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In situ hybridisation for studying embryo development in "Pisum sativum L.".

Angela Jane Hauxwell

In situ hybridisation for studying embryo development in "Pisum sativum L.".

by Angela Jane Hauxwell

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Published by Universityof East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D), University of East Anglia, School of Biological Sciences, 1990.

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P 22 The putative GDSL-like lipase ZmJR2 is transiently expressed during maize (Zea mays L.) kernel development Beneken C., Wienand U. and Lorbiecke R. Biozentrum Klein Flottbek, Universität Hamburg, Germany; [email protected] The ZmJR2 gene from maize was identified within the scope of a subtractive hybridization screening for. Studylib. Les documents Flashcards. S'identifier.

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In situ hybridisation for studying embryo development in "Pisum sativum L." by Angela Jane Hauxwell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pea (Pisum sativum L.) has been extensively used in early hybridization studies and it was the model organism of choice for Mendel´s discovery of the laws of inheritance, making pea part of the Author: Petr Smykal.

Chromosome aberrations in Pisum for the study of environmental mutagens Article Literature Review in Mutation Research/Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis (2) June. Cooper DC () Embryology of Pisum sativum. Bot Gaz –; Coste F, Ney B, Crozat Y () Seed development and seed physiological quality of field grown beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.).

Seed Sci Technol 29 –; Davies DR () DNA and RNA contents in relation to cell and seed weight in Pisum sativum. Plant Sci Lett 7 17–25Cited by:   Figure 1. Soybean seed development. A, Cartoon depicting soybean life cycle. B, Schematic representation of soybean seed development.

Embryo morphologies and developmental events were adapted and modified from Goldberg et al. ().C, Paraffin transverse μm sections of soybean globular, heart, cotyledon, and early maturation contains a magnified view (40×).

Introduction. The plant hormone ethylene (ET) exerts effects in regulating fundamental processes of plant growth and development such as flowering, ripening of climacteric fruits, ageing, dehiscence, release of seed dormancy, and germination.Likewise, ET also participates in abiotic stress processes and mediates the effects of other hormones by regulating their biosynthesis Cited by: Route Maps in Gene Technology is an exciting new introductory textbook for first-year undergraduates in molecular biology and molecular genetics.

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PCD generally describes apoptotic (type I) or autophagic (type II) cell death, in contrast to necrotic (type III) cell death (Bras et al.,Lockshin and Zakeri, ).Apoptosis in animal cells is phenotypically characterised by Cited by: To test the prebiotic activity of wheat arabinogalactan-peptide (AGP), which is a soluble dietary fibre composed of arabinogalactan polysaccharide linked to a residue peptide, which accounts for up to % of the dry weight of wheat by: 2.

Peas and beans Most of these structures can be seen very easily with the naked eye in the pea (Pisum sativum) or broad bean (Viciafaba).

Take a mature pod, the fruit (Fig. ) in your hand and. Biosafety Resource Book m o d u l e No host range limitation. Gene transfer to in situ chloroplasts has been documented. Micro-injection subsequently the zygote continues embryonic development, the embryo is transferred to a foster mother and eventually develops to a transgenic animal.

However, this method has strong limitations: on. Full text of "Journal of South African Botany" See other formats. JOURNAL OF SOUTH AFRICAN BOTANY VOLUME 42 Published under the authority of the Trustees of the -GA 29 AND ITS METABOLISM BY ETIOLATED SEEDLINGS AND GERMINATING SEEDS OF DWARF PISUM SATIVUM (METEOR).

3 (I. () on the embryo-sac development of S. reginae no other work on the embryology of this species could be traced in the. The stage of seed development influences iron bioavailability in pea (Pisum sativum L.).

Scientific Reports. 8 (). Effects of Organic and Conventional Crop Author: Y. Zhang, H. Darlington, J. Napier, H. Jones, M. Davey, P. Shewry, N. Halford, P. This book should br returned on or before the date last marked below A HUNDRED YEARS OF BIOLOGY A HUNDRED YEARS OF BIOLOGY BY BEN DAWES, Reader in Zoology, University of London GERALD DUCKWORTH & 3 CO.

HENRIETTA STREET, LONDON, on development in the embryo, the determination of the viscosity of protoplasm and of membrane strengths in.

Plants were identified in German, Greek, and Latin, and sometimes English.[5] The book was initially published in Latin and Greek and quickly translated into German.[6] Just during Fuchs' lifetime the book went through 39 printings in Dutch, French, German, Latin, and Spanish and 20 years after his death was translated into English.[3].

The book describes thousands of experiments, many involving the production of hybrids, on more than species of plants. Mendel will study this book in detail when he attends the University of Vienna in the early s, and will cite the book in the opening of his paper of Minimal medium plates ( mL) for selection of Agrobacterium transcongugants: prepare and autoclave separately: a 20X salt solution (20 g/L NH4Cl, 6 g/L MgSO47H2O, 3 g/L KCl, g/L CaCl2, and 15 mg/L FeSO47H2O), a mM phosphate solution (60 g/L K2HPO4 and 20 g/L NaH2PO4, pH ), and a 25% glucose solution.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Faba bean (Vicia faba L.) is a major food and feed legume because of the high nutritional value of its seeds.

The main objectives of faba bean breeding are to improve yield, disease resistance, abiotic stress tolerance, seed quality and other agronomic traits.

The partial cross-pollinated nature of faba bean introduces both challenges and opportunities for population development and by:. Transcript. 1 VOL SUPP 1 ABSTRACT BOOK ESHRE MUNICH, GERMANY 29 JUNE TO 2 JULY human reproduction Scan to view this journal on your mobile device. 2 Abstracts of the 30th Annual Meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology Munich Germany 29 June to 2 July Proc Biol Sci S22–S24 Palestis BG, Trivers R, Burt A, Jones RN (b) The distribution of B chromosomes across species.

Cytogenet Genome Res – Pardo MC, López-León M, Viseras E et al (a) Mitotic instability of B chromosomes during embryo development in Locusta migratoria.Hedley, C.L., Lloyd, J.R., Ambrose, M.J. and Wang, T.L. () An analysis of seed development in Pisum sativum XVII. The effect of the rb locus alone and in com-bination with r on the growth and development of the seed.

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