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122 39 39 6 6 Dr. R. Krishnan M. L. Magoon K. Vijaya Bai Central Tuber Crops Research Institute Trivandrum Summary The detailed morphology of the pachytene chromosomes and microsporogenesis have been studied in a diploid (2 n =30) American species, Ipomoea crassicaulis (Bth) B. L. Robinson....
122 39 39 6 6 Prof. Dr. W. Schuster Institut für Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenzüchtung der Justus-Liebig-Universität in Gießen Germany Summary 1. Male-sterile plants could be selected for several generations. These produce by sib mating (malesterile x fertile) 50% male-sterile and 50% fully...
122 39 39 6 6 E. J. Eisen Professor B. J. Lang J. E. Legates North Carolina State University Raleigh North Carolina Zoology Department Southern Illinois University 62901 Carbondale Illinois USA Summary Several criteria have been suggested for comparing different nonlinear growth functions to...
122 39 39 6 6 Prof. Dr. Hans H. Hattemer Walter R. Henson Professor of Forest Entomology François Mergen Yale School of Forestry New Haven Connecticut Abt. für Forstliche Biometrie der Universität Göttingen Schöne Aussicht 40 351 Hann.Münden BRD Ontario Department of Lands and Forests...
122 39 39 6 6 Frau Prof. Dr. Cornelia Harte Institut für Entwicklungsphysiologie der Universität zu Köln Germany Summary Investigations were made on the segregation of the genes s, de and of the translocation point of the first linkage-group in the progeny of backcrosses of heterozygotes of...
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