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breeding system and competition in "nicotiana rustica".

C. M. Douglas

breeding system and competition in "nicotiana rustica".

by C. M. Douglas

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Genetics, 1982.

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Open LibraryOL13802312M

Nicotiana attenuata is subject to damage by both generalist and specialist herbivores. The production of nicotine is not effective against one specialist, M. sexta. If an individual of N. attenuata is being eaten by both M. sexta and a generalist herbivore, what would you . Last year I grew nicotiana alata grandiflora. It got the tobacco budworm. It spread to my geraniums and then to my petunias. No more blooms to any of them. Planted same this year and just discovered that the nicotiana is afflicted. Geraniums so far seem ok. Decided not to plant petunias this year.

ties in plant breeding, is forcibly emphasized by the experience of the writer with tobacco. In the case of cotton and corn Dr. H. J. Webber has made the observation that evidence is accumulating which shows that these crops must be bred and adapted to soil and climatic condi- tions, and that in order to obtain the best results growers must select. In Nicotiana, two inbred strains produce long (PL) and short (PS) corollas. These lines are crossed to produce F1, and the F1 are crossed to produce F2 plants in which corolla length and variance are measured. The table summarizes mean and variance of corolla length in each generation. 1) Calculate H 2 for corolla length in Nicotiana.

The ability of organisms to produce genetic variation for any trait, including resistance to pathogens, is partially determined by breeding system. I used enzyme electrophoresis, crossing experiments, and cytology to assess the breeding systems of co- occurring Arabis species that are often infected by rust fungi. Book Title. Correlation and inheritance in Nicotiana tabacum / By. Hayes, Herbert Kendall, Publication Details [New Haven]:Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Holding Institution. University of Connecticut Libraries ().


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Breeding system and competition in "nicotiana rustica" by C. M. Douglas Download PDF EPUB FB2

Project Methods Approaches to each of the objectives is described (1) an array of Nicotiana tabacum accessions & other nicotiana species will be evaluated for agronomically important traits with an emphasis on disease resistance.

An initial project will be to identify sources of resistance to sclerotinia & rhizoctonia. (2) There is a continuing need to develop. Nicotiana (tobacco) is a genus of 21 to 67 species of perennial herbs and shrubs, including many subspecies, strains, and cultivars.

Nicotiana rustica is an annual herbaceous plant that grows up to 80 centimeters tall. The leaves are smaller and more round than those of Nicotiana tabacum. Press a little hole in the soil about the same size as the rootball, lay it in and fill in around breeding system and competition in nicotiana rustica.

book edges nicely. Tobacco plants average about 2 feet in width, so a spacing of around 3 feet between plants and 5 feet between rows is the minimum you want to allow. If growing nicotiana rustica, a closer spacing may be used. Britton, N.L., and A. Brown. An illustrated flora of the northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions.

3 vols. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. These fine Argentinian Nicotiana rustica leaves are organically grown and harvested by hand by the native people. The leaves are cured and quickly tied into bundles in such a manner that the tobacco is easily used for rolled cigarettes or ceremonial pipe use.

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Nicotiana tabacum was used as a pistillate parent and crossed with three self-compatible species, N. rustica, N. repanda and N. trigonophylla, which were previously reported to have pollen tubes unilaterally inhibited by N.

tabacum pistil. Temporal and morphological observations revealed distinct differences of pollen tube behavior among these incongruous Cited by: The research presented here was focused on the effects of interactions between Nicotiana longiflora and N.

plumbaginifolia on their mating : Dulce Figueroa. Free Online Library: Breeding biology of the barn swallow (Hirundo rustica) in northeast Texas with temporal and geographic comparisons to other North American studies.(Report) by "The Texas Journal of Science"; Science and technology, general Animal breeding Research Animal reproduction Barn swallow Behavior Distribution Climate change.

Tobacco is the common name of several plants in the Nicotiana genus and the Solanaceae (nightshade) family, and the general term for any product prepared from the cured leaves of the tobacco plant.

More than 70 species of tobacco are known, but the chief commercial crop is N. more potent variant N. rustica is also used around the world. Tobacco contains Geographic origin: The Americas. Cigarettes are responsible for approximately _____ deaths annually.

44, C.D. 4, The Analysis of Continuous Variation in a Diallel Cross of Nicotiana Rustica Varieties J. Jinks A.R.C. Unit of Biometrical Genetics, University of BirminghamCited by: This chapter discusses the cytogenetic studies on Nicotiana. The genus Nicotiana has been a favored material for studies on inheritance and evolution in higher plants since the days of the pre-Mendelian hybridizers.

The origins and evolution of species of the genus are presented and these relationships are summarized diagrammatically in the form of three phylogenetic by:   continued • Nicotiana paniculata X Nicotiana undulata • 2n=24 2n=24 • F1(sterile) • Natural doubling of • chromosome • Nicotiana rustica • 2n=4x=48 5 6.

FLORAL BIOLOGY • The inflorescence of tobacco is a terminal raceme • The flowers are pedicellate and hermophrodite • Calyx contain five sepals • Corolla contain five petal 6. Nicotiana rustica. the less desirable species of tobacco, which is not widely grown in the United States.

Combo with Combo with drugs, society and human behavior ch 15 and 1 other and 1 other Terms. skuttlebutt. Combo with drugs, society. Nicotiana species in a previous study (Litton et al., a).

Fifty-seven Nicotiana species were examined, and six were found to be resistant. They were N. longiflora, N. nudicaulis S. Watson, N. plumbaginifolia, N. repanda, N. stocktonii Brandegee, and N. rustica L. However, that study only examined one accession for most of the 57 species.

F IND MORE NICOTIANA. It was one of my “to-do’s” forfrom the list of early resolutions made as I began fall cleanup, a mandate aimed at more summer-into-fall pleasure for me and visiting hummingbirds. Little did I know that seed for such easy flowers would be so hard to find, leading me not to some familiar seed company but to the peripatetic farmers of Walking Roots.

Nicotiana Sylvestris Nicotiana Tabacum These were all grown in 1 gallon pots with an oganic potting mix. They are really easy to grow. Have some starting both straight in the ground and in little seed trays atm.

I use the peat trays so you can just rip the bottom off and plant in the ground or a pot when ready. Mexico has the largest genetic diversity of chia (Salvia hispanica L.). Recently, chia seed derivates have attracted commercial attention. However, too little is known about its breeding system.

tern of social behavior is that of breeding in small colonies of variable size. The Barn Swal- low (HiTundo mcstica) is such a species, found nesting alone and in aggregations of 2 to 40 or more pairs (Bent ). This diversity of social breeding habits is the result of adaptation to a Cited by:.

Genetic Manipulation of Male Gametophytic Generation in Higher Plants. N. R., and Jinks, J. L.,Gene transfer in Nicotiana rustica by means of irradiated pollen. I. Unselected progeny Genetic Manipulation of Male Gametophytic Generation in Higher Plants.

In: Biswas B.B., Harris J.R. (eds) Plant Genetic Engineering. Subcellular Cited by: 9.Tobacco is a product prepared from the leaves of the tobacco plant by curing them.

The plant is part of the genus Nicotiana and of the Solanaceae (nightshade) family. While more than 70 species of tobacco are known, the chief commercial crop is N. more potent variant N. rustica is also used around the world.

Tobacco contains the alkaloid nicotine, which is a Author: Huioli. Avian species with multiple clutches provide a good system to study how predation influences territorial movements within a breeding season. I observed a color-banded population of barn swallows (Hirundo rustica erythrogaster) in Boulder County, Colorado and quantified predation events, the number of fledglings from each nest, and the.