2 edition of Karyotype analysis from the endosperm of European black pine and scots pine = found in the catalog.
Karyotype analysis from the endosperm of European black pine and scots pine =
by Academia Scientiarum et Artium Slavorum Meridionalium in Zagreb
Written in English
|Other titles||Kariotip iz endosperma crnog i običnog bora.|
|Series||Annales forestales,, 10/1 =, Anali za šumarstvo, 0351-2045 ; 10/1, Anali za šumarstvo ;, 10/1.|
|LC Classifications||SD1 .A58 no. 10,pt. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||82208943|
In the Scots pine stand, there was a slight increase (%) in heterozygosity level and a larger increase (%) in the inbreeding coefficient of progeny trees. In the Norway spruce stand, despite a small reduction (%) in heterozygosity, a similar increase (%) in the inbreeding coefficient of progeny was revealed. Introduction. Hystrix Moench is a small perennial genus of the tribe Triticeae (Poaceae). Moench () established the genus Hystrix with Hy. patula Moench as the type-species through its distinctive morphological character of either lacking glumes entirely or, if present, of possessing long setaceous awn-shaped ones. Since then, 11 species have been included in Hystrix .
The phenotypic expressions of Scots pine, have been extensively studied over the years, but the gene regulation behind the traits has only just begun to be elucidated. The overall aim of this thesis was to start dissecting the genetics behind a number of adaptive traits in Scots pine and examine how they are influenced by relatedness using different molecular by: 1. forest genetic resources bringing soluTions To susTainable F foresT ManageMenT forests are complex ecosystems that cover 30 percent of the global land area, providing habitat for countless terrestrial species. forests are vital for livelihoods as well as economic and social.
3. In corn yellow seedling (g) is recessive to green seedling (G), and waxy endosperm (e) is recessive to starchy endosperm (E). The two genes assort independently. A cross between a homozygous green, waxy plant and a homozygous yellow, starchy plant produced F1 progeny/offspring that were phenotypically green, starchy. A. Ophiostoma piceae is a wood-staining fungus that grows in the sapwood of conifer logs and lumber. We sequenced its genome and analyzed its transcriptomes under a range of growth conditions. A comparison with the genome and transcriptomes of the mountain pine beetle-associated pathogen Grosmannia clavigera highlights differences between a pathogen Cited by:
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The genus Pinus comprises more than species, which are widely distributed in the Northern hemisphere. Cytogenetic information on North American pines is very limited despite their economic importance.
In the present study, a detailed comparative cytogenetic analysis is presented for five pine species from North America, P. resinosa, P. monticola, P. contorta, P. Cited by: 6. Chromosomal mutations and mixoploidy have been revealed in the seedlings of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) growing in a hydromorphic environment.
A giant chromosome was detected for the first time in by: 1. Karyotype details in this group are scarce because the chromosomes are small (Cited by: Karyotype analysis is considered an important method for genome analysis and has helped assess the genomic status of the species for various levels of.
Exploratory study on the impregnation of Scots pine sapwood (Pinus sylvestris L.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) with different hot melting waxes. LUCIC et al.:STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF GENETIC DIVERSITY OF PINE WANG () studied the isozymes of Scots pine of three northerly Swedish populations and four Chinese populations.
SZMIDT () in the analysis of isozymes of the above populations included the four population of Scots pine from Turkey. chromosomes. This type of identiﬁ cation, realised only with the karyotype data, appears to be the ﬁ rst example of karyotype used as a tool to identify plant species, using multivariate analysis techniques.
Key words: karyotype, linear discriminant analysis (LDA), metaphase, species identiﬁ er, Vicia. Pine trees in Alaska and pine trees on the island of Madagascar Imagine that part of a population of South American finches is blown by a storm onto an island far offshore and manages to survive and reproduce there for a period of 10, years.
Of the four haploid cells produced by a pine cone's megasporocyte (megaspore mother cell), _____ survive(s). (Activity: Pine Life Cycle).
