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Volume 17, 1985              
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COVER

The retirement of Professor Dr. W. Gottschalk from the
Chair of Genetics in the Faculty of Sciences, University of
Bonn, in 1985 prompts us to recognize his many contributions
to Pisum genetics and cytology published in the PNL and
elsewhere. He has been a member of the Coordinating Commit-
tee since the inception of the PGA in 1969. He is well known
the world over, has acted as a consultant outside his native
Germany, and has participated in several international re-
search programs, e.g. EURATOM, IAEA. A leader in the field
of mutation genetics, he has always stressed the potential of
higher plants as research tools for solving problems, basic
and applied, which cannot easily be accomplished with other
organisms, if at all. His unique collection of pea mutants
and recombinants is well suited to study questions ranging
from biochemistry and developmental biology to ecology and to
breeding. Ever energetic and committed, Dr. Gottschalk has
over the years guided and supported a staff of creative and
productive associates at his Institute. We hope that his
years of dedicated commitment to science will be rewarded by
many more years of pleasant personal activity (at a pace con-
trolled more by him than by others or events). The papers
contributed to this issue of the PNL by coworkers of the
Institute of Genetics are respectfully dedicated to him.
(Cover picture drawn by Elaine Gotham from a photo sup-
plied by Prof. Dr. H. P. Muller.)

    PNL Vol. 17 CONTENTS

Preface

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Research Reports

 

 

 

 SDS-ELECTROPHORETIC INVESTIGATION ON SEED ALBUMINS OF SOME PISUM

GENOTYPES.   A. Abou-Salha

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 INFLUENCE OF st ON THE REMAINING PARTS OF LEAF.

T. Cardi and   L. M. Monti

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A SEARCH FOR NITROGEN FIXATION MUTANTS OF PEA.

K. C. Engvild. 

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MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION IN PLANTS REGENERATED FROM LONG-TERM

CALLUS CULTURE OF PEA.  T. A. Ezhova, A. M. Bagrova, and

S. A. Gostimski

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STUDY OF SHOOT FORMING CAPACITY IN PEA CALLUS CULTURE.

T. A. Ezhova, A. M. Bagrova,  and S. A. Gostimski

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IN VITRO ROOTING OF PEA SHOOTS.  E. Filippone

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IN VITRO CULTURE OF EXPLANTS  FROM A SINGLE PEA SEED.  E. Filippone 

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A REVISED LINKAGE MAP OF CHROMOSOME 5 IN PISUM.  D. Folkeson 

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BSG-STAINING ARGUMENTS FOR A  SHIFT IN LOCATION OF LINKAGE GROUPS

II AND IV.  D. Folkeson

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LIGHT MICROSCOPIC STUDIES OF  PARENCHYMA CELLS FROM PEA COTYLEDONS

DURING SEED DEVELOPMENT.  E.  Gaul

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A GENE FOR FLOWER DOUBLING IN PISUM.  W. Gottschalk

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INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON 1HE FLOWERING BEHAVIOR OF FASCIATED

AND BIFURCATED PISUM GENOTYPES.  W. Gottschalk

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SOLUBLE AUXIN BINDING PROTEIN IN PEA?  K. Hajek

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A RAPID METHOD TO DETECT DNA  BINDING PROTEINS. R. Henschke and

E. Nucken

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HISTONES AND HMG-LIKE PROTEINS FROM PISUM SATIVUM CORRELATED TO

THE EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS OF CALF THYMUS.  M.  Herlt

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A SIMPLE ASSAY FOR GENOTYPE-DEPENDENT AUXIN-SENSITIVITY WITH

YOUNG SEEDLINGS OF PISUM SATIVUM.  H. W. Ingensiep

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MORPHOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE HIGHLY NODULATING MUTANT nod-3 AND

ITS PARENT VARIETY 'RONDO'.  E. Jacobsen and A. Schuil 

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GENETICALLY CAUSED DIFFERENCES IN SOLUBLE AUXIN-BINDING:

CORRELATION WITH INTERNODE LENGTH AND CALLUS FORMATION.

H.-J. Jacobsen

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GENETICAL STUDIES OF THE PISUM SATIVUM ROOT SYSTEM.  F. H. Jensen.

