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RFLP analyses of interspecific hybrids of Phaseolus

Mei Kuo

RFLP analyses of interspecific hybrids of Phaseolus

by Mei Kuo

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beans -- Genetics.,
  • Hybridization.,
  • Genetic polymorphisms.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mei Guo.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination95 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15184855M

    During germination of seeds of Phaseolus aureus in the dark, the number of cells in each primary leaf increases from about × 10 6 to × 10 6 during the first 5 days and then remains constant. Cell division is stimulated when seedlings are grown in cycles of 12 h white light and 12 h darkness and the number of cells in each leaf increases to approximately 8 × 10 6 over the same. Wild-weed-crop complexes of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L., Fabaceae) in the Andes of Peru and Colombia, and their implications for conservation and breeding. Genet. Resources Crop Evol. Beyra, A. & G. Reyes Artiles. Revisión taxonómica de los géneros Phaseolus y Vigna (Leguminosae-Papilionoideae) en Cuba. Anales Jard.

    Etymology: Phaseolus is the diminutive of the Latin word phaselus, which means kidney-bean, while vulgaris is Latin for common (4). Botanical synonyms (1): Phaseolus aborigineus Burkart Phaseolus communis Pritz. Phaseolus esculentus Salisb. Quick Notable Features (2,7): ¬ . phaseolus definition: Noun (plural phaseoli) 1. any of several domesticated beans, of the genus Phaseolus, native to the Americas.

      any of several domesticated beans, of the genus Phaseolus, native to the AmericasA type of bean with an edible pod; in Antiquity: cowpea, New Latin: kidney bean. Phaseolus. Phaseolus vulgaris L. Phaseolus vulgaris L. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Phaseolus (family Leguminosae). The record derives from ILDIS which reports it as an accepted name (record ). Full publication details for this name can be found in IPNI: urn:lsid::names Synonyms.


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RFLP analyses of interspecific hybrids of Phaseolus by Mei Kuo Download PDF EPUB FB2

Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation RFLP analyses of interspecific hybrids of Phaseolus Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Although hybrids can be obtained with the aid of embryo culture, abnormal embryos and plants continue to occur in subsequent generations and viable plants exhibit few hybrid or P.

coccineus characteristics. Author: Mei Kuo. Restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) was determined among P. vulgaris genotypes and Phaseolus species using 19 probes. The incidence of polymorphism was high (70–86%) between species, but relatively low (22–26%) between genotypes of P.

vulgaris. Suitable probes were identified for the analysis of P. vulgaris and P. coccineus by: RFLP analyses of interspecific hybrids of Phaseolus.

Abstract. Graduation date: Gene transfer via interspecific hybridization within Phaseolus has\ud been limited by abnormal hybrid development and the rapid loss of\ud hybridity in subsequent generations.

The most advanced embryo\ud development occurs in P. vulgaris x P. coccineus. Mei Kuo has written: 'RFLP analyses of interspecific hybrids of Phaseolus' -- subject(s): Genetic polymorphisms, Beans, Genetics, Hybridization Asked in Genetics What are some other names for DNA.

Mei Kuo has written: 'RFLP analyses of interspecific hybrids of Phaseolus' -- subject(s): Genetic polymorphisms, Beans, Genetics, Hybridization Asked in Chemical Bonding What is the hybridization.

The inheritance of RFLP markers in interspecific hybrids of Phaseolus vulgaris and P. coccineus was analyzed. Of cDNA probes used, 70%% revealed polymorphism between species while. Rflp Diversity of Common Bean (Phaseolus-Vulgaris) in Its Centers of Origin Article (PDF Available) in Genome 37(2) May with 85 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Barriers to Interspecific Hybridization in Crosses between Phaseolus coccineus L. (G) and Phaseolus vulgaris L. F.H. Ferwerda and M. Bassett Department of Horticultural Sciences, Fifield Hall University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida ABSTRACT.

Eleven lines of Phaseolus vulgaris L. were each crossed wiih Phaseolus coccineus h. Phaseolus species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species, including common swift, garden dart, ghost moth Hypercompe albicornis, H. icasia and the nutmeg.

Etymology Edit The generic name Phaseolus was introduced by Linnaeus in[6] borrowed from the Latin phaseolus a combination of phasēlus and the diminutive Family: Fabaceae. Crosses were performed between nine Phaseolus vulgaris lines (as females) and seven P. acutifolius lines (as‐ male to examine parental compatibility for the production of vigorous hybrid And backcross plants, in vitro embryo rescue techniques were required to secure hybrid and backcross proseny following interspecific crossing.

