab)15 (14.42b)4 (3.85a)8.3d8.8a71.1 ± 2.3E
AAC511384 (74.34bcd)27 (23.89a)2 (1.77ab)19.4bc3.3b86.2 ± 1.8C
AAC69776 (78.35bc)18 (18.56ab)3 (3.09ab)26.3ab6.7ab86.0 ± 2.1C
AAC710382 (79.61b)19 (18.45ab)2 (1.94ab)20.5bc6.0ab93.4 ± 0.8B
AAC812396 (78.05bcd)26 (21.14a)1 (0.81b)27.4ab7.5a89.1 ± 3.1BC
AAC910188 (87.13a)11 (10.89b)2 (1.98ab)7.8d0.0c69.0 ± 0.5E
  • Shared letters (a–d) within each association type denote that the values are insignificantly different (χ2 test, P < 0.05). Average of male transmission rate excludes the data from AAC9. Groups A–E detected as significantly different by t test, P < 0.05.