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Chapter 1 commitment: Warren H. Gabelman Horticultural Plant Breeder and instructor (pages 1–9): Fredrick A. Bliss
Chapter 2 purposes of Isozymes in Plant Breeding (pages 11–54): Norman F. Weeden
Chapter three triggered Mutations In Vegetatively Propagated vegetation (pages 55–91): A. M. van Harten and C. Broertjes
Chapter four Breeding Guayule (pages 93–165): Anson E. Thompson and Dennis T. Ray
Chapter five Oat Breeding (pages 167–207): R. A. Forsberg and H. L. Shands
Chapter 6 Breeding for Insect Resistance in Maize (pages 209–243): W. D. Guthrie
Chapter 7 Breeding purple Raspberry for Resistance to ailments and Pests (pages 245–321): Elizabeth Keep
Chapter eight Breeding for enhanced Yield in Cucumber (pages 323–359): Todd C. Wehner
Chapter nine Biparental Inheritance of Organelles and its Implications in Crop development (pages 361–393): S. E. Smith
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Haynes, A. H. D. Brown and D. R. Marshall. 1984. Identification of subterranean clover cultivars and their genetic relationships by isozyme analysis. Austral. J. Agric. Res. 35:399-411. Cooke, R. J. 1984. The characterization and identification of crop cultivars by electrophoresis. Electrophoresis 5:59-72. Coulhart, M. and K. E. Denford. Isozyme studies in Brassica. I. Electrophoretic techniques for leaf enzymes and comparison of B. napus, B. campestris and B. oleracea using phosphoglucomutase.
D. Gale, L. M. Holt and P. I. Payne. The intrachromosomal mapping of a glucose phosphate isomerase structural gene, using allelic variation among stocks of Chinese Spring wheat. Genet. Res. Camb. 41:221-226. Chramback, A. 1980. Electrophoresis and electrofocusing on polyacrylamide gel in the study of native macromolecules. Molec. Cell. Biochem. 29:23-46. Chyi, Y. S. and N. F. Weeden. Relative isozyme band intensitiespermitthe identification of the 2n gamete parent for triploid apple cultivars. HortScience 19:818-819.
In the garden pea, many genes affect nodulation efficiency (Kneen et al. 1984). In an F, population derived from a cross between a nonnodulating strain and a good nodulator, both parental types a s well a s a range of intermediates can be observed. Kneen et al. (1984)followed segregation at isozyme and morphological marker loci to determine that the Sym-2 gene, which was closely linked to Idh, acted primarily a s an on/off switch for nodulation and that the variation in nodule number was produced by the action of other unlinked genes.