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Pisum Genetics Association PISUM GENETICS
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Volume 41, 2009              
Published by PGA since 1969

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Cover:    Photograph by Stig Blixt of the P 674g (filiformis, fil)  mutant of Parvus.
Confirmed in this issue to be an allele (red 1-6) of reductus.

Contents

PGA Notes ............................................................................................................................................ii     PDF

 In Memoriam of Professor Stig Blixt.................................................................................................1     PDF

 Research Papers

Microsatellite and ITS sequence variation in wild species and cultivars of pea
        Polans, N.O. and Moreno, R.R. .................................................................................................... 3
     PDF

 Raising anti-PIN1 polyclonal antibodies for pea
        DeMason, D.A. and Chawla, R...................................................................................................... 7     PDF

 The Filiformis (Fil) locus is found to be allelic to reductus (Red1)
|        Ambrose, M.J. ...........................................................................................................................
13     PDF

 Preliminary report on taxonomical position of Vavilovia formosa (Stev.) Fed. evidenced from
morphological and molecular data

        Sinjushin, A.A., Demidenko, N.V. and Gostimskii, S.A.
............................................................... 15     PDF

 Isolation of Pseudo Response Regulator genes and evaluation as candidate genes for
photoperiod response loci

        Liew, L.C., Hecht, V., Weeden, N. and Weller, J.L. .............................................................. ......21     PDF

 Forage and dry pea (Pisum sativum) breeding in Serbia
        Mihailovi
ć, V., Mikić, A., Katić, S. and Karagić, Đ................................................................. ......26     PDF

 Words denoting pea (Pisum sativum) in European languages
        Miki
ć, A.................................................................................................................................. .....29     PDF

 A revival of the research on beautiful vavilovia (Vavilovia formosa syn. Pisum formosum)
Miki
ć, A., Sm¤kal, P., Kenicer, G., Vishnyakova, M., Akopian, J., Sarukhanyan, N.,
Gabrielyan, I., Vanyan, A., Toker, C.,
Ćupina, B., Ambrose, M., Mihailović, V. and Ellis, N. ......................34     PDF

                                         

Screening for field resistance to Powdery Mildew (Eyrsiphe polygoni D.C.) in the JI Pisum Collection
        Ambrose, M.J. ............................................................................................................................ 40     PDF

 

 Brief Communications

Genetic resources of field pea in Serbia
        Mihailovi
ć, V., Mikić, A., Ćupina, B., Krstić, Đ and MiloЪević, B. .................................................44     PDF

 The cultivation of peas on board the International Space Station did not induce changes
in their karyotypes

        Zelenin, A.V., Samatadze, T.E., Levinskikh, M.A., Nosova, I.V., Rachinskaya, O.V.,
        Sychev, V.N.and Muravenko, O.V. ..............................................................................................46
     PDF

 Abstracts and Short Papers Presented at the NAPIA Meeting, Fort Collins, Colorado ..............48     PDF

 Membership List................................................................................................................................65     PDF