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|Statement||by Nguyen Van Tan|
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Abstract. A bruchid [Callosobruchus chinensis (L)] is the most common destructive pest of stored grain legumes such as mungbean [V. glabrescens (L)], black gram [V. mungo (L)], rice bean [V. umbellata (L)], and adzuki bean [V. angularis (L)].The initial infestation starts in the field at pod maturity; a secondary infestation under poor storage conditions destroys the seeds within 3 to 4 months. But the information available on nonallelic interactions for quantitative traits in peanut is very limited. Halward and Wynne () reported significant additive X dominance epistasis for pod yield and pod length, and additive X additive epistasis for seed number in one of their two crosses.
Singh et al In addition, inheritance of pod pubescence and mature pod colour in black gram were reported earlier6'7. The largest pods are recorded in IC (Nellore) and IC (Adi labad) with an average pod length of and cm respectively, while the smallest pods were recorded in IC (Visakhapatnam) and IC (Vizia. Pod constriction and sizes have no relationship (R = ). Tolerance to diseases is not affected by any qualitative trait. Also, no trait determines seed colour. Pubescence of young and mature leaflets recorded the only high positive correlation among all qualitative traits (R = , p = ).
In one experiment, Mendel cross-pollinated smooth yellow pea plants with wrinkly green peas. (The organisms that are used as the original mating in an experiment are called the parental generation and are marked by P in science textbooks). Every single pea in the first generation crop (marked as f1) was as yellow and as round as was the yellow, round parent. Abstract: The differences between the two parental strains in each cross as well as the F2 genetic variability estimates for late wilt were found to reach the significant level only for two resistant X susceptible crosses, namely, K6 X G4 and Rgll x G A. Highly significant negative heterotic effect and inbree ding depression were detected for the two crosses.
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Inheritance of Pubescence in Soy Beans and Its Relation to Pod Color. Woodworth and Collins Veatch. Author information Article notes Cited by: 3.
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Inheritance of Pubescence in Soy Beans and Its Relation to Pod Color. Woodworth CM, Veatch C. Genetics, 14(5), 01 Sep Cited by: 1 article | PMID: | PMCID: PMC Free to read.
Inheritance of Pubescence in Soy Beans and Its Relation to Pod Color. Coronavirus: Inheritance of a one-seeded pod trait in peanut.
Branch WD. J Hered, 99(2), 29 Jan Cited by 1 article | PMID: INHERITANCE OF GLANDULAR PUBESCENCE IN CREPIS CAPILLARIS (L.) WALLR.
Four parents (Mash 1, Mash 3, MMand ) were used to study inheritance of four qualitative characters, i.e., pubescence, seed coat colour, presence of spots on the seed coat and pod colour. Inheritance of pubescence in crosses between cowpea and V.
rhomboidea was governed by one and two genes. Significant and higher additive gene effects and high-heritability suggest that backcross. Incorporation of seed dormancy limited duration in Spanish peanut (Arachis hypogae L.) genotypes is required to avoid loss in pod yield and seed quality because of in situ germination in unpredictable rainfall dge of inheritance of fresh seed dormancy is important to peanut breeder for developing fresh seed dormant early‐maturing Spanish cultivars.
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Progeny rows were selected based on adapted maturity, lodging resistance, disease resistance, and pod density and were entered in yield tests from through TN15‐ has white flowers and tawny pubescence.
The pods have a tan pod wall, and the seed is yellow with a smooth seed coat. The inheritance of pod- and seed-number traits (PSNT) in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) is poorly the present study, a recombinant inbred line (RIL) population of lines was used to map quantitative trait loci (QTL) for number of seeds per pod (NSP), number of pods per plant (NPP), and numbers of one- two- and three-seeded pods per plant (N1PP, N2PP, and N3PP) in four.
Five genes (Gy1, through Gy5) encode most of the subunits that are assembled into glycinin, a predominant seed storage protein found in soybeans. Restriction fragment length polymorphisms are described that identify four of these five genes (Gy1/Gy2, Gy3, and Gy5).
The fifth gene (Gy4) is characterized by two alleles, one of which (gy4) causes absence of the subunit. pigmentation and pubescence on stems and leaves have been shown to limit damage from leaf feeding insect pests (Sharma et al., ). Peanut plants are usually about 1–ft (–m) tall with lateral branches of about one foot (m) wide.
However, lateral branches of many Arachis wild species can be up to several meters in length. LIST OF TABLES Table Page 1 Varieties and experimental lines used as parents in crosses to determine the inheritance of seed shape in peanut 9 2 Seed shapes of six peanut genotypes involved in the crosses 10 3 Relevant parts of the analysts of variance and mean square expectations 18 4 Means and ranges for Pod Length, Pod Breath, Pod.
Seeds from individual F2 plants of this cross were sown in two nurseries; one nursery was inoculated with peanut mottle virus (PMV) and the other with soybean mosaic virus (SMV). Analysis of data on virus reaction and pubescence colour indicated monogenic inheritance for each character, with tawny dominant to grey pubescence and resistance dominant to susceptibility for PMV and SMV.
The most common flower colors are purple and white. The most common pubescence types are gray and tawny (brown). Seed coat and hilum colors that occur often are yellow, black, brown, buff, and imperfect black. Pod color is usually brown or tan.
Qualitative genes also control the distribution of color on the hilum or seed coats. Mungbean (Vigna radiata L. Wilczek) is cost-effectively most important crops of the pulse mungbean is also known as green gram, golden gram and moong.
Mungbean belonging to the subgenus Ceratotropis is a diploid species with 2n = 2x = 22 chromosomes. Worldwide, this crop is of minor importance with restricted geographical distribution, and has cautiously been subjected to detailed.
Both lines are of relative maturity maturing at the same time as 'Manokin' (Kenworthy et al., ). KY has purple flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod color, buff hilum color, and determinate growth habit.
KY has purple flowers, gray pubescence, brown pod color, imperfect black hilum color, and determinate growth habit.
AGS Prichard RR is a Maturity Group VIII (relative maturity ), glyphosate-tolerant, Roundup Ready® variety with white flowers, gray pubescence and tan pod walls. AGS Prichard RR is similar to the “conventional variety” Prichard in agronomic performance, seed composition and pest resistances.
American Peanut Research and Education Association, Inc. ADDRESSES PAPERS Proceedings of Meeting Albany, Ga. JulyABSTRACTS MINUTES Publication Date Inheritance Of Pod Pubescence In Arachis Hypogaea L.
Nguyen V. Tan and A. This study was conducted to investigate the gene effects, heritability, genetic advance and number of effective factors controlling the inheritance of aphid and rosette resistance and other quantitative characters.
Two aphid resistance, one rosette resistance, one aphid susceptible and one rosette susceptible lines were used as parents to develop F1s, F2s, BC1P1 and BC1P2.Non-Mendelian inheritance.
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Our mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere.Ito Sans have tawny pubescence while the other three yellow-seeded varieties have gray pubescence. When Ito Sans were crossed with s a ratio resulted in Fz and the results can be explained due to the presence of RIin the s and I h in the Ito Sans, but these results are quite different from those obtained when gray-pubescent varieties.