Published 1999 .
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Download genetic comparison between plants of wild-type Clarkia tembloriensis (Onagraceae) and the homeotic mutant, Crinkled petal using random amplified polymorphic DNA
Homeosis has played an important role in the evolution of the flowers of the Zingiberales, especially those of the Ginger Group. In the Zingiberaceae, two members of the outer androecial whorl are Author: Bruce Kirchoff. Early floral developmental investigations provide crucial evidence for phylogenetic and molecular studies of plants.
The developmental and evolutionary mechanisms underlying the variations in floral organs are critical for a thorough understanding of the diversification of flowers.
Ontogenetic comparisons between anthers and pistil within single flowers were characterized over time in Author: Hongli Chang, Fengjie Sun. A linkage map for CRINKLED PETAL: a homeotic gene of Clarkia tembloriensis (Onagraceae) parental wild-type and mutant plants, and.
DNA from subsequent crosses [F. Homoeosis, canalization, decanalization, ‘characters’ and angiosperm origins - Volume 51 Issue 1 - D. Mabberley, A. Hay A comparison of floral development in wild type and a homeotic sepaloid petal mutant of Clarkia tembloriensis Cited by: For visualizing pollen tubes, we substituted the wild‐type Col accession (Col‐4) for a Col accession (Col‐3 background, CS) transformed with the pCSA T‐DNA containing an integrated pollen specific LAT52 promoter fused to the colorimetric marker β‐glucuronidase (GUS) gene, as well as resistance to the herbicide BASTA (Twell et Cited by: Full text of "Anther and pollen [electronic resource]: from biology to biotechnology" See other formats.
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The mitotic and meiotic chromosomes of the neogastropods Fasciolaria lignaria (L. ) (Fasciolaridae) and Pisania striata (Gmelin ) (Buccinidae) have been analyzed. Both species display 70 chromosomes in spermatogonial mitoses and 35 bivalents in the corresponding spermatocytes.
In both F. lignaria and P. striata pair 35 was found to be heteromorphic in the males and homomorphic in the. It is not the intention in this book, which deals with plant variation and evolution, to explore the details of this work.
However, we should acknowledge the major concern behind the measurement of variation, and note that the very interesting work carried out on plants. Multiplicity in Unity Plant Subindividual Variation and Interactions with Animals carlos m.
herrera the university of chicago press chicago and london carlos m. herrera is professor of research and an evolutionary ecologist at Estación Biológica de Doñana, part of the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) in Seville. A direct comparison between two views of plasticity data: the one based on interenvironment genetic correlations (left) and the one based on reaction norm plots and analysis of variance (right).
The values of the interenvironment genetic correlations and the interpretation of the results of an analysis of variance are detailed in the central. This banner text can have markup.
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