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We describe the inheritance of 460 PCR-based loci in the polyploid-derived pink salmon ( Oncorhynchus gorbuscha ) genome using gynogenetic haploid embryos. We detected a length polymorphism in a growth hormone gene ( GH-2 ) intron that is caused by an 81 bp insertion homologous to the 3' end of...
An abnormal-leaf soybean ( Glycine max (L.) Merr.) plant was observed in an F 4:8 line at Urbana, Illinois, in the summer of 1992. Petiolules of the plant were shorter than normal and leaflet margins curled uniformly upward forming a cupped-shaped leaf. All progeny of the single plant exhibited...
Chickpea ( Cicer arietinum L.) mutant PM638, a derivative of wild-type, desi chickpea line ICC 640, forms yellowish, ineffective root nodules and differs phenotypically from previously described chickpea nodulation mutants. To establish the mode of inheritance of the mutant nodule trait, and to...
Canada wild rye (CWR; Elymus canadensis L.) expresses traits such as barley yellow dwarf virus resistance, winter hardiness, and drought resistance. Hybrids between CWR and barley ( Hordeum vulgare L.) are sterile, precluding transfer of these traits into barley. Callus cultures were initiated...
Lentils from south Asia differ markedly in days to flower and several other traits from lentils in other major lentil producing areas of the world such as west Asia. Single-gene inheritance and polygenic system were observed to control days to flower in lentil ( Lens culinaris Medikus subsp....
We describe the isolation, PCR amplification, and characterization of 10 new microsatellite loci ( Ots-1-Ots-10 ) for the federally protected chinook salmon ( Oncorhynchus tschawytscha ). We investigate the inheritance and linkage of these loci as well as a previously published locus, Oneॖ13 ,...
Single fertilization events were detected in seven maize lines ( Zea mays L.) of different genetic background. Detection of single fertilization was achieved by a dual pollination method, that is, pollen parent 1 ( y1/y1 , white endosperm) was pollinated onto the silks of Oh43 ( Y1/Y1 , yellow...
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