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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.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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" . . . . . . Nature has something more in view than that its own proper males should fecundate each blossom. " Andrew Knight Philosophical Transactions, 1799 Sterility implicating the male sex solely presents a paradoxical situation in which universality and uniqueness are harmoniously blended. It maintains a built-in outbreeding system but is not an isolating mechanism, as male steriles, the "self-emasculated"  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 9783540179528 3540179526
OCLC Number: 851380942
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 1005 pages 140 illustrations).
Contents: I General Account --
1 Introduction --
2 Genic Male Sterility --
3 Gene-Cytoplasmic Male Sterility --
4 Chemical Male Sterility --
5 Biochemistry --
6 Graft Transfer and Viral Nature --
7 Molecular Basis --
8 Origin and Causes --
9 Major Features --
10 Gynodioecy --
11 Utility, Limitations and Lacunae --
II Flowering Families --
12 Anacardiaceae --
13 Begoniaceae --
14 Cannaceae --
15 Cannabinaceae --
16 Caricaceae --
17 Caryophyllaceae --
18 Chenopodiaceae --
19 Compositae --
20 Cruciferae --
21 Cucurbitaceae --
22 Ericaceae --
23 Euphorbiaceae --
24 Fagaceae --
25 Geraniaceae --
26 Gesneriaceae --
27 Gramineae --
28 Iridaceae --
29 Labiatae --
30 Leguminosae --
31 Liliaceae --
32 Limanthaceae --
33 Linaceae --
34 Malvaceae --
35 Moraceae --
36 Myrsinaceae --
37 Oleaceae --
38 Onagraceae --
39 Papavaraceae --
40 Pedaliaceae --
41 Plantaginaceae --
42 Polemoniaceae --
43 Polygonaceae --
44 Primulaceae --
45 Ranunculaceae --
46 Rosaceae --
47 Rutaceae --
48 Scrophulariaceae --
49 Solanaceae --
50 Tiliaceae --
51 Urticaceae --
52 Valerianaceae --
53 Violaceae --
54 Vitaceae --
55 Concepts and Conclusions --
References.
Series Title: Monographs on theoretical and applied genetics, 10.
Responsibility: by Mohan L.H. Kaul.

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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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