Start studying bio ch part 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. A note on genetic diversity in natural populations and cultivated stands of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) Aspects of genetic diversity in Scots pine are reviewed with particular emphasis upon the interactions with silvicultural practices such as.
wood density traits and ﬁbre properties in Scots pine. MATERIAL AND METHODS Experimental data The material used in this study was obtained from a Scots pine spacing trial established in at Siilinjärvi (trial /01) in cen-tral Finland (63 06 N, 27 41 E, degree days, 85 m above sea level).
Comparative analysis of karyotypes in European shrew species. The sibling species Sorex araneus and S. gemellus: Q-bands, G-bands, and position of NORs. By comparing the G-banded karyotypes, it could be ascertained that the basic differences in karyotype between the two species lie in three pericentric inversions, three Cited by: Variation and inheritance pattern in cone and seed characteristics of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) for evaluation of genetic diversity.
Sevik H, Topaçoğlu O. Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) is one of the most common and important forest tree species in Turkey due to usefulness of its wood to many commercial by: 9. Sequencing and assembly. The loblolly pine genome  joins the two other conifer reference sequences produced recently [7, 8].With an estimated 22 billion base pairs , it is the largest genome sequenced and assembled to experimental design leveraged a unique feature of the conifer life cycle and new computational approaches to reduce the assembly.
The karyotype analysis of C. barranquillensis determined that this species has 60 chromosomes. This chromosome number has previously been reported in other species of the genus Chromolaena (Coleman,Coleman,King et al.,Khonglam and Singh,Watanabe et al.,Bertasso-Borges and Coleman, ).Author: J.D.
Rodríguez, A. Muñoz-Acevedo, A.L. Méndez, R.A. Jiménez, R.G. Gutiérrez. The Leguminosae family is the third-largest family of angiosperms, and Caesalpinioideae is its second-largest subfamily. A great number of species (approximately ) are found in the Caesalpinia group within this subfamily; together with these species’ phenotypic plasticity and the similarities in their morphological descriptors, make this a complex group for Cited by: 3.
CARYOLOGIA Vol. 58, no. 3:Karyotype analysis in Argentinean species of Caesalpinia(Legu-minosae) Cangiano Maria Alejandra1 and Gabriel Bernardello2,* 1 Facultad de Quı´mica, Bioquı´mica y Farmacia, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, San Luis, Argentina.
2 Instituto Multidisciplinario de Biologı´a Vegetal (CONICET-Universidad Nacional de Co´rdoba). Shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) is an important commercial timber resource and forest ecosystem component in the southeastern USA. The species occurs in mainly drier sites as an early- to mid-successional species, is fireadapted, and Cited by: 2.
Karyotype analysis of nine strains of the peach-potato aphid Myzuspersicae (Sulzer, ), collected on Lavandula sp. plants, evidenced showed that five of them had a standard 2n = 12 karyotype, one possessed a fragmentation of the X chromosome occurring at the telomere opposite to the NOR-bearing one and three strains had a chromosome number.
Introduction. Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) is the most widely distributed conifer in the world, with a natural range that stretches from beyond the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia to southern Spain and from western Scotland to the Okhotsk Sea in eastern this range it grows at elevations from sea level to m, with the elevation generally increasing from north to south Cited by: Abstract.
Controlled crosses of seven Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) trees produced 49 families that included both reciprocals and genic cultures were initiated from immature megagametophytes and after 6 months in maintenance culture, mature somatic embryos were produced from the surviving by: Karyotype diversity and 2C DNA content in species of the Caesalpinia group Polliana Silva Rodrigues1, Margarete Magalhães Souza1, Cláusio Antônio Ferreira Melo1, Telma Nair Santana Pereira2 and Ronan Xavier Corrêa1* Abstract Background: The Leguminosae family is the third-largest family of angiosperms, and Caesalpinioideae is its second-Cited by: 3.