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Male Sterility in Higher Plants

Author: Mohan L H Kaul
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1988.
Series: Monographs on theoretical and applied genetics, 10.
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The Predominance of species exhibiting genic male sterility and of species crosses exhibiting gene-cytoplasmic male sterility is due to the fact that for the male sterility expression in the former,  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mohan L H Kaul
ISBN: 9783642831393 3642831397
OCLC Number: 851380942
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 1005 pages 140 illustrations).
Contents: I General Account.- 1 Introduction.- 1.1 Discovery.- 1.2 Occurrence.- 1.3 Virtues.- 1.4 Initial Reviews.- 1.5 Definition and Concept.- 1.6 Classification.- 1.7 Genetic Types.- 1.8 Symbols Proffered and Abbreviations Used.- 2 Genic Male Sterility.- 2.1 Occurrence and Perpetuation.- 2.2 Mutagen-Induced.- 2.3 Chromosome Loss or Addition.- 2.4 Gene Control.- 2.5 Types.- 2.6 Gene Action.- 2.7 Tapetal Form and Function.- 2.8 Environmental Influence.- 2.9 Identification and Genetic Characterisation.- 2.10 Breeding Value.- 2.11 Development and Utilization.- 2.12 Maintenance and Perpetuation.- 2.13 Contrivances to Usage.- 2.14 Use in Breeding.- 3 Gene-Cytoplasmic Male Sterility.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 Occurrence.- 3.3 Types.- 3.4 Gene Control.- 3.5 Gene Action.- 3.6 Tapetum.- 3.7 Environmental Influence.- 3.8 Sterile Cytoplasm Features.- 3.9 Fertility Restoration.- 3.10 Breeding Value.- 4 Chemical Male Sterility.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 Chemical Gametocides.- 4.3 Induced Sterility.- 4.4 Male Gametocides.- 5 Biochemistry.- 5.1 Amino Acids.- 5.2 Nucleic Acid Starvation.- 5.3 Carbohydrate - Protein Metabolism.- 5.4 Cytokinin Content.- 5.5 Enzyme Activity.- 5.6 Enzyme Differences.- 5.7 Micronutrient Deficiency.- 5.8 Chlorophyll Content.- 5.9 Biochemical Causes and Consequences.- 6 Graft Transfer and Viral Nature.- 6.1 Transfer Across Grafts.- 6.2 Viral Transmission.- 6.3 Fungal and Insect Infestations.- 7 Molecular Basis.- 7.1 c-Gene Location.- 7.2 Mitochondrial Site.- 7.3 Plasmid Role.- 7.4 Chloroplast Site.- 8 Origin and Causes.- 8.1 Origin.- 8.2 Proposed Causes.- 8.3 Conclusions.- 9 Major Features.- 9.1 General Attributes.- 9.2 Special Attributes.- 10 Gynodioecy.- 10.1 Genetic Control.- 10.2 Occurrence and Frequency.- 10.3 Sex Expression.- 10.4 Floral Size Differences.- 10.5 Maintenance.- 10.6 Conclusions.- 11 Utility, Limitations and Lacunae.- 11.1 Utility.- 11.2 Concluding Remarks.- 11.3 Limitations.- 11.4 Lacunae.- II Flowering Families.- 12 Anacardiaceae.- 12.1 Anacardium occidentale.- 12.2 Mangifera indica.- 12.3 Pistacia vera.- 12.4 Rhus.- 13 Begoniaceae.- 13.1 Begonia semperflorens.- 14 Cannaceae.- 14.1 Carina glauca.- 15 Cannabinaceae.- 15.1 Cannabis sativa.- 15.2 Humulus lupulus.- 16 Caricaceae.- 16.1 Carica papaya.- 17 Caryophyllaceae.- 17.1 Dianthus.- 17.2 Silene.- 18 Chenopodiaceae.- 18.1 Beta.- 18.2 Chenopodium quinoa Wild (quinea).- 18.3 Spinacea deracea L. (Spinach).- 19 Compositae.- 19.1 Ageratum.- 19.2 Carthamus tinctorius.- 19.3 Centaurea.- 19.4 Chrysanthemum.- 19.5 Cirsium.- 19.6 Helianthus annuus.- 19.7 Lactuca.- 19.8 Parthenium.- 19.9 Tagetes erecta.- 19.10 Taraxacum.- 19.11 Zinnia elegans.- 20 Cruciferae.- 20.1 Arabidopsis thaliana.- 20.2 Brassica.- 20.3 Cheiranthus cheiri.- 20.4 Dauern carota.- 20.5 Erucasativa.- 20.6 Raphanus sativus.- 21 Cucurbitaceae.- 21.1 Bryonia.- 21.2 Citrullus vulgaris.- 21.3 Cucumis.- 21.4 Cucurbita.- 22 Ericaceae.- 22.1 Vaccinium angustifolium.- 23 Euphorbiaceae.- 23.1 Hevea brasiliensis.- 23.2 Manihot esculenta.- 23.3 Mercurialis.- 23.4 Ricinus communis.- 24 Fagaceae.- 24.1 Castanea.- 25 Geraniaceae.- 25.1 Geranium.- 25.2 Pelargonium.- 26 Gesneriaceae.- 26.1 Kohleria.- 26.2 Streptocarpus.- 27 Gramineae.- 27.1 Aegilops.- 27.2 Agroelymus turneri.- 27.3 Alopecurus myosuroides.- 27.4 Avena.- 27.5 Chionachne koenigii.- 27.6 Dactylis glomerata.- 27.7 Echinocloa coione.- 27.8 Eleusine.- 27.9 Festuca arundinacea.- 27.10 Hor deum vulgare.- 27.11 Lolium.- 27.12 Oryza saliva.- 27.13 Pennisetum typhoides.- 27.14 Phleum.- 27.15 Saccharum.- 27.16 Secale cereale.- 27.17 Sorghum vulgare.- 27.18 Tragopogon.- 27.19 Tripsacumlaxum.- 27.20 Triticum.- 27.21 Zea mays.- 28 Iridaceae.- 28.1 Iris.- 29 Labiatae.- 29.1 Coleus.- 29.2 Lavandula angustifolia.- 29.3 Origanum.- 29.4 Salvia.- 29.5 Saturejahortensis.- 30 Leguminosae.- 30.1 Arachis hypogaea.- 30.2 Cajanuscajan.- 30.3 Crotalaria.- 30.4 Desmodiumsandwicense.- 30.5 Glycine max.- 30.6 Lathyrus.- 30.7 Lens culinaris.- 30.8 Lotus filicaulis.- 30.9 Lupinus.- 30.10 Medicago sativa.- 30.11 Melilotus alba.- 30.12 Phaseolus.- 30.13 Pisum.- 30.14 Trifolium.- 30.15 Viciafaba.- 30.16 Vigna.- 30.17 Wisteria.- 31 Liliaceae.- 31.1 Allium.- 31.2 Kniphofia.- 32 Limanthaceae.- 32.1 Limnanthes douglasii.- 33 Linaceae.- 33.1 Linumusitatissimum.- 34 Malvaceae.- 34.1 Abelmoschus.- 34.2 Gossypium.- 34.3 Thespesia populnea.- 35 Moraceae.- 35.1 Ficus.- 35.2 Morus nigra.- 36 Myrsinaceae.- 36.1 Rapaneathwaitesii.- 37 Oleaceae.- 37.1 Oleaeuropea.- 37.2 Jasminumpubescens.- 38 Onagraceae.- 38.1 Epilobium.- 38.2 Godetia whitneyi.- 38.3 Oenothera.- 39 Papavaraceae.- 39.1 Argemone mexicana.- 39.2 Papaver somniferum.- 40 Pedaliaceae.- 40.1 Sesamumindicum.- 41 Plantaginaceae.- 41.1 Plantago.- 42 Polemoniaceae.- 42.1 Gilia.- 42.2 Polemonium caeruleum.- 43 Polygonaceae.- 43.1 Fagopyrumesculentum.- 43.2 Rumexacetosa.- 44 Primulaceae.- 44.1 Cyclamenpersicum.- 44.2 Primula.- 45 Ranunculaceae.- 45.1 Aquilegia.- 45.2 Ranunculus.- 46 Rosaceae.- 46.1 Fragaria.- 46.2 Malus sylvestris.- 47 Rutaceae.- 47.1 Citrus.- 48 Scrophulariaceae.- 48.1 Antirrhinum majus.- 48.2 Hebe.- 48.3 Veronica.- 49 Solanaceae.- 49.1 Capsicum annuum.- 49.2 Datura strmonium.- 49.3 Lycopersicon esculentum.- 49.4 Nicotiana.- 49.5 Petunia.- 49.6 Solanum.- 50 Tiliaceae.- 50.1 Corchorus capsularis.- 51 Urticaceae.- 51.1 Pileamicrophylla.- 52 Valerianaceae.- 52.1 Centranthus ruber.- 52.2 Valeriana officinalis.- 53 Violaceae.- 53.1 Viola.- 54 Vitaceae.- 54.1 Vitis.- 55 Concepts and Conclusions.- 55.1 Concepts.- 55.2 Conclusions.- 55.3 Recommendations.- References.
Series Title: Monographs on theoretical and applied genetics, 10.
Responsibility: by Mohan L.H. Kaul.

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