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Theoretical and applied genetics 82 (1991), S. 674-680
ISSN: 1432-2242
Keywords: Puccinia recondita tritici ; Triticum aestivum ; Rust resistance
Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Topics: Biology
Notes: Summary A study of spring bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) germ plasm developed at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) showed highly significant phenotypic variability for each component of partial resistance (namely, uredial appearance period, latency period, uredial number and uredial size) to Puccinia recondita f. sp. tritici. All of the wheat genotypes displayed longer uredial appearance and latency periods and decreased uredial number and uredial size when compared to the susceptible check cultivar ‘Morocco’. Positive correlations between uredial appearance period and latency period, and uredial number and uredial size, and negative correlations between uredial appearance and latency periods and uredial number and uredial size, inclusive, suggested that the components of partial resistance were either tightly linked or under pleiotropic genetic control. Compared to ‘Morocco’, all entries had slow disease progress in the field and variation occurred in the germ plasm for the area under the leaf rust progress curve. Disease progress was negatively correlated with uredial appearance and latency periods, whereas a positive correlation was observed with uredial number and uredial size. Certain genotypes displayed high levels of partial resistance resulting in low disease incidence in the field.
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Theoretical and applied genetics 58 (1980), S. 129-136
ISSN: 1432-2242
Keywords: Barley ; Genetic potential ; Seed protein ; Selection
Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Topics: Biology
Notes: Summary Hybridization followed by continuous selection of lines of barley from different cross-combinations involving high protein-high lysine genotypes and the agronomically superior strains resulted in breaking the negative correlations between 1000 grain weight and high protein content and high DBC values. The methodology of DBC-Kjeldahl protein adopted in the present study is likely to be useful in identifying high lysine lines. The present study has shown considerable variability with respect to protein content and grain weight and has provided interesting genotypes which can be used in synthesising lines with improved nutritional quality and productivity in barley. The success in breaking the undesirable linkages to factors that impair the endosperm development is due to sufficient genetic variability in the initial breeding material as well as the use of suitable breeding procedures like the full-sib mating in the early segregating generations.
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Theoretical and applied genetics 73 (1987), S. 846-855
ISSN: 1432-2242
Keywords: Puccinia graminis tritici ; Triticum aestivum ; Monosomic analysis ; Rust resistance ; Gene identification
Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Topics: Biology
Notes: Summary ‘Chris’ wheat possessed genes Sr5, Sr7a, Sr8a, Sr9g and Sr12. ‘W3746’, derived from the cross ‘Chris’/‘Baart’, possessed Sr7a and Sr12. The response conferred by Sr7a was influenced by the genetic background. Although Sr7a or Sr12 alone conferred no observable resistance upon adult plants, the adult resistances of ‘Chris’ and ‘W3746’ to predominant pathotypes appeared to be associated with the interaction of Sr7a and Sr12, or genes at closely linked loci.
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Theoretical and applied genetics 70 (1985), S. 80-84
ISSN: 1432-2242
Keywords: Genetic variation ; Metric trait ; Tomato ; Triple test cross
Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Topics: Biology
Notes: Summary Sixty families from two tomato triple test crosses (S120 x EC61747 and EC31513 x ‘Tusa Ruby’) were raised in complete randomized blocks in two replications and two environments (two fertilizer levels). Jinks and Perkins' (1970) analysis was used to detect and estimate the additive, dominance and epistatic components of genetic variation for flowering time, maturity period, number of branches per plant, final height, shape index of fruit, locule number, number of fruits per plant, yield per plant and weight per fruit. The j & 1 type epistasis was more important than the i type epistasis in the first cross, while in the second cross the two components of epistasis played almost equal roles in the control of characters studied. Both the D (additive) and H (dominance) components were significant for most of the characters in both crosses and in both the environments. The D component was relatively more important than the H component in the first cross, while the situation was just the reverse in the second cross. Dominance was directional in 8 out of 36 cases. Ambidirectional dominance was observed in 27 cases. A real absence of dominance was observed in one case only.
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Theoretical and applied genetics 79 (1990), S. 401-410
ISSN: 1432-2242
Keywords: Puccinia graminis tritici ; Puccinia recondita Tritici ; Triticum aestivum ; Rust resistance ; Gene identification
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Topics: Biology
Notes: Summary Genes for resistance toPuccinia graminis tritici andPuccinia recondita tritici identified in four South African wheats were:Sr6,Sr8a,Sr9e, andLr13 in ‘W3762’;Sr5,Sr8a,Sr9b,Sr12,Sr24,Lr13, andLr24 in ‘W3760’;Sr2,Sr24,SrC,Lr13, andLr24 in ‘W3751’; andSr7a,Sr23,Sr36, andLr16 in ‘W3755’. GenesSr2,Sr9e, andSr24 also conferred adult plant resistance to the predominant pathotypes ofP. graminis tritici. GenesSr7a,Sr23, andSrC, when present alone, did not confer acceptable adult plant resistance, even though low seedling reactions were associated with them when tested with the same pathotypes. Genetic recombination betweenLr13 andSr9e was estimated at 12.5%±2.3%.
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Annales geophysicae 15 (1997), S. 597-602
ISSN: 0992-7689
Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Topics: Geosciences , Physics
Notes: Abstract An attempt is made to confirm the generation mechanism of plasmaspheric ELF hiss emissions observed aboard GEOS-1 satellite in the equatorial region both at small and large wave normal angles by calculating their magnetic field intensities in terms of incoherent Cerenkov radiation mechanism and cyclotron resonance instability mechanism, using appropriate and suitable plasma parameters. The ELF intensities calculated by Cerenkov radiation mechanism, being 4 to 5 orders of magnitude lower than the observed intensities, rule out the possibility of their generation by this mechanism. On the other hand, the intensities calculated under electron cyclotron resonance instability mechanism are found to be large enough to account for both the observed intensity and propagation losses and hence to confirm that plasmaspheric ELF hiss emissions observed aboard GEOS-1 satellite both at small and large wave normal angles were originally generated in the equatorial region by this mechanism just near the inner edge of the plasmapause. The difference in the observed intensities of two types of the emissions has been attributed to the propagation effect rather than the generation efffect.
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Annales geophysicae 17 (1999), S. 1260-1267
ISSN: 0992-7689
Keywords: Ionosphere (equatorial ionosphere; ionosphere-magnetosphere interactions; wave-particle interactions)
Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Topics: Geosciences , Physics
Notes: Abstract The morphology of ELF hiss events observed at low-latitude ground station Varanasi (L = 1.07, geomagnetic latitude 14°55′N) are reported, which consist of two types: (1) events which propagated in ducted mode along the geomagnetic field line corresponding to observing station Varanasi and (2) events which propagated in ducted mode along higher L-values (L = 4–6), after reaching the lower edge of ionosphere excite the Earth-ionosphere wave guide and propagate towards equator to be received at Varanasi. To understand the generation mechanism of ELF hiss, incoherent Cerenkov radiated power from the low latitude and middle latitude plasmasphere are evaluated. Considering this estimated power as an input for wave amplification through wave-particle interaction, the growth rate and amplification factor is evaluated which is too small to explain the observed wave intensity. It is suggested that some non-linear mechanism is responsible for the generation of ELF hiss.
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Pure and applied geophysics 147 (1996), S. 161-180
ISSN: 1420-9136
Keywords: Himalayan region ; earthquake ; strong ground motion ; attenuation relation ; seismicity
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Topics: Geosciences , Physics
Notes: Abstract Strong motion data from various regions of India have been used to study attenuation characteristics of horizontal peak acceleration and velocity. The strong ground motion data base considered in the present work consists of various earthquakes recorded in the northern part of India since 1986 with magnitudes 5.7 to 7.2. Using these data, relations for horizontal peak acceleration and velocity, which are $$\begin{gathered} log_{10} a = 1.14 + 0.31M + 0.65log_{10} R \hfill \\ log_{10} v = 0.571 + 0.41M + 0.768log_{10} R \hfill \\ \end{gathered}$$ have been proposed wherea is the peak horizontal acceleration in cm/sec2,v is the peak horizontal velocity in mm/sec,M is body wave magnitude, andR is the hypocentral distance in km. The proposed relations are in reasonable agreement with the small amount of strong ground motion data available for the northern part of India. The present results will be useful in estimating strong ground motion parameters and in the earthquake resistant design in the Himalayan region.
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Oxford, UK : Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Geophysical prospecting 33 (1985), S. 0
ISSN: 1365-2478
Source: Blackwell Publishing Journal Backfiles 1879-2005
Topics: Geosciences , Physics
Notes: The use of Very High Frequency measurements applied to the detection of the variation in dielectric constant as a precursor to earthquakes is examined. It is concluded that such a technique is feasible and that the installation of source and sensor in separate deep boreholes provides a suitable environment for this type of study. The boreholes could also be used for a considerable range of other types of instrumentation.
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Oxford, UK : Blackwell Publishing Ltd
ISSN: 1365-2621
Source: Blackwell Publishing Journal Backfiles 1879-2005
Topics: Process Engineering, Biotechnology, Nutrition Technology
Notes: Storage stability of quail eggs pickled in 50% vinegar solution and subsequently stored in glass jars with pickling solution or in flexible pouches without the solution at mean ambient (24°C, 58% RH) and refrigeration (5°C, 80% RH) temperatures was investigated. Pickle solution, egg white and yolk reached equilibrium pH (4.26–4.31) within 2 and 5 days of ambient and refrigeration storage, respectively. Eggs lost up to 12.2 and 8.8% of their weight within 48 h of ageing under ambient and refrigeration storage, respectively. Polypropylene (PP)-packed pickles suffered maximum weight loss followed by high-density polyethylene (HDPE)-packed eggs; losses were negligible in polyester/foil/polyethylene (PFP) laminate-packed samples. A decrease in phosphatidyl choline and phosphatidyl ethanolamine with simultaneous increase in lysophosphatidyl choline and lysophosphatidyl ethanolamine plus sphingomyelin occurred in pickled eggs during storage. Thiobarbituric acid (TBA) value increased and sensory quality declined with storage time. Aerobic plate counts remained fairly low throughout storage. HDPE (84 μm) was found to be an economic and efficient alternative packaging to glass jar for storage of pickled eggs without the pickle solution for up to 4 and 12 months of ambient and refrigerated storage, respectively.
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