2 edition of Inheritance in a diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine found in the catalog.
Inheritance in a diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine
E Bayne Snyder
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in [New Orleans, La.]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 30-31
|Statement||E. B. Snyder, Gene Namkoong|
|Series||USDA Forest Service research paper SO ; 140, Forest Service research paper SO -- 140|
|Contributions||Namkoong, Gene, joint author, United States. Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p.,  fold. leaf ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
The chromosome theory of inheritance, or the idea that genes are located on chromosomes, was proposed based on experiments by Thomas Hunt Morgan using Drosophila melanogaster, or fruit flies. Drosophila are like humans in that an individual with two X chromosomes is female and an individual with one X and one Y chromosome is male (many. The genetic effects of fiber lint color and quality of brown cotton had been analyzed through the complete 5×5 diallel crossing. We found that fiber color had significant negative correlation with fiber yield and quality (lint percentage, fiber length, uniformity, elongation and strength). Moreover, the QTLs for the LC and FC had larger PV.
Diallel crosses are also frequently used in genetic studies for determining mode of inheritance of the examined trait, as well as the number of genes that control the trait and gene effects. Heterosis in sunflower is used mostly through single-cross hybrids that are created by crossing female lines that are cytoplasmic male sterile and male. We created full diallel crosses among seven parents, originating from Southern Germany, and analysed the inheritance patterns in primary and secondary metabolism as well as in rosette size in situ. In comparison to primary metabolites, compounds from secondary metabolism were more variable and showed more pronounced non-additive inheritance.
Genetic inheritance is a basic principle of genetics and explains how characteristics are passed from one generation to the next. Genetic inheritance occurs due to genetic material in the form of DNA being passed from parents to their offspring. When organisms reproduce, all the information for growth, survival, and reproduction for the next generation is found in the DNA passed down from the. This simple inheritance pattern explains many of the inheritance phenomena exhibited in nature, but some inheritance patterns go beyond Mendel’s laws of genetics. In incomplete dominance, neither allele is dominant over the other so the outcome is a blend of both traits. In codominance, both traits are expressed separately.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Snyder, E.B. Inheritance in a diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine. [New Orleans, La.]: Southern Forest Experiment Station, New Orleans, LA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station.
40 p. Abstract. Seven-year-old progeny from crosses among 13 randomly selected parent trees provided genetic information on 51 growth, form, foliage, branch, bud, and pest resistance by: Inheritance in a Diallel Crossing Experiment with Longleaf Pine E.
SNYDER GENE NAMKOONG Introduction Longleaf pine (Pius palustris Mill.), tradition-ally the premier southern pine for wood quality, is regaining interest among tree planters because it is the best adapted species for many sites.
If this interest is to continue, genetic Cited by: Inheritance in a diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine / E. Snyder, Gene : E. Snyder.
Abstract. A full diallel mating design (10 parents) was carried out in a Swiss stone pine panmictic population from the Carpathian Mountains. At age six, after nursery testing, the progenies were field planted to one site, using a completely randomized block design with families, four replicates and a 15 tree row-plot per replication, spaced × : I.
Blada, F. Popescu. Inheritance in a diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine. USDA, Forest Service Research Paper SO, Southern Forest Experiment Station. Zobel, B., & Talbert, J. Trees selected for measurement are individuals in full-sib family plots that make up a subset of the collection of plots included in a parent, partial diallel, field experiment established in for the purpose of studying trait inheritance patterns and parent-progeny correlations in longleaf pine.
The test was planted with seedlings from. A parent diallel experiment with reciprocals (Griffing's Method 3) was conducted for 2 yr to study the genetic nature of EMLR in maize. Field ear moisture was measured with an electronic probe. diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine.
In: In order to determine the inheritance of chloride concentration in oriental tobacco leaf, eight tobacco genotypes showing genetic. WU, H. and A. MATHESON (): Genotype by environment interactions in an Australian-wide radiata pine diallel mating experiment: Implications for regionalized breeding.
Forest Science 51(1): XIANG, B. and B. LI (): A new mixed analytical method for genetic analysis of diallel data. Can. For. Res A longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) 13 parent partial diallel field experiment was established at two locations on the Harrison Experimental Forest in Parent trees were randomly selected from a natural population growing on the Harrison Experimental Forest, near Gulfport.
A 10 x 10 full diallel was made in a native population of stone pine (Pinus cembra L.) from high elevation, to provide information on the genetic variation and inheritance of important breeding.
Snyder EB, Namkoong G () Inheritance in a diallel crossing. experiment with longleaf pine. USDA For Ser Res Pap SO W alkamiya I, Newton RJ, Johnston JS, Price HJ () Genome. A longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) 13 parent partial diallel field experiment was established at two locations on the Harrison Experimental Forest in Parent trees were randomly selected from a natural population growing on the Harrison Experimental Forest, near Gulfport, Miss.
Distance between trees chosen as parents ranged from Inheritance in a diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine / ([New Orleans, La.]: Southern Forest Experiment Station, ), by E. Snyder, Gene Namkoong, United States Forest Service, and La.) Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans (page images at HathiTrust).
The new program, DIALLEL-SAS05, has a clear and user-friendly interface that was designed to meet users' needs for various diallel-cross design experiments. DIALLEL-SAS05 has major advantages over.
The objective of this study was to determine the inheritance, combining ability and heritability of amount of epicuticular wax on leaf and pod of cacao.
Materials and methods. The experimental designs of the field trials used for the study were a 6 × 6 complete diallel and 6 × 4 factorial mating designs (without the selfs). Inheritance in a diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine. New Orleans, LA: USDA Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station (now Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station).
Half diallel. A 12 by 12 half‐diallel of maritime pine (Pinus pinaster Ait.) was used to estimate the variability, heritability and genetic correlations among the studied al trees were crossed in and seeds from the controlled crosses sown in a nursery in.
The effect of fertilization of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) and its interaction with genotype was studied for six characteristics (DBH, height, volume, fusiform rust infection, crown form and bole straightness) in four 8-year-old control-pollinated progeny tests, located in the Coastal Plain of North izer (superphosphate, potassium, and dolomitic lime) was applied the first.
Snyder EB, Namkoong G () Inheritance in a diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine. USDA For Serv Res Pap S Stanton ML () Seed variation in wild radish: effect of seed size on components of seedling and adult fitness.longleaf pine restoration efforts in the north to increase adaptive potential.
Of course, variation Inheritance in a diallel crossing experiment with longleaf pine. Res. Pap. S New Orleans: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station. 38 p. Created Date: 1/27/ PM.LAB 9 – Principles of Genetic Inheritance Overview In this laboratory you will learn about the basic principles of genetic inheritance, or what is commonly referred to as “genetics”.
A true appreciation of the nature of genetic inheritance will require solving of.