Seedling development appeared to be dependent on which allele Cited by: Analysis of Phaseolus Interspecific Hybrids by RFLP -- M.

Guo, D. Lightfoot, M. Mok and D. Mok 14 Marker-Based Analysis of Genetic Diversity in Common Bean -- S. Singh, A. Gutierrez, C. Urrea, R. Koenig, R. Nodari and P. Gepts 15 Culinary Quality in Dry Bean - Can it be Improved. -- G. Hosfield and M.

Uebersax Abstract. Gregor Mendel () conducted the first genetic analysis of common beans. Mendel studied the inheritance of growth habit, and pod color and shape in a progeny between P. vulgaris and P. nanus (= P. vulgaris, bush type) in order to confirm his findings with unately, further studies on the inheritance of flower and seed coat color were hampered by his use of interspecific Cited by: 8.

The second potential role of the interspecific hybrid is as a cultivar in its own right, since several of the hybrid progenies were extremely vigorous and out-yielded most of the dwarf P. coccineus material in trial. No information was available concerning the cultural practices to be used with dwarf P.

coccineus when grown for seed. A small. CYTOKININ AUTONOMY IN TISSUE CULTURES OF PHASEOLUS: A GENOTYPE-SPECIFIC AND HERITABLE TRAIT' MACHTELD C. MOK,2 DAVID W.

MOK,?DONALD J. ARMSTRONG,3 AIMPE RABAKOARIHANTA~ AND SANG-GU KIM^ Department of Horticulture, Genetics Program and Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Oregon State Uniuersity, Corvallis, Oregon Cited by: Phaseolus pauciflorus Sessé & Moc.

ex is a species of wild bean native to Mexico and Guatemala. Taxonomy. The name Phaseolus pauciflorus has been used to represent at least 3 different species. Other species that have previously been called Phaseolus pauciflorus include Vigna dalzelliana (P.

pauciflorus Dalzell) and Strophostyles leiosperma (Torr. & A. Gray) Piper (P. pauciflorus BentClade: Tracheophytes. Translingual: A taxonomic species within the family Fabaceae – string bean and numerous different-appearing dry beans. PHASEOLIN RFLP IN BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS) CULTIVARS CRISTINA KEIKO TAKAHASHI.

Institute de Quimica Universidade de Sao Paulo Av. Prof. Lineu Prestes,–, Sao Paulo, SP, Brasil. Fellowships from CNPq (C.K.T) and from CNPq‐PIBIC (Y.W.L) Search for more papers by Author: Cristina Keiko Takahashi, Yu Wei Liang, Manuel Troyano Pueyo.

In particular, this chapter is focused on common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), as among the cultivated Phaseolus species, P. vulgaris is the most economically important, and thus the greater part of the research and breeding efforts have been aimed at its improvement.

Abstract. The onset and development of both the ability to germinate and to tolerate rapid enforced desiccation were investigated during the development and maturation of seeds of bean (Phaseolus vulgahs L.) at different temperatures and also after different slow-drying onset of germinability occurred when seeds were less than half-filled in the absence of both a post-ovule Cited by: Phaseolus definition is - a genus of herbs (family Leguminosae) which are widely distributed throughout warm regions, which include most of the true American beans, and whose flowers are in axillary racemes or panicles with the corolla having a spirally twisted keel.

Phaseolus vulgaris L. (Fabaceae) also known as the common bean or French bean is a herbaceous annual plant, grown worldwide for its edible beans, used both as the dry seed and as unripe fruits. The leaf is occasionally used as a vegetable, and the straw is used for fodder. This herb has been used as carminative, diuretic, emollient, and also in the treatment of diabetes, diarrhea, dysentery.The roots are reported to cause giddiness in human beings and animals.

Seeds are reported to contain trypsin and chymotrypsin inhibitors. After eating only a few raw beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) or dried beans (P.

coccineus), three boys, 4 to 8 years old rapidly developed symptoms of poisoning, notably sickness and diarrhea. Phasin, a toxalbumin.Phaseolus: Taxonomy navigation › Phaseoleae All lower taxonomy nodes (79) Common name i-Synonym i-Other names i ›Phaseolus L., Rank i: GENUS: Lineage i .