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Volume 21, 1989              
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COVER

Gerald A. Marx, Professor of Horticultural Sciences at Cornell Uni­versity, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY, died in Nov. 1988 at his home in Geneva. Born in Wisconsin (1930), he received his B.S. (1952), M.S. (1956), and Ph.D. (1959) degrees in agronomy from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Dr. Marx joined the faculty of Cornell University in 1959 and over the years established an international reputation for his work on the genetics and breeding of vegetable crops. He made significant breeding improvements for tomatoes, winter squash, carrots, and beets. However, he was best known for his work with garden peas. In 1969 he was instrumental in founding the Pisum Genetics Associa­tion, with the aim of fostering genetic research on the pea, facilitating exchange of information, and ensuring the preservation of valuable genetic stocks. Dr. Marx continued to play a guiding role in the affairs of the Pisum Genetics Association, serving as chairman of the Coordinating Com-mittee and editor of the Pisum Newsletter until his death. His deep and abiding interest in the pea undoubtedly helped sustain him through a long and increasingly painful illness.

Dr. Marx had a keen appreciation of the value of basic research and its usefulness in solving practical problems. Developmental genetics of higher plants was one of his greatest interests. His acute powers of ob­servation and close attention to his plants enabled him to detect and note various effects and interactions which significantly increased our know­ledge of the actions and interrelationships of many developmental mutants. His two recent reviews on developmental mutants will serve as a valuable source of information for scientists working in this area. Any and all genetic variation in the garden pea was of much interest to Dr. Marx. He made extensive investigations of the inheritance and linkage relationships of. pea mutants. He developed at Geneva an immense and highly valuable dynamic collection of thoroughly documented genetic stocks of peas. He shared this valuable germplasm with researchers from all over the world and will long be remembered for his generous encouragement of students and other scientists interested in investigating the nature of gene action.
Dr. Marx is survived by his wife, Mary Lou, and by a brother and several nieces and nephews in Wisconsin.
Anyone wishing to make a contribution in memory of Dr. Marx is re­quested to donate to the Pisum Genetics Assn., in care of F. Van Kirk, Dept . of Horticultural Sciences, NYS Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY 14456, USA.

 

Pisum Newsletter vol. 21 Contents
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

i   HTML    PDF 
Preface   1   HTML PDF
Cover   4   HTML PDF
Research Reports   5   

SOMACLONAL VARIATION IN PROGENIES OF PEA PLANTS
REGENERATED FROM TISSUE CULYURES.

T. Cardi

  5  HTML PDF

LIGHT/DARK CHANGES IN CO2 LEVELS IN THE POD SPACE OF GREEN,
PURPLE AND YELLOW PODDED LINES OF PISUM SATIVUM L.

Maria Donkin and David N. Price

7  HTML PDF

CHROMOSOME ENGINEERING THROUGH THE TRANSFER OF P. fulvum
SATELLITES INTO P. sativum.
A. Errico and C. Conicella

10  HTML PDF

SELECTION IN VITRO FOR ATRAZINE RESISTANCE IN PISUM SATIVUM L.
T. A. Ezhova, Nguen Thi Zung, A. M. Bagrova, and I.P. Vasil'ev

12  HTML PDF

STABLE TRANSFORMATION OF PEA TISSUES AFTER CO-CULTIVATION
WITH TWO Agrobacterium tumefaciens STRAINS. 
E. Filippone and
P. F. Lurquin

16  HTML PDF

ASSIGNMENT OF LINKAGE SEGMENTS TO CHROMOSOMES 3, 4, 5 AND 7.

Donald Folkeson

19  HTML PDF

HEAT TOLERANCE IN PISUM. 
W. Gottschalk

20  HTML PDF

STUDIES ON A SEED PERPETUATED CONDITION IN COMMERCIAL SEED

LOTS OF PEAS WITH SYMPTOMS SIMILAR TO THOSE DESCRIBED FOR PSbMV.

W. A. Haglund, J. Hagen, and W. C. Anderson

23  HTML PDF

INVESTIGATION OF PURPORTED NON-ELISA-DETECTABLE LATENT PEA

SEEDBORNE MOSAIC VIRUS INFECTION IN SELECTED U.S. COMMERCIAL

PEA SEEDLOTS. 
R. 0. Hampton and G. I. Mink

26  HTML PDF

TWO NEW TECHNIQUES FOR SCREENING PEAS FOR RESISTANCE AGAINST

Ascohyta pisi . 
Heidi Jaiser

29  HTML PDF

MUTANTS DEFECTIVE IN SYMBIOTIC NITROGEN FIXATION. 
B. E. Kneen,
T. A. LaRue, and N..F. Weeden

31  HTML PDF

PALE AXIL COLOR. 

G. A. Marx

32  HTML PDF

PEA LEAF ARCHITECTURE: THE INTERACTION OF af, tl AND tac.

G. A. Marx

33  HTML PDF

WAXLESS POD (wp) SHOWS LINKAGE ON CHROMOSOME 6.
G. A. Marx

34  HTML PDF

A-2: A NEW LOCUS CONTROLLING ANTHOCYANIN PRODUCTION IN PISUM.

G. A. Marx, N. F. Weeden, and F. J. Muehlbauer

35  HTML PDF

FLOWERING IN PISUM: SEPARATION OF GENOTYPES Sn Hr, Sn hr

AND sn- ON A lf E Dne BACKGROUND. 
I. C. Murfet and
S. C. Cayzer

37  HTML PDF

LONGEVITY OF PEA SEED IN STORAGE AT HOBART. 
I. C. Murfet and
R. Cramp

41  HTML PDF

ALLELISM TESTS ON LINES WITH THE ERECTOIDES PHENOTYPE.

J. B. Reid, J. J. Ross, and I.C. Murfet

43  HTML PDF

INTERACTION OF THE det (DETERMINATE) MUTANT WITH OTHER

FLOWERING GENES. 
I. C. Murfet

44  HTML PDF

GENOTYPE Le lv: AN EXTREMELY LONG INTERNODE LENGTH TYPE.

J. B. Reid

48  HTML PDF

SURFACE SPREAD SYNAPTONEMAL COMPLEXES IN PISUM SATIVUM.

Karin Scheumann and Gisela Wolf

52  HTML PDF

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INDUCTION OF MACRO- AND MICRO-MUTATIONS
FOLLOWING MUTAGENIC TREATMENT.  N. P. Singh and B. Sharma

55  HTML PDF

LEAF ABERRATIONS - AN EFFECTIVE SCREENING TECHNIQUE FOR
MICROMUTATIONS IN PEAS. 
N. P. Singh and B. Sharma

57  HTML PDF

DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE OF POLYGENIC TRAITS TO MUTAGENIC

TREATMENT IN PEAS. 
N. P. Singh and B. Sharma

59  HTML PDF

EFFICIENCY OF SELECTION FOR MICROMUTATIONS IN M2 GENERATION

IN PEAS. 
N. P. Singh and B. Sharma

61  HTML PDF

NEW GENES LINKED TO R AND Tl IN PEA: HISTONE HI SLOW FRACTION

AND SEED ALBUMIN K9 GENES.
0. G. Smirnova, S. M. Rozov, and
V.A. Berdnikov

63  HTML PDF

TRYPSIN INHIBITOR GENES ARE LINKED TO R AND Tl.

0.G. Smirnova, S.M. Rozov, and V.A. Berdnikov

66  HTML PDF

EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE ASSESSMENT OF RESISTANCE IN TESTS OF

PEAS WITH FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM f. sp. PISI.
Ingrid Stuhler
and Heidi Jaiser

69  HTML PDF

THE GENE lk (ERECTOIDES) ON CHROMOSOME 5. 
W. K. Swiecicki

71  HTML PDF

NEW GENE CRISPOID (crd) ON CHROMOSOME 1. 
W. K. Swiecicki

73  HTML PDF

A NEW GENE HETEROPHYLUS (het) ON CHROMOSOME 7.

W. K. Swiecicki

75  HTML PDF

COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF THE SPONTANEOUS AND INDUCED VARIABILITY

IN CALLUS CULTURES AND REGENERATED PLANTS OF PEA.

N. S. Tikhvinskaya and S. A. Gostimski

77  HTML PDF

OBSERVATION OF LINKAGE BETWEEN rui AND LOCI ON CHROMOSOME 6.

B. Wolko

80  HTML PDF

Features

82    

BREEDING PEAS FOR RESISTANCE TO SOIL-BORNE DISEASES.

John M. Kraft

82  HTML PDF

DRY PEA PRODUCTION AND RESEARCH IN BRAZIL. 
L. de B. Giordano
and F. J. B. Reifschneider

85  HTML PDF

The Af-I-Aero-"Ch" GENE SYSTEM AND ITS USE AS A TEACHING AID.

G. A. Marx

86  HTML PDF

New Cultivars

87    

NEW CULTIVARS - DRY PEAS - REGISTERED IN POLAND IN 1988

87  HTML PDF

GERMPLASM CATALOGUE

87  HTML PDF