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Pisum Genetics Association PISUM GENETICS
The Pisum NewsLetter till 1990


            
Volume 15, 1983              
Published by PGA since 1969

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COVER

Our cover sketch of V. S. Fedotov was drawn by Ms. Elaine
Gotham from a photo kindly provided by Director V. F. Dorofeev
and Dr. R. Kh. Makasheva. They also furnished the following
biograhical information:
Vassily Sergeyevich Fedotov (1895-1966), a prominent Soviet
geneticist, was born in 1895. He worked at the N.I. Vavilov
Ail-Union Scientific Research Institute from 1925 to 1953 on
grain and leguminous crops under the guidance of academician
N. I. Vavilov and Professor L. I. Govorov. In 1953 he trans-
ferred to the Scientific-Research Institute of Agriculture of
Central Regions of Non-chernozem (=non-black earth) Zone, where
he conducted practical breeding in peas and beans, as well as
sweet and bitter lupine.
V. S. Fedotov devoted much attention to theoretical studies and
to selection of grain leguminous crops. His reports on the gen-
etics of pea published in the thirties still retain their signi-
ficance. Of most interest to pea geneticists are: "On the her-
editary factors of flower color and some other characters in the
pea", "Multiple allelomorphs of the character 'grey spotting' on
the foliage of peas", "The genetics of anthocyanin pigmentation
on peas" and "Genetical principles of pea breeding".

 

 

PNL Vol. 15 CONTENTS

Preface  1 HTML PDF
Research Reports      

PEA ENATION MOSAIC VIRUS: VARIATION IN RESISTANCE CONFERRED
BY En.
 J. R. Baggett and R. 0. Hampton

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INHERITANCE OF THE DARK GREEN SEEDCOAT COLOR IN GARDEN PEAS.
 E. Baumunk-Wende

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PRELIMINARY NOTE ON ORANGE COTYLEDONS: A NEW COTYLEDON COLOR.
 S. Blixt and W. K. Swiecicki

9

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INTERACTION AND LINKAGE OF YIELD COMPONENTS IN PEA.
 L. Csizmadia

11

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A COMPARISON OF STOMATAL BEHAVIOR BEFORE AND AFTER FLOWERING
IN THE ARGENTEUM MUTANT OF PISUM SATIVUM.
 M. E. Donkin,
T. Hull, and E. S. Martin

13

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FUNCTIONAL STOMATA ON THE PODS OF THE ARGENTEUM MUTANT OF
PISUM SATIVUM.
 M. E. Donkin, C. Smith, D. N. Price, T. Hull,
and E. S. Martin

15

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THE PHYSIOLOGY OF A WILTY MUTANT OF PISUM SATIVUM UNDER
SIMULATED WATER STRESS CONDITIONS.
 M. E. Donkin, T. Wang,
T. Hull, and E. S. Martin

18

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FLOWERING BEHAVIOR OF 18 PISUM GENOTYPES UNDER THREE
DIF
FERENT PHOTOPERIODS.
 W. Gottschalk

21

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THE SEED PRODUCTION OF 33 PISUM GENOTYPES UNDER PERMANENT
LIGHT PHYTOTRON CONDITIONS.
 W. Gottschalk

23

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UNUSUAL PHOTOPERIODIC REACTION OF PISUM RECOMBINANT R 142 F
 W. Gottschalk

24

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FURTHER GENES INFLUENCING THE PENETRANCE OF GENE bif-1 FOR
STEM BIFURCATION.
 W. Gottschalk and A. Abou-Salha

26

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MORPHOGENETIC EFFECTS, AUXIN UPTAKE AND METABOLISM
OF
SOME PEA VARIETIES AFTER ROOT APPLICATION OF AUXINS.
 H. W. Ingensiep

28

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A TEST SYSTEM FOR SHOOT APPLICATION OF AUXINS COMBINED
WITH PHOSPHOLIPIDS USING SEEDLINGS OF PISUM SATIVUM.
 H.
W. Ingensiep

29

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A MUTANT SHOWING EFFICIENT NODULATION IN THE PRESENCE
OF NITRATE.
 E. Jacobsen and H. Nijdam

31

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CYTOLOGICAL STUDIES OF L-108, NILSON'S N II.
 R. L. Lamm
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STREPTOMYCIN BLOCKS CHLOROPHYLL SYNTHESIS IN
PEA-SEEDLINGS
 W.-E.
Loennig

36

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LOCUS IDENTITY TEST CROSSES FOR DIFFERENT FASCIATA LINES
 W.-E.
Loennig

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CROSS-FERTILIZATION IN PEAS.
 W.-E.
Lonnig
40

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CAROTENOID CONTENT AND PROVITAMIN A VALUES OF PEA SEEDS
WITH ORANGE VS. YELLOW COTYLEDONS.
 
J. Ludwicki and W. K. Swiecicki

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A THREE-POINT LINKAGE ANALYSIS INVOLVING Am-1--Af--I.
 G.
A. Marx

43

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PLANT STATURE AS AFFECTED BY THE INTERACTION OF
na
AND le la cryc
G.
A.
Marx
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SUPPLEMENTAL LINKAGE DATA INVOLVING MARKERS ON
CHROMOSOMES
3 AND 5.
 
G. A. Marx

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OBSERVATIONS ON ORANGE POD PEAS: WT 10 263
 
C. Nozzolillo, S. Moy, and L. Boylen

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VARIATIONS IN THE PHOTOENVIRONMENT WITHIN FRUITS OF
A Pu
Pur AND gp_ PEAS.
 D. N. Price,
J. E. Hay ward, and C. M. Smith

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ELECTROPHORETIC SEED ALBUMIN PATTERNS IN PISUM.
 J.
Przybylska, Z. Zimniak-Przybylaka
, K. Kozubek,
 
and S. Blixt

51

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LINKAGE DETERMINATIONS FOR SEVERAL ISGZYMIC LOCI
IN
PISUM
 N.
F. Weeden and G. A. Marx

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 PEA 6-PHOSPHOGLUCONATE DEHYDROGENASE ISOZYMES.
 N. F. Weeden

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ISOZYME VARIATION AT SELECTED LOCI IN PISUM.
 N. F.
Weeden

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ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSIS OF PISUM SEED AMYLASES.
 Z. Zimniak-Przybylska and J. Przybylska

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New Varieties  

 

  

'SUBLIMA', GARDEN PEA.
 E. Baumunk-Wende
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GARDEN PEA VARIETIES.
 G. A. Marx
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Announcement 63

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