By Myron G. Neuffer, Edward H. Coe Jr. (auth.), Robert C. King (eds.)
The function of this and destiny volumes of the instruction manual of Genetics is to assemble a suite of fairly brief, authoritative essays or annotated compilations of information on themes of~ignificance to geneticists. a number of the essays will take care of a variety of elements of the biology of convinced species chosen simply because they're favourite topics for genetic research in nature or the laboratory. frequently there'll be an encyclopedic volume o( info on hand on any such species, with new papers showing day-by-day. each one of these should be written for experts in a jargon that's bewildering to a amateur and occasionally even to a veteran geneticist operating with evolu tionarily far away organisms. For such readers what's wanted is a written creation to the morphology, lifestyles cycle, reproductive habit, and cul ture tools for the species in query. What are its specific advert vantages (and risks) for genetic examine, and what have we discovered from it? the place are the vintage papers, the most important bibliographies, and the way or mutant lines? an inventory giving the sym does one get shares of untamed variety bolism for unknown mutations is useful, however it want comprise in basic terms these mutants which have been retained and are therefore to be had for destiny reports. different information, equivalent to updated genetic and cytological maps, listings of holiday issues for chromosomal aberrations, mitotic karyotypes, and hap loid DNA values, may be integrated while available.
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Hered. 43:205-210. Nelson, O. , Jr. and A. J. Ohlrogge, 1961 Effect of heterosis on the response of compact strains of maize to population pressures. Agron. f. 53: 208-209. Neuffer, M. G. and E. H. , 1970 Linkage map and annotated list of genetic markers in maize. In Handbook of Biochemistry, edited by H. A. Sober, pp. , Cleveland, Ohio. Neuffer, M. , L. M. Jones and M. Zuber, 1968 The Mutants of Maize, Crop Science Society of America, Madison, Wisc. Nuffer, M. , 1955 Dosage effect of multiple Dt loci on mutation of a in the maize endosperm.
Yasui (1941) and Hu (1958, 1964) examined the somatic chromosomes of haploids and compared the morphology of individual members of the complement. Hu (1958) observed that chromosomes tended to pair somatically in the haploid plant. Configurations similar to those observed by Hu may also result from chromosome stickiness or clumping caused by poor fixations. Chu (1967) noted paired chromosomes at pachynema in haploids. Some chromosomes paired with several other chromosomes. At diakinesis and metaphase I, bivalents, trivalents, and quadrivalents were noted.
F. Genet. 27:71-93. Rhoades, M. , 1941 The genetic control of mutability in maize. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. Bioi. 9:138-144. Rhoades, M. , 1943 Genic induction of an inherited cytoplasmic difference. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 29:327-329. Rhoades, M. , 1947 Plastid mutations. Cold Spring Harbor Symp. Quant. BioI. 11:202-207. 1. Corn (Maize) 29 Rhoades, M. , 1952 The effect of the bronze locus on anthocyanin formation in maize. Am. Nat. 86:105-108. Rhoades, M. M. and E. Dempsey, 1966a The effect of abnormal chromosome lOon preferential segregation and crossing over in maize.
Handbook of Genetics: Plants, Plant Viruses, and Protists by Myron G. Neuffer, Edward H. Coe Jr. (auth.), Robert C. King (eds.)