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Pisum Genetics Association PISUM GENETICS
The Pisum NewsLetter till 1990


            
Volume 11, 1979              
Published by PGA since 1969

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COVER

  

Perhaps it can be said that the Tedins, Hans and Olof, were responsible for introducing pea genetics to Scandinavia. The papers by Hans Tedin in Hereditas 1920-1928, and the one by Hans and Olof Tedin and Wellensiek, 1925, can be counted among the classic genetical papers on Pisum.

 Hans Tedin (1860-1930) was employed as plant breeder at the Swedish Seed Association, Svalof, from 1891 nearly until his death in 1930. He showed already in the 1890's that old landraces of self-fertilizing plants could be split up into a multitude of constant strains. This is said to be an important foundation for Johannsen's later work resulting in the pure line concept. After the rediscovery of Mendel, he started systematic genetic studies with Pisum.

 Olof Tedin (1898-1966), the son of Hans, also spent most of his professional career as a plant breeder with the Swedish Seed Association. He is famous in Sweden for his book (co-authored with Bonnier), "Biologisk variationsanalys" (Biological Analysis of Variance), a book which is noted for its clarity, simplicity, and logic.

Cover picture created by Monica Juffs from photographs furnished by
Dr. S. Blixt.

 

PNL Vol. 11 CONTENTS

Preface   HTML PDF
Research Reports      
TESTA ANTHOCYANINS IN PISUM.  
 R.  K.  Crowden
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A GENE FOR STEM BIFURCATION WITH  FULL PENETRANCE.
  W.  Gottschalk

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EFFECT OF GENOTYPIC BACKGROUND AND ENVIRONMENT ON  THE
EXPRESSION OF THE dgl  MUTANT.
 W.  Gottschalk

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A PEA MUTANT HIGHLY SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE FUNGICIDE  "Maneb"
  W.  Gottschalk

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YIELD POTENTIAL OF SEMI-DWARF AND DWARF GENOTYPES.
  W.  Gottschalk

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A PISUM GENE PREVENTING TRANSITION  FROM THE  VEGETATIVE TO
THE REPRODUCTIVE STAGE.  
 W. Gottschalk

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SIMPLE PROTEIN ASSAY FOR  PEA.
 K. Hartmann
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PRESENCE OF THE HIGH-CYST1NE  FRACTION IN THE  PISUM SEED ALBUMINS.
 M.  Jakubek  and  J. Przybylsak

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AGRONOMIC PERFORMANCE AND SEED PROTEIN YIELD  OF SOME PEA
GENOTYPES.
 M.  L. H. Kaul

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POPULATION PERFORMANCE AND  GENETIC PARAMETERS OF  SOME
PROMISING PEA LINES.
 M.  L. H. Kaul and R. Garg

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RECIPROCAL TRANSLOCATION  IN PEA.
 M.  L.  H. Kaul
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HYBRIDIZATION TECHNIQUE VS. SUCCESS RATE.
 C. King and
   A. F. Williams

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LOCATION OF _B AND St IN PISUM.
 R. L. Lamm
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REGENERATION OF GENE LINES OF Pisum sativum FROM CALLUS  CULTURES.
 R. L. Malmberg

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ON THE RELATIONSHIP OF ANTHOCYANIN PIGMENTATION AND STEM
LENGTH IN PEA SEEDLINGS.
 C. Nozzolillo

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AN ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF BASAL STEM
ANTHOCYANIN AND ALLELES AT THE D LOCUS IN PISUM.
  G. A. Marx and C. Nozzolillo

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LINKAGE RELATIONS OF mo.
 G. A. Marx and R. Provvidenti.
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GENETIC RESISTANCE TO Heterodera goettingiana Lieb. IN PISUM.
 Perrino, M. Di Vito, E. Porceddu, and F. Lamberti

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VARIATION IN ELECTROPHORETIC PATTERNS OF UREA-TREATED LEGUMIN
FRACTION IN PISUM.
 J. Przybylska, J. Hurich, and
 Z. Zimniak-Przybylska

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SCREENING FOR ESTIMATING OPTIMAL DOSES OF COMBINED CHEMICAL
AND PHYSICAL MUTAGENS.
 W. K. Swiecicki

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 TEMPERATURE DEPENDENT BEHAVIOR OF A CHLOROPHYLL MUTANT OF  PEAS.
 A. F. Williams

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Some facts and thoughts about amyloplast enzyme  compartmentation.
 A. F. Williams

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New Varieties 38

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Author Index 39

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Directory of Members 72

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Announcement 86

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