2 edition of inheritance of thermal resistance in hybrids of Salvelinus fontinalis (Mitchill) and Salvelinus namaycush (Walbaum) found in the catalog.
inheritance of thermal resistance in hybrids of Salvelinus fontinalis (Mitchill) and Salvelinus namaycush (Walbaum)
Peter Otto Edowald Ihssen
1971 in Toronto .
Written in English
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|Pagination||vii, 226 leaves.|
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hybrids were introduced into Jiaozuo Research Institute of Forestry (Henan province, China) in and Of these, 18 F1 hybrids that had good performance in tree height and Diameter at breast height (DBH) were selected over the course of the two-year seedling test. Parents and their 18 F1 hybrids were planted in Xifeng village, WuzhiCited by: The genetics of parallel evolution: a case study using thermal and non-thermal ecotypes of Mimulus guttatus from Yellowstone National Park Margaret Frisbie Hendrick The University of Montana The same is true of early hybrids produced between non’adapted members of the. their hybrids in a relatively short time. Materials and methods In all, advanced breeding lines, including designated B-lines, 23 designated R-lines and 65 potential R-lines were evaluated for rust resistance in the disease Citation: Sharma R, Thakur RP, Rai KN, Gupta SK, Rao VP, Rao AS and Suresh Kumar. Identification of rust resistance. Datta, R.K. Utilisation of mulberry and silkworm germplasm and importance of data base management. National seminar on mulberry and silkworm germplasm, Central Sericultural Germplasm Resources Centre, Hosur, ppl. Dewey, O.R. and Lu, K.H. A correlation and path coefficient analysis ofFile Size: 1MB.
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Bougas B, Granier S, Audet C, Bernatchez L. The transcriptional landscape of cross-specific hybrids and its possible link with growth in brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis mitchill) Genetics. ; – [PMC free article] Bower NI, Li X, Taylor Inheritance of thermal resistance in hybrids of Salvelinus fontinalis book, Johnston by: 8.
Failure of interspecific androgenesis between brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis, Mitchill ) and Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus, L.) has been attributed to the conflict between the egg.
Linking transcriptomic and genomic variation to growth in brook charr hybrids (Salvelinus fontinalis, Mitchill) B Bougas1, E Normandeau1, C Audet2 and L Bernatchez1 Hybridization can lead to phenotypic differences arising from changes in gene expression patterns or Cited by: 8.
The purpose of this experiment was to determine whether diploid and triploid brook charr, Salvelinus fontinalis, differ in their critical thermal maxima (CTM). Two age classes were tested (underyearlings, having average weight of 25 g, and yearlings, having average weight of g) at two rates of temperature increase (2° C h-1 and 15° C h-1).Cited by: Failure of interspecific androgenesis between brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis, Mitchill ) and Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus, L.) has been attributed to the conflict between the egg cytoplasm of one species and the sperm nucleus of the other overcome this incompatibility, sperm derived from the brook charr × Arctic charr hybrid male was used to induce Cited by: 9.
Brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis) is an economically important salmonid native to eastern North America; in Québec, it represents 50% of all freshwater aquaculture production.
Using microarrays, the general objective of this study was to document the differences between pure brook charr populations in terms of gene expression and their modes Cited by: 1.
Thermal compensation was inheritance of thermal resistance in hybrids of Salvelinus fontinalis book in the stomach of the brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis Mitchill) by determining if differences in pepsin occurred as a result of acclimation to 5 and 12°C 2.
No qualitative differences were indicated by pH or R-T curves. by: Epidermis structure in the brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and its Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) hybridKarel Halačka1, Radovan Kopp 2, Ondřej Klíma, Jan Mareš2 1Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v.v.i., Brno, Czech Republic 2Mendel University in Brno, Department of Fisheries and Hydrobiology, Czech Republic.
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The Transcriptional Landscape of Cross-Speciﬁc Hybrids and Its Possible Link With Growth in Brook Charr (Salvelinus fontinalis Mitchill) Be´re´nice Bougas,*,1 Sarah Granier,† Ce´line Audet† and Louis Bernatchez* *Institut de Biologie Inte´grative et des Syste`mes (IBIS), Pavillon Charles-Euge`ne Marchand, Universite´ Laval,Cited by: Summary.
The inheritance of freezing resistance in interspecific F 1 hybrid families of Eucalyptus encompassing 27 different species combinations and a range of levels of hardiness was examined. Freezing resistance was assessed by determining the temperatures required to cause either 30% (T30), 40% (T40), or 50% inheritance of thermal resistance in hybrids of Salvelinus fontinalis book leakage of electrolytes from excised leaf discs Cited by: The taxonomic status of Salvelinus fontinalis (Mitchill) is problematic.
Difficulties in comparison of populations are exacerbated by the lack of type material. Here we designate a neotype from Connetquot River, Long Island, New York.
We provide genetic and morphological data for the neotype, conspecifics, and other populations (Swan Creek, Nissequogue Creek) from Long Cited by: 3. Hybridization with introduced species represents a serious threat to the persistence of many native fish populations.
Brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) have been introduced extensively throughout the native range of bull trout (S. confluentus) and hybridization has been documented in several systems where they co-exist and is seen as a significant threat to the persistence of Cited by: Varietal Resistance, Physiologic Specialization, and Inheritance Studies in Bunt of Wheat* By E.
BRESSMAN INTRODUCTION Stinking Smut of wheat (bunt), Tillelia Irilici (Bjerk) Winter and Tilletia levis Kuhn, is the second most destructive disease of this crop, according to Gainesl6.
The disease has always caused considerable loss to the wheat. Non-native brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis MITCHILL, ) was introduced into Norway in However, it was not until the late s that this acid-tolerant salmonid species was stocked into many acidified lakes that many populations became established.
Inall brook trout stocking in Norway ceased. In this study, we surveyed the distribution of brook Cited by: 1. The genetic effect of stocking and population structure of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in the Beef River.
File(s) (Mb) Date Author. Callen, Kevin T. Metadata Show full item record. Abstract. The management of trout populations in streams often includes stocking hatchery-reared fish to supplement natural Cited by: 1. hybrids reached scale 1, %, scale 2, and %, scale 3.
In the F 2 generation, a wide segregation of individuals was observed for this trait. As noted in these results, more than one gene is involved in the control of virus resistance in plants of these generations.
The data obtained for AUDPC were used to estimate genetic parameters and. Trifoliate hybrids. African shaddock X Rubidoux trifoliate. Benton citrange. Bitters C citrandarin. Carpenter C citrandarin.
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GROWTH AND MORTALITY UNDER LOW PH OF TWO STRAINS OF BROOK TROUT (SALVELINUS FONTINALIS) Jeff Wesner, M.S. Western Carolina University (August ) Director: Dr. Thomas H. Martin Two genetically distinct strains of brook trout Salve linus jon/inalis, northern hatchery derived (NBKD and native southern (SBKT), occur in southern.
sélection by brook charr, Salvelinus fontinalis (e.g. Webster & EiriksdottirFraser, Witzel & MacCrimmon a, Snucins et al.Blanchfield & RidgwayEssington et al.
Circulation of groundwater in thé substrate would sta-bilize thé thermal, chemical, and hydrologie properties. Apr. 1, Inheritance of Resistance to Loose Smut in Wheat the stigmas of others by opening the glumes and applying the spores with a pair of forceps.
The third method tried was that of heavily dusting the dry spores on the spikes of plants; and the fourth method was that of dipping the spike in a beaker of water heavily laden with. A researcher is interested in the lengths of Salvelinus fontinalis (brook trout), which are known to be approximately normally distributed with mean 80 centimeters and standard deviation 5 centimeters.
To help preserve brook trout populations, some regulatory standards need to be set limiting the size of fish that can be caught. (a). What’s the probability of. Ontogenetic variations of thermal optimum for growth, and emergence of brook charr, Salvelinus fontinalis, in an artificially enhanced site.
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Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. if the hybrids are selected against the hybrid zone could persist if individuals from the parent species regularly travel into the zone where they mate to produce hybrid offspring if hybrids and large numbers of hybrid offspring may be produced natural selection.
Full text of "NOAA technical report NMFS SSRF" See other formats. DeHaan PW, Schwabe LT, Ardren WR. Spatial patterns of hybridization between bull trout, salvelinus confluentus, and brook trout, salvelinus fontinalis in an oregon stream network. Conserv Genet 11(3) Diaz PH and Alexander ML.
Aquatic macroinvertebrates of a spring-fed ecosystem in hays county, texas, usa. Wilkins. Inheritance of resistance to Puccinia coronata Corda and Rhyncosporium orthosporium Caldwell in Italian ryegrass.
Euphytica Wilkins, p. Implications of host- pathogen variation for resistance breeding in the grass Crop. Ann. Appt. Biol. Plant Disease/July suggested that resistance had a physiological basis (Schwartz et al., ).
Knowledge of the genetic basis of resistance to B. thuringiensis is useful for successful management of resistance. Also detection, monitoring and risk assessment of resistance can benefit greatly from information about its mode of inheritance.
Hairy vetch (Vicia villosa R.) is a winter-annual legume that is grown as a cover crop and forage. In addition to reducing soil erosion and suppressing weeds, the species can facilitate enough biological N fixation to supplement or replace the N requirements of : Nicholas Wiering. Quantitative resistance to the disease is being characterized.
Multiple sources of resistance identified through this research will be useful in breeding cultivars of hazelnut with durable resistance to EFB. Four pollinizer selections with resistance to eastern filbert blight ('Gamma', 'Delta', 'Epsilon' and 'Zeta') were released in January, Sincestripe rust, caused by Puccinia striiformis Westend.
tritici Eriks., has been the most important foliar disease of wheat in the eastern United States. Three lines of soft red winter wheat, 'McCormick', VA96W, and a variant of VA96W (VA96WV), were resistant to the stripe rust population first described in the United States in Cited by: 7.
AGRICULTURE GENETICS POTENTIALLY NEW SOURCES OF GENES FOR RESISTANCE TO COMMON BUNT (TILLETIA spp.) IN WINTER WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) FRAGA ONCICĂa and NICOLAE SĂULESCUb aAgricultural Research & Development Station Simnic, Romania.E-mail: [email protected] Provide a possible explanation for why hybrid finches are rare and not as fit as either parent species.
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Full text of "Pesticides documentation bulletin" See other formats. The two hybrids are not always reliably separable, but S. x pseudosalicifolia typically has smaller, narrower, more finely