By John G. Scandalios
"Advances in Genetics" quantity 30 emphasizes a variety of genetic learn in vegetation, bugs, fungi and different genetic structures. The textual content comprises articles overlaying agriculturally major genetic phenomena in larger crops, medically invaluable genetic views in mosquitos and features of telomeres in improvement and illness. This sequence booklet might be worthy to researchers who who want updated overviews of parts open air their speciality, and to scholars who want finished introductions to themes in genetics examine.
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The basis for these differences has not been determined, but in the same way that there are dramatic differences in the ability of various lines to form regenerable cultures, differences 48 VIRGINIA M. PESCHKE AND RONALD L. PHILLIPS may exist in the degree to which the tissue culture environment disrupts the cellular environment of a particular line. 111. Major Types of Somaclonal Variation and Their Genetic Consequences A. CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS 1 . PolyploidyIAneuploidy Possibly hundreds of studies of chromosomal variation and behavior in plant tissue culture have been undertaken over the past 30 years and have been described in a number of detailed reviews (Sunderland, 1977; Bayliss, 1980; DAmato, 1985; Lee and Phillips, 1988).
Advances in Genetics, Vol. 30 by John G. Scandalios