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COULOMETRIC ESTIMATION OF SULFUR AS A SCREENING METHOD  FOR

ESTABLISHING TOTAL SULFUR CONTAINING AMINO ACIDS (CYSTINE AND

METHIONINE) IN PEA SEEDS.  I. Kurasz, M. Stencel, and B. Wolko 

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INDUCTION OF SOMATIC EMBRYOS IN PEA, PISUM SATIVUM L.   W. Kysely 

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DETAILED DOCUMENTATION OF THE OBSCURATUM PHENOMENON IN  PISUM.

W. E. Loennig

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CROSS FERTILIZATION IN PEAS UNDER DIFFERENT ECOLOGICAL

CONDITIONS (II).  W. E. Loennig

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THE PEA'S NECTARIES AND INSECT VISITORS.  W. E. Loennig

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ANTIBIOTICS-MUTAGENESIS-TESTS WITH PEAS.  W. E. Loennig

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CAROTENOID COMPOSITION AND PROVITAMIN A VALUES OF F2 SEEDS FROM

THE CROSS Wt 3527 (orc) x Wt 11145 (Orc) .  J. Ludwicki  and

W. K. Swiecicki

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INFLUENCE OF af , st AND tl GENES ON NITRATE REDUCTASE

ACTIVITY IN PEAS.  B. Marano, A. Leone, and L. Frusciante

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THE PLEIOTROPIC EFFECTS AND INTERACTIONS OF ar RESPECTFULLY

REVISITED.  G. A. Marx

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LINKAGE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MORPHOLOGICAL AND ISOZYME MARKERS IN

CHROMOSOME 3 AND GENE En CONFERRING VIRUS RESISTANCE.

G. A. Marx, N. F. Weeden, and R. Prowidenti

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COMPARISON OF PROTEIN AND ENZYME PATTERNS IN SEEDS FROM FIELD-

AND PHYTOTRON-CULTIVATED PLANTS.  H. P. Muller

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GENETIC ANALYSIS OF SEED STORAGE PROTEINS OF PEA MUTANTS.

R. Rao, M. R. Mogno, and S. Grillo

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PIGMENT CHANGES DURING THE ONTOGENY OF PLANTS.  R. Schmitz

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TWO DIMENSIONAL SEPARATION OF THYLAKOID MEMBRANE POLYPEPTIDES FROM

WILD TYPE AND CHLOROPHYLL DEFICIENT MUTANTS OF PISUM SATIVUM L.

H. P. Schwarz

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NECROSIS (nec): A NEW GENE ON CHROMOSOME 5.  W. K. Swiecicki 

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A SECOND GENE arthritic (art-2) ON CHROMOSOME 5.  W. K. Swiecicki.

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STUDIES ON MUTATIONS IN PEAS; COMBINED TREATMENT BY Nf AND NEU.

W. K. Swiecicki

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RELATIVE POSITION OF Adh-1 AND Gal-3 ON CHROMOSOME 3.

N. F. Weeden, G.  A.  Marx,  and E. Pagowska

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IDENTIFICATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF 3-BETA-GALACTOSIDASE

ISOZYMES IN PEA LEAVES.  N. F. Weeden

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ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENASE EXPRESSION IN THE PEA.  N. F. Weeden and

E. Pagowska

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IDENTIFICATION AND LOCALIZATION OF A TRANSLOCATION IN PISUM

CHROMOSOMES BY THE C-BANDING TECHNIQUE.  G. Wolff

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CHARACTERS OF THE BIFURCATED MUTANT 157 OF GOTTSCHALK'S PISUM

COLLECTION.  G. Wolff

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LEUCINE AMINOPEPTIDASE (LAP-2) VARIABILITY IN THE GENUS PISUM.

B. Wolko, M.  Krzakowa,  AND W. K. Swiecicki

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Gene Banks

     

THE GENEVA COLLECTION OF PISUM GENETIC STOCKS; MOVING TOWARD

COMPUTER ACCESSIBILITY.  G. A. Marx and P. McInnis

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THE PISUM CULTIVAR DATABASE; A RESOURCE.  P. J. Winfield and

F. N. Breen

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New varieties

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Memorial

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