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Pisum Genetics Association PISUM GENETICS
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Volume 32, 2000              
Published by PGA since 1969

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            Table of Contents

 

Cover........................................................................................................................

Contents....................................................................................................   

Pisum Genetics Association Notes..............................................................   

 

Review Paper

 Strategies for improving the iron nutritional quality of seed crops: lessons learnedfrom the study of
unique iron-hyperaccumulating pea mutants

            Michael A. Grusak ....................................................................1        
                                                                                                                   

 

Research Papers

 A new allele at Crd disturbs development of the compound leaf
            V.A. Berdnikov, F.L. Gorel, and O.E. Kosterin .........................6
        

Interaction of a new leaf mutation ins2 with af, unitac and tlw
            V.A. Berdnikov, F.L. Gorel, V.S. Bogdanova 
            and O.E. Kosterin ....................................................................9
        

New mutations in the linkage group V have provided stable trisomic lines
of pea

            V.A. Berdnikov, F.L. Gorel and O.E. Kosterin ........................13
        

A study of potential ability for cross-pollination in pea originating 
from different parts of the world

            V.S. Bogdanova and V.A. Berdnikov .......................................16        

Dominant alleles of the locus Tl may differ in their strength
            V.S. Bogdanova, O.E. Kosterin and V.A. Berdnikov .................18        

Chromosomal location of Fwf, the Fusarium wilt race 5 resistance gene in Pisum sativum
            C.J. Coyne, D.A. Inglis, S.J. Whitehead, M.T. McClendon
            and F.J. Muehlbauer .............................................................. 20
        

Construction of a bacterial artificial chomosome library for pea 
(Pisum sativumL.)

            C.J. Coyne, K. Medsem, D.A. Lightfoot, K.E. Keller, 
            R.R. Martin, M.T. McClendon, D.A. Inglis, E.W. Storlie 
            and K.E. McPhee .................................................................. 23        

Selected AFLP primer pairs for fine mapping in pea
            C.J. Coyne, M.-L. Pilet, G. Deniot, A. Baranger, S. Prioul 
            and M.T. McClendon..............................................................27        

Two new field pea cultivars for the southeastern highlands of Ethiopia
            T. Getachew...........................................................................31        

Double mutant rms2 rms5 expresses a transgressive, profuse 
branching phenotype
            I.C. Murfet and G.M. Symons.................................................33        

Location and STS primers for Cop1
            R.L. Murphy, N.F. Weeden and J.A. Przyborowski...................39        

ITS sequence variation in selected taxa of Pisum
            D.E. Saar and N.O. Polans.......................................................42        

Linkages of the Aba (Albumin a) locus with markers of the linkage group VI
            W.K. Swiecicki, J. Przybylska and Z. Zimniak-Prysbylska..........46        

Densinodosum a new gene on linkage group III
            W.K. Swiecicki and B. Wolko...................................................48        

The position of Age and Wsp on linkage group IV
            N.F. Weeden, M. McBroom, J. Przyborowski and P. Burger.......51        

A gene influencing tolerance to common root rot is located on linkage group IV
            N.F. Weeden, R. McGee, C.R. Grau and F.J. Muehlbauer...........53        

 

Brief Communications

How to identify edible-pod pea varieties in a germplasm collection
            J.M. Amurrio, A.M. De Ron and J. Hernndez-Nistal...................56        

Linkage relationship between the loci Twi and Vam
            F.L. Gorel, O.E. Kosterin and V.A. Berdnikov............................57
        

Map position of the Rms6 locus
            I.C. Murfet and C. Rameau........................................................58        

The pea rms2-1 rms4-1 double-mutant phenotype is transgressive
            I.C. Murfet and G.M. Symons....................................................59        

The position of locus A on the consensus map
            J. Przyborowshi and N.F. Weeden..............................................60        

Further confirmatin of the integrity of linkage group III
            M. Tonguc and N.F. Weeden.....................................................62        

Four more symbiotic mutants obtained using EMS mutagenesis of line SGE
            V.E. Tsyganov, V.A. Voroshilova, S.M. Rozov, A.Y. Borisov 
            and I.A.Tikhonovich
..................................................................63