5 edition of Directions for the Breeding of Corn, Including Methods for the Prevention of In-Breeding found in the catalog.
|Statement||Franklin Classics Trade Press|
|Publishers||Franklin Classics Trade Press|
|LC Classifications||Oct 30, 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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For the plant breeder working in drought-prone environments, the literature on drought tolerance is interesting, but the focus of the breeder is primarily on understanding and utilizing genetic variation for traits that impact yield and can lead to yield improvement in agricultural drought conditions in the short and long term.
Merits : i The bulk method is simple, convenient, inexpensive and less labour consuming no pedigree record is to be kept. Genomics and disease resistance studies in livestock. Radical means must be taken to recover hybrids including embryo rescue, grafting, the application of mutagens to break apart chromosomes or double chromosome number. Methods of Plant Transformation Direct Transformation There are a variety of direct DNA delivery methods to recover transgenic plants including, but not limited to, silicon-carbide whisker-mediated transformation, microinjection, protoplast transformation using polyethylene glycol and particle bombardment, see review by Altpeter et al.
Increasing incidence of Dirofilaria immitis in dogs in USA with focus on the southeast region 2013—2016. 2011 illustrates an excellent use of MABC, where a gene from a weedy rice Oryza sativa L. Firstly, genetic engineering Including Methods for the Prevention of In-Breeding performed on a single-cell level.
The two hybrids differ in their yield potential under favourable conditions and for yield performance under a wide range of drought conditions.
The combination of molecular marker data and ASI phenotypic data provided the estimation or training data set to establish the marker—trait associations that were used for prediction.
The major techniques include zinc-finger nucleases, transcription activator-like effector nucleases, and clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic Including Methods for the Prevention of In-Breeding and all involve the induction of double-strand breaks in the genome followed by repair Sander and Joung, 2014 Sander, J.
Key genomics technologies include high-throughput genotyping to provide a large number of molecular markers that have in turn enabled mapping of any traits that can be measured on the entries included within the field experiments. The backcrossing process is repeated as needed to recover the phenotype of the recurrent parent while minimizing the chromatin contribution from the donor, as only the transgenes are of interest.
Super-binary vectors were designed taking in account that Agrobacterium virulence genes have gene-dosage effects Jin et al. Selective breeding in aquaculture: An introduction. Excerpt from Directions for the Breeding of Corn: Including Methods for the Prevention of in-Breeding Illinois farmer who wishes to become a seed corn breeder.
Typically the experiments are single replicate at a location, and data are aggregated across multiple locations with comparable environmental conditions to summarize the results for the growers. Each F 1 plant is a potential source for a new clone.
Data were obtained from a total of 83 location—year combinations, each with three plant population treatments, from the US corn-belt, conducted between 1990 and 2012, to estimate yield for the target population of environments TPE.
Of specific interest is the predictability that can be achieved between the ME experiments and the TPE environments. Thus, to estimate genetic gain, three sets of yield values were computed for each hybrid: TPE, drought, and well watered.
Aquaculture species are particularly amenable to this structure due to the possibility of obtaining high numbers of full siblings and other close relatives of the selection candidates for testing Gjedrem and Baranski, 2009 Gjedrem, T.
1998 Position effects and epigenetic silencing of plant transgenes.
Identification of a single major genetic locus controlling the resistance to lymphocystis disease in Japanese flounder Paralichthys olivaceus.
Many publications have emphasized the importance of phenotyping, but there is little or no discussion of how to achieve such phenotyping at the scale necessary to support a breeding programme.