2 edition of Chromosome behavior in triploid Petunia hybrids found in the catalog.
Literature cited: p. 355-356.Thesis--University of Michigan, 1932.Caption title.Thesis note on label attached to p. Papers from the Department of Botany, University of Michigan, number 365.Reprinted from the American journal of botany, XIX ...April, 1932.
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Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg• The double ocellaris X in such cells including those in the mosaic exhibits the peculiar features manifest by the single X in ordinary diploid XO males in the pure species and in many other Diptera. Apart from its significance as an ornamental crop, petunia has proved to be one of the most excellent model crops for studies on gene regulation and genome structure, since the system combines innumerable and excellent technical features with a broad range of research possibilities.
As a result, there is frequently an apparent excess of chromosomes at the homotypic division. None of the extreme irregularity described for other triploids was seen.
: A study of evolutionary chromosome changes in Sciara Diptera. : An analysis of natural chromosome variability in Sciara impatiens Johannsen.
Genetics, 27, 25 MLA Beasley, O. —: Mosaic salivary glands in Sciara. Successful fusion experiments are carried out with potato and tomato, which demonstrates the applicability of this technique for potato. Beasley 1942-01-02 00:00:00 INTRODUCTN H E genus Gossypium, a member of the Malvaceae, includes the species of cultivated cottons. Chromosome Behaviour in Partially Sterile Hybrids. —: Chromosome behavior, inheritance and sex determination in Sciara. : The ultraviolet absorption of puffed and unpuffed regions in the salivary gland chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster.
Sci China Life Sci 53, 416—425. Rao PS, Handro W, Harada H 1973 Hormonal control of differentiation of shoots, rots and embryos in leaf and stem cultures of Petunia inflata and Petunia hybrida.
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