Pisum Genetics Association PISUM GENETICS

 

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Volume 27, 1995

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Cover. Metaphase I in a cell from an immature anther of a colchicine induced tetraploid of the pea showing 6 quadrivalents and 2 bivalents (from Kravchenko pages 9-11)

 

 Table of Contents

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Preface..................................................................................................................

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Research Reports

 

 

Further data on the genes controlling anthocyanin pigmentation in the pea.
V.S. Bogdanova, Y.A. Trusov and O.E. Kosterin.........................................

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Inheritance of a pollen protein and a probable case of inversion in the pea chromosome corresponding to linkage group I.
O.E. Kosterin, V.S. Bogdanova, F.L. Gorel' and V.A. Berdnikov................

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Studies on colchicine induced tetraploids of the pea.
A.Y. Kravchenko..........................................................................................

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Enod2 exhibits linkage with a (linkage group IA) and Fum (linkage group II).
V.G. Paruvangada, N.F. Weeden, T. Cargnoni, J. Yu, F. Gorel', T. Frew,
G.M. Timmerman-Vaughan and J. McCallum.
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Identification of a high copy number, retrotransposon-like sequence: results from an unsuccessful PCR search for a pea homologue of the p53 tumour suppressor gene.
V.B. Sarup and J.P. Stafstrom.......................................................................

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Multiple resistance to PSbMV and BYMV and tolerance against PEMV found in segregants selected for sbm-1.
H.E. Schmidt, H. Jaiser, P. Matthews, M. Ambrose,  I. Stühler and
W. Odenbach
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Mapping of nod-4, a new hypernodulating mutant in pea.
K.K. Sidorova and L.P. Uzhintseva...............................................................

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Linkage of gene chi-33 on linkage group VI.
W.K. Swiecicki and K. Kruszka...................................................................

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Chromosomes 2 and 6 are involved in the Twt-translocation.
S.V. Temnykh, F.L. Gorel', V.A. Berdnikov and N.F. Weeden.....................

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Sym2 and nod-3 are independent but closely linked genes influencing nodule development in pea.
S.V. Temnykh, N.F. Weeden and T.A. LaRue...............................................

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Germplasm

 

 

Offer of seed from the Earl Gritton Pea Improvement Program at Madison............

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Letter to the Editor

 

 

Evaluation of linkage in F2 progenies by the chi-square criterion with codominant genes involved.
O.E. Kosterin.................................................................................................

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Pisum Genetics Volume 27 (1995)

ISSN 1320-2510

Editor: I.C. Murfet; Associate Editor: N.F. Weeden

Published by the Pisum Genetics Association.

Printed at the University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.

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