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Pisum Genetics Association PISUM GENETICS
The Pisum NewsLetter till 1990


            
Volume 14, 1982              
Published by PGA since 1969

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COVER

The name Johan Rasmusson must be counted among that
select group of able and influential Swedish scientists
who contributed so much to the early literature of Pisum
genetics. Professor Rasmusson's writings make it clear
that he fully appreciated the interrelationship between
genetics and physiology. Pisum occupied his attention for
only a part of his professional career but the Pisum
literature is richer for his contributions. The cover
picture is a drawing made by Elaine Gotham from a photo
furnished by courtesy of Hilleshogs Archive, Sweden.

 

PNL Vol. 14 CONTENTS

Preface   HTML PDF
Announcement   HTML PDF
Research Reports      
 THE REACTION OF am FLOWERS WITH ACID
 R.K.Crowden
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QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF EXTRACTABLE PROTEINS FROM PISUM
SEEDS AND PODS DURING DEVELOPMENT.
 E. Gaul

6

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POLYPEPTIDE COMPOSITION OF PROTEIN FRACTIONS FROM PISUM SEEDS
AND PODS DURING DEVELOPMENT.
 E. Gaul

8

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QUANTITATIVE EXTRACTION OF REMAINING AMOUNTS OF SOLUBLE
PROTEINS FROM PEA SEEDS UNDER ALKALINE CONDITIONS.
 E. Gerhards

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A NEW MUTANT WITH DICHOTOMOUS STEM BIFURCATION.
 W. Gottschalk

12

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THE SHORT-DAY REACTION OF A FASCIATED RECOMBINANT
 W. Gottschalk

14

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THE BEHAVIOR OF GENE efr FOR EARLINESS IN NEW RECOMBINANTS
UNDER SHORT-DAY PHYTOTRON CONDITIONS.
 W. Gottschalk

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THE SEED PRODUCTION OF EARLY FLOWERING FASCIATED PISUM
RECOMBINANTS.
 W. Gottschalk

17

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A PROPOSED ASSAY FOR DETECTION OF AUXIN-SENSITIVE MUTANTS
OF PISUM USING INTACT SEEDLINGS. H. W. Ingensiep

19

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ABERRATIONS IN SHOOT MORPHOGENESIS OF PEA SEEDLINGS AFTER
TREATMENT WITH MICROTUBULE DISORGANIZERS AND 2,4-D
 H. W. Ingensiep

21

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EFFECT OF NITRATE ON NODULATION IN A NITRATE REDUCTASE
DEFICIENT PEA MUTANT.
 E. Jacobsen and I. van Dongen

23

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REACTIONS OF PEA EPICOTYLS TO VARIOUS AUXINS AND NON-ACTIVE
AUXIN ANALOGS.
 H.
J. Jacobsen

25

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CHANGES OF ELECTROPHORETIC ALBUMIN PATTERNS IN GERMINATING
SEED OF FIVE DIVERSE PISUM LINES.
 M. Jakubek and J. Przybylska

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UTILIZATION OF THE HALF-SEED TECHNIC IN THE BREEDING OF
HIGH PROTEIN VARIETIES OF PEA. I. GENETIC ANALYSIS OF
LINES AND THEIR HYBIRDS WITH RESPECT TO CHOOSING CROSS
COMBINATIONS FOR BREEDING.
 Z. Kaczmarek, M. Surma and W. K. Swiecicki

29

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SUPPLEMENTARY EVIDENCE FOR THE LINKAGE OF afila WITH MUTANTS
ON CHROMOSOME
1.
 
M. Kielpinskl

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INVERSION OF THE ASSOCIATION AMONG PROTEINS AND SUGARS WHEN
COMPARING THE GREEN PEA AND DRY SEED STAGES.
 A. Krarup

31

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FURTHER STUDIES OF AN INTERCROSS IN PISUM.
 R. L. Lamm
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GENE-ECOLOGICAL STUDIES IN PEAS: INFLUENCE OF MICROCLIMATE.
W. E. Loennlg

36

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FASCIATION AND HETEROSIS IN PEA (III).
 W. E. Loenning
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THE INHERITANCE OF THE ABILITY TO REGENERATE PLANTS FROM
CELL CULTURES OF PISUM SATIVUM L. --  A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS.
R. L. Malmberg

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LINKAGE RELATIONS OF creep ON CHROMOSOME 5.
 G. A. Marx
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PROPOSED ORDER OF MARKERS IN CHROMOSOME 3
 
G. A. Marx
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INFLUENCE OF NON-ALLELIC INTERACTIONS ON THE PHENOTYPEOF na.
 G. A. Marx

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LINKAGE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG SIX GENES IN CHROMOSOME 6.
 
G. A. Marx

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Arg EXPRESSION IN RELATION TO EPICUTICULAR WAX DISTRIBUTION
 
G. A. Marx

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FURTHER ELECTROPHORETIC STUDY OF ENZYME POLYMORPHISM IN PISUM.
 H. Parzysz, J. Przybylska, and S. Blixt

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IN VIVO ABSORPTION MEASUREMENT OF INTACT LEAVES - A SIMPLE
AND USEFUL METHOD TO STUDY CHLOROPHYLL MUTANTS.
 H. P. Schwarz

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A SURVEY OF THE EFFECT OF GENETICS AND TEMPERATURE OF
GERMINATION ON LENGTHS OF THE FIRST AND SECOND INTERNODES
OF ETIOLATED PEA SEEDLNGS.
 S. Seguin and C. Nozzolillo

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IDENTITY/ALLELISM TESTS FOR DIFFERENT SOURCES OF GENE af.
 W. K. Swiecicki

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ORANGE PODS (orp): A NEW GENE ON CHROMOSOME 2.
 W. K. Swiecicki

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Special Report      
PEA CULTIVAR EVALUATION AT PGRO.
 D. A. Norman
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Erratum 68

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Registered Polish Field Peas 69

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Directory of Members 70

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