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Pisum Genetics Association PISUM GENETICS
The Pisum NewsLetter till 1990


            
Volume 12, 1980              
Published by PGA since 1969

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COVER

   The name Herbert Lamprecht is virtually synonymous with pea genetics. His contributions to the "state of the art" perhaps have surpassed all others in scope and importance. His legacy remains undiminished. The cover illustration was redrawn by Mrs. Monica Juffs from a photo which appeared in PNL Vol. 2 ten years ago (1970). Accompanying the photo was a biographical sketch of Dr. Lamprecht's life and works.

 

PNL Vol. 12 CONTENTS

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Research Reports      

NEW TECHNIQUES TO SCREEN PEA SEEDLINGS FOR RESISTANCE TO
SCLEROTINIA WHITE MOLD.
 B. L. Blanchette and D. L. Auld

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DOSAGE EFFECTS AT THE R LOCUS ON THE PROPERTIES OF THE STARCH FRACTIONS.
 C. D. Boyer, P. A. Damewood, and G. L. Matters

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LOCATION OF NEW TRANSLOCATION IN PISUM. 
 T. A. Ezhova and
   S. A. Gostimski

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A CHLORATE RESISTANT NITRATE REDUCTASE-DEFICIENT PEA MUTANT.
   W. J. Feenstra and E. Jacobsen

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FREQUENCY CHANGES IN MIXTURES OF Af-af, St-st, Tl-tl GROWN UNDER
MINIMAL AND INTENSE COMPETITION.
 T.
J. Glover

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DESYNAPTIC ALLELIC PEA MUTANTS.
 S. A. Gostimski and T. A. Ezhova
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THE EFFICIENCY OF SOME MICRO-MUTANTS. 
 W.  Gottschalk
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THE SEED PROTEIN PRODUCTION OF HIGH-YELDING PISUM GENOTYPES.
  W. Gottschalk

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A DWARFY PISUM GENOTYPE WITH AN EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFICIENCY.
 W. Gottschalk

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IMPROVEMENT OF SEED PRODUCTION OF THE  afila MUTANT.
 
W.  Gottschalk
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ACTION OF GENE gf AS  INFLUENCED BY ENVIRONOMENT AND BACKGROUND GENOTYPE.
 W. Gottschalk

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IMPROVEMENT OF AN EARLY FLOWERING GENOTYPE THROUGH RECOMBINATION.
  W. Gottschalk

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LINKAGE OF THE en AND st GENES IN PEAS.
 E. T. Gritton and D. J. Hagedorn

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WITHIN-LINE HETEROGENEITY FOR GENE sbm IN THE U.S. PISUM COLLECTION.
 R. 0. Hampton

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PEA SEEDBORNE MOSAIC SYMPTOM VARIATION AMONG PISUM PLANT INTRODUCTION
ACCESSIONS: EXPRESSIONS AND VARIATION IN SYMPTOM EXPRESSION AMONG
DIFFERENT GENOTYPES OF PISUM AND THE PATHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS.
 R. 0. Hampton

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THE SEED PRODUCTION OF RECOMBINANTS IN COMPARISON WITH THEIR PARENTS.
 K. Hartmann

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GENETIC VARIATION IN ROOT NODULE FORMATION OF DIFFERENT PEA CULTIVARS.
 S. E. Jacobsen and
K. W. Henningsen

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THE OCCURRENCE AND SOMATIC CHROMOSOME NUMBER OF TWIN FORMS
IN PISUM SATIVUM.
 E. Jacobsen and W. J. Feenstra

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GENETIC VARIABILITY AND CORRELATIONS AMONG METRIC TRAITS OF SOME HIGH
PROTEIN PEA LINES. 
 M.L.H. Kaul

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GENTOYPE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION IN PEA. 
 M.L.H. Kaul, V. Goel, and B.
K. Yadav

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CORRELATION COEFFICIENTS AMONG SUGAR, PROTEIN, AND YIELDS IN NINE
LINES OF PEA. 
 A. Krarup

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SULFUR CONTENT AS A SCREENING CRITERION FOR METHIONINE AND CYSTEINE
LEVEL IN PEA SEEDS. 
 F. Krzywinska, J. Przybylska, and J. Hurich

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APPLICATION OF THE INTERCROSS METHOD TO PISUM. 
 R. L. Lamm
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FASCIATION AND HETEROSIS IN PEA. 
 
W. E. Lonnig
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LINKAGE RELATIONS OF bulf
 
G. A. Marx
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LINKAGE RELATIONS OF A MUTANT CONFERRING MECHANICAL STERILITY.
 G. A. Marx

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A GRAY-GREEN  FOLIAGE MUTANT, POSSIBLY WELLENSIEK'S "lead".
 G. A. Marx

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A MUTANT CAUSING NECROSIS OF THE LEAFLET MARGINS. 
 
G. A. Marx
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PEA MUTATIONS OF PRACTICAL VALUE. 
 L. M. Monti,
F. Saccardo, and Pi Vitale

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ISOLATION  OF  THE STORAGE PROTEINS OF PEA SEEDS. 
 H. P. Muller
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CHARACTERIZATION OF TISSUE-SPECIFIC SEED PROTEINS IN PISUM.
  H. P. Muller

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 THE MAP DISTANCE BETWEEN THE e AND wlo LOCI.
 I. C. Murfet
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FURTHER DATA ON THE ASSORTMENT OF THE sn LOCUS.
 I. C. Murfet
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SHOOT TIP ABORTION IN PEA SEEDLINGS (PI 356980) AS AFFECTED BY
 GERMINATION TEMPERATURE.
 C. Nozzolillo

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 INDUCTION OF CHROMOSOME DUPLICATIONS IN PEAS.
 F. Saccardo,
 N. La Gioia, and L. M. Monti

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 THE IMPORTANCE OF MYCORRHIZAL INFECTION FOR THE GROWTH AND
 DEVELOPMENT OF THE PEA PLANT.
 B. Snoad

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 QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE VARIATION OF PROTEIN IN PEA SEEDS.
 W. Swiecicki

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 INHERITANCE OF PROTEIN CONTENT IN PEA. I. INHERITANCE OF PROTEIN
 CONTENT ON THE BASIS OF DIALLELIC CROSSES.
 W. K. Swiecicki,
 Z. Kaczmarek, and M. Surma

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 INHERITANCE OF PROTEIN CONTENT IN PEA. II. HERITABILITY OF
 PROTEIN CONTENT IN RANGER X STRAL AND PALOMA X STRAL CROSSES.
 W. K. Swiecicki, Z. Kaczmarek, and M. Surma

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 CHANGE IN PROPORTION OF PEA FOLIAGE TYPES AFTER ONE SEASON OF
 GROWTH AS A MIXTURE.
 T. C. Wehner and E. T. Gritton

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 LOW-TEMPERATURE SEED GERMINATION TESTS.
 T. C. Wehner and
 E. T. Gritton

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 SELECTION CRITERIA FOR BREEDING WRINKLED PEAS SPECIALLY SUITED
 FOR FREEZE-DRYING.
 E. Wende

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 ROLE OF THE r GENE IN PLASTID INSERTION OF PHOSPHORYLASES.
 A. F. Williams

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 ELECTROPHORETICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON SEED ALBUMINS OF PISUM
 SATIVUM: IDENTIFICATION OF SEVERAL ENZYMES.
 G. Wolff

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Feature: Pea Gene Bank in Poland.
 W. K.
S
wiecicki and W. Swiecicki
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Announcements, Stocks available, Erratum 79

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