|Statement||editor-in-chief, V.V. Khvostova.|
|Contributions||Khvostova, Vera Veniaminovna.|
|LC Classifications||SB343 .G4613 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 293 p. :|
|Number of Pages||293|
|LC Control Number||83906156|
An engaging picture-book biography of Gregor Mendel, the nineteenth century scholar and monk whose experiments breeding peas laid the groundwork for the modern science of genetics, Cheryl Bardoe's debut children's title (and her only one, to date) is a triumph!/5. Summary This chapter highlights cowpea genetic studies and breeding efforts of the last few decades, as well as future challenges that when surmounted, could make cowpea one of the most important f. Select 7 - CHROMOSOME VARIATION IN PEAS AND ITS USE IN GENETICS AND BREEDINGa Book chapter Full text access 7 - CHROMOSOME VARIATION IN PEAS AND ITS USE IN GENETICS AND BREEDING L.M. MONTI, R. RAO and F. SACCARDO. Genetics and breeding of pea. Author: Asima Amin, Faheema Mushtaq, Singh, P.K., Wani, K.P., Sonam Spaldon and Nadia Nazir. Subject Area: Social Sciences and Humanities. Abstract: Pea (Pisum sativum L; 2n=2x=14) also commonly known as English pea or green pea and is a commonly grown leguminous vegetable in the world. Pea is highly self.
The manual is written and presented in a style that will be understood and appreciated by working quantity surveyors, civil engineers and students."--BOOK JACKET Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and indexes Machine derived contents note: Preface. The scope of applied fish genetics. Introduction. Fish cultivation. The present book entitled "Key notes on Genetics and Plant Breeding" has been designed to provide a simple umbrella for the multidisciplinary field of modern plant breeding that combines molecular tools and methodologies with conventional approaches for crop improvement. Principles of Plant Genetics and Breeding, 2 nd Edition introduces both classical and molecular tools for plant breeding. Topics such as biotechnology in plant breeding, intellectual property, risks, emerging concepts (decentralized breeding, organic breeding), and more are addressed in the new, updated edition of this text. Once Mendel had established true-breeding pea lines with different traits for one or more features of interest (such as tall vs. short height), he began to investigate how the traits were inherited by carrying out a series of crosses. First, he crossed one true-breeding parent to another. The plants used in this initial cross are called the.
After reviewing basic genetic principles and the genetics of sex determination, this book focuses on the genetics of qualitative traits and profiles selection programs that produce true breeding populations. It also considers quantitative issues, broodstock management, genetic engineering, chromosomal manipulation and electrophoresis. Since pea plants are self-pollinators, the genetics of the parent can be more easily understood. Peas are also self-compatible, allowing self-fertilized embryos to develop as readily as out-fertilized embryos. Mendel tested all 34 varieties of peas available to him through seed dealers. The garden peas were planted and studied for eight years. So that is why green peas are common even though they are recessive. If we only breed pea plants that give green peas, then we will only get pea plants that make green peas. And that is the decision we have made. Why the Yy Plant is Different. The story can be very different if we have pea plants with a yellow version and a green version. Genetics and probability in animal breeding experiments: A primer and reference book on probability, segregation, assortment, linkage and mating. defined laboratory animals for research Green, Earl Leroy.