2 edition of Allozyme genotypes for popular and historically important inbred lines of corn, Zea mays L. found in the catalog.
by Agricultural Research Service, Southern Region, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Plant Science Research Unit, U.S. Agricultural Research Service [distributor] in New Orleans, La, Raleigh, N.C
Written in English
|Series||Agricultural research results -- 16.|
|Contributions||United States. Agricultural Research Service. Southern Region.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
The historical increase in within-era differentiation is associated with clear shifts in direct ancestry, which we define on the basis of haplotype sharing with lines from the same era and before ().Direct ancestry from earlier (public) lines, although still common in eras 1 and 2, is rare in era 3, in which most ancestry is traced to other (proprietary) era 3 lines (Fig. 2B).Cited by: Abstract– Allozyme and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) data were obtained from pink salmon throughout Prince William Sound, Alaska, from two hatchery, five upstream, and 20 tidal locations distributed among five management regions collected during Screening for allozymes included 66 loci for 92 to fish per sample. Thirty‐four loci had variant allele frequencies Cited by:
Our results showed that small but significant variation exists among and within sources. Stuber and Goodman () analyzed allozyme data for popular and historically important maize inbreds and reported that they could differentiate three of the 10 lines . Maize, Zea mays L. spp. mays, is a diploid (2n= 20) levels of development do not exist, the farmer has member of the tribe Maydeae, Tripaceae, or Andropo- played an important role in the evolution of the kinds neae (depending upon one's taxonomy), subfamily of maize being grown.
Since the advent of modern plant breeding in the s, North American maize has undergone a dramatic adaptation to high-input agriculture. Despite the importance of genetic contributions to historical yield increases, little is known about the underlying genomic changes. Here we use high-density SNP genotyping to characterize a set of North American maize lines spanning the history Cited by: The domestication of maize (Zea mays ssp. mays), ~10 years ago in Mexico involved radical phenotypic differences from its progenitor, teosinte (Z. mays ssp. parviglumis). Because of drastic changes in growth habit and the shape, dimensions, and accommodation of seeds in the ear, maize has to be seen as an extreme case of by: 3.
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U.S. Agr. Res. Serv. (in press).Cited by: Stuber CW, Goodman MM () Allozyme genotypes for popular and historically important inbred lines of corn, Zea mays L. USDA Zea mays L. book Res Serv, No 16, 28 pp Wall JS, Fey DA, Paulis JW () Improved two-dimensional electrophoretic separation of zein proteins: application to study of zein inheritance in corn by: Allozyme genotypes for popular and historically important inbred lines of corn Zea mays L.
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US Dept of Agriculture-Agric Res Serv, Southern Series, No. 16 Google Scholar Stuber CW, Wendel JF, Goodman MM, Smith JSC () Techniques and scoring procedures for starch gel electrophoresis of enzymes from maize (Zea mays L.).Cited by: Stuber CW, Goodman MM () Allozyme genotypes for popular and historically important inbred lines of corn, Zea Mays L.
US Dept Agric, Agric Res Serv, ARR-S,29 pp Tanksley SD () Molecular markers in plant by: (). Allozyme genotypes for popular and historically important inbred lines of corn, (). An unusually compact retrotransposon in maize.
and morphological analysis of a maize-teosinte Fz population: implications for the origin of maize. Effect of salt stress on some sweet corn (Zea mays L.
var. saccharata) genotypes Article (PDF Available) in Archives of Biological Sciences 67(00) January with 1, Reads. Sweet corn (Zea mays L.) is one of the most popular vegetables in the USA and its popularity is increasing in Asia and Europe. In the USA the farm value of sweet corn for processing ranks second only to tomatoes.
77, Approximately 40% of the corn for processing is frozen and the remainder is canned. Among vegetables for fresh consumption, sweet corn ranks sixth in value in the USA. Cited by: The relationship between allozyme genotype and tolerance has been investigated in great detail in the eastern mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki); stressors that have been examined include metals, pesticides, heat, and salinity ().In one such study, Diamond et al.
() found a significant relationship between mercury tolerance and the genotypes of three allozyme loci ().Cited by: 6. Maize (Zea mays L.) inbred lines with expired U.S. Plant Variety Protection Act certificates (ex-PVPA) can be an important source of favorable alleles to improve grain yield, root and stalk.
Maize (Zea mays L.) is one of the most-important food crops in southwestern China. Corn was domesticated through hundreds of generations; wild maize cobs became larger over time, with more rows of kernels, eventually modified to the corn we farm today ().In fact, the degree of genetic alteration has converted corn from a wild plant—its progenitor commonly believed to be teocintle (Zea mexicana (Schrad.)Kuntze)—into a plant that is totally dependent upon humans for Author: José Luis Cabrera-Ponce, Eliana Valencia-Lozano, Diana Lilia Trejo-Saavedra.
Advanced backcross QTL analysis: a method for the simultaneous discovery and transfer of valuable QTL from unadapted germplasm into elite breeding lines. Allozyme genotypes for popular and historically important inbred lines of corn (Zea mays L.).
Author: B M Prasanna and D A Hoisington. Stuber CW, Goodman MM () Allozyme genotypes for popular and historically important inbred lines of corn, Zea mays L. USDA-ARS ARR-S USDA, New Orleans, La Google Scholar Troyer AF () United States by: 6.
to this rule is the sweet corn inbred lines, which are clearly Northern-Flint-like in isozyme character. This is in agreement with historical records documenting.
Patterns of isozyme variation between maize and Mexican annual teosinte. Allozyme genotypes for popular and historically important. inbred lines of corn, Zea mays L. U.S.D.A. Agric. Res. Proteins and DNA can be used to provide varietal profiles.
They are in popular usage because the variation for these markers is ubiquitous and this variation can be understood in genetic terms. Most advances in varietal descriptions will involve the use of DNA as a by: Effects of maternal genotypes for eight enzyme loci on seven quantitative traits in 41 half-sib families were determined.
Heritability estimates for the quantitative traits were highly significant and ranged from to Only six of comparisons Cited by: In corn R is a gene for red aleurone; its recessive allele r determines colorless aleurone. A cross is made between a diploid r/r female and a trisomic R/r/r male.
If pollen grains with extra chromosomes are inviable, the ratio of red to colorless kernels expected in the progeny would be. Allozymes have been applied in many population genetics studies, including measurements of outcrossing rates, (sub)population structure and population divergence.
Allozymes are particularly useful at the level of conspecific populations and closely related species, and are therefore useful to study diversity in crops and their relatives.Normal wild-type mice have coats with a dark overall pigmentation.
A mutation called yellow shows a curious inheritance pattern. If a yellow mouse is mated to a homozygous wild-type mouse, a ratio of yellow to wild-type is always observed.Genotype. An organism's genetic makeup, or allele combinations.
Phenotype. An organism's physical appearance, or visible traits. dominant allele. An allele whose trait always shows up in the organism when the allele is present. Recessive. An allele that is masked when a dominant allele is present.