1 edition of Potato Cytology and Genetics 1952-1959 found in the catalog.
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The karyotype of Phthorimaea operculella is similar in both sexes and consists of 29 chromosome pairs. These are of similar size with gradual intergradation except for one pair which is significantly longer. C-banding and fluorescent staining with quinacrine and Hoechst failed to induce bands in metaphase chromosomes while silver staining clearly showed active Cited by: The Hardcover of the Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Potato by James M. Bradeen at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or Author: James M. Bradeen.
A. PREVIOUS REVIEWS The review by Sw AMI NATHAN and HOWARD () on "The Cytology and Genetics of the Potato (Solanum tuberosum) and Related Species" provides a convenient starting place for a Author: Mark A Taylor. Review on effect of population density and tuber size on yield components and yield of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) Article December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The origin and first home of the potato; the spread of the potato round the world; potato cytology and reproductive biology; potato evolution; potato systematics and biodiversity; genetic resouces of the potato. Cytology and Genetics, Kyiv, Ukraine. K likes. Scientific Journal IF= In English translation (Springer) ISSN: print ISSN: Followers: K.
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Potato Cytology and Genetics – Bibliographia Genetica. Vol Part 2. Get this from a library. Potato Cytology and Genetics Bibliographia Genetica. Vol Part 2. [H W Howard] -- A. PREVIOUS REVIEWS The review by Sw AMI NATHAN and HOWARD () on "The Cytology and Genetics of the Potato (Solanum tuberosum) and Related Species" provides a convenient starting place for a.
This comprehensive review of recent studies in the taxonomy, cytology and genetics of Solanum tuberosum and related species includes sections dealing with chromosome numbers and morphology; meiosis in species and interspecific hybrids; haploids and experimentally produced polyploids; genome analysis; sterility; interspecific hybridization; tetrasomic inheritance; Cited by: The potato is economically a very important crop in many parts of the world.
All improvements through potato breeding or biotechnology must be based on a thorough knowledge of potato genetics. This book fills a major gap in the current literature for an up-to-date authoritative account of this topic and of its implications for crop improvement. Book Review; Published: February ; The cytology and genetics of the potato (Solanum tuberosum) and related species M.
Swaminathan and H. Howard. Stevenson American Potato Journal vol page 50 ()Cite this articleCited by: 1. In this volume, world leaders in potato research review historical and contemporary discoveries resulting in a range of advances. Topics include nutritional quality, yield, disease and insect resistance, processing, plant growth and development, and other aspects.
The book also examines research yie. Plants in the laboratory;: A manual and text for studies of the culture, development, reproduction, cytology, genetics, collection, and identification of the major plant groups by William J Koch and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Other accounts of the use of wild species in potato breeding include Black and Cockerham (), Georlette (), Hawkes (, b), Mastenbroek (a), Ochoa ( and b), Rudorf ( and ), Rudorf and Ross ( and ), Schaper (), Thijn (), Toxopeus (), Weisaeth (a) and Zajceva ().
Descriptions and lists of varieties. The cytology of potatoes was not reviewed by Fruwirth (), but it was treated adequately by Swaminathan and Howard (), 65 pages of their review being concerned with it.
More recently a very useful discussion of cytological problems in potatoes and of related topics has been given by Wangenheim, Frandsen and Ross (). Read the latest chapters of Developments in Plant Genetics and Breeding atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature.
The review by Swaminathan and Howard () on “The Cytology and Genetics of the Potato (Solanum tuberosum) and Related Species” provides a convenient starting place for a. This is a technical book, and not intended for the gardener trying to grow potatoes.
It encompasses the natural history of potatoes as well as human history of their use. The book contains detailed taxonomy, species descriptions, and a taxonomic key (excluding hybrids).4/5(1). Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Potato 1st Edition.
Edited by James M. Bradeen disease and insect resistance, processing, plant growth and development, and other aspects. The book also examines research yielding significant molecular resources that facilitate breeding, linkage and gene mapping, cytology, functional and structural.
There are descriptions of over species of wild and cultivated potato, which give full details of taxonomy, characteristics and range. Introductory chapters cover the history of the species, their breeding and genetics, cytology and evolution, econology and geographical distribution and a detailed taxonomic listing.
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Scientific Journal editor-in-chief Ya.B. Blume. Journal "TSitologiya i Genetika" (Cytology and genetics) publishes results of investigations in human, animal, plant, clinical, molecular, population and ecological genetics, bioinformatics, cytogenetics, cell biology, biotechnology and genetic engineering.
The book also examines research yielding significant molecular resources that facilitate breeding, linkage and gene mapping, cytology, functional and structural genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. Future research developments that are likely to significantly advance efforts to understand and improve the potato are also : Hardcover.
Home > Journals > Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology > List of Issues > Vol Number 3, September > ESTIMATION OF GENERAL AND SPECIFIC COMBINING ABILITIES IN POTATO Article «Previous TOC Next»Cited by: Home > Journals > Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology > List of Issues > Vol Number 4, August > Giemsa C-banding of potato chromosomes Article « Cited by: In book: The Potato Crop, pp Cite this publication The text includes classical concepts and explains the foundations of potato genetics.
Also reviewed is research yielding significant molecular resources facilitating breeding, linkage and gene mapping, cytology, functional and structural genomics, and proteomics and metabolomics. Finally, future research developments that are likely to significantly advance efforts to understand and improve the potato are explored.Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Potato (Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Crop Plants) - Kindle edition by Bradeen, James M., Kole, Chittaranjan.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Genetics, Genomics and Breeding of Potato (Genetics, Genomics and Price: $Three mechanisms of 2n pollen formation observed in diploid hybrids between Solatium tuberosum Group Phureja (2x) and haploids of sum Group Tuberosum (4x) are termed parallel spindles (ps), premature cytokinesis 1 (pc 1) and premature cytokinesis 2 (pc 2).A II spindles are parallel to each other in many cells of clones producing 2n pollen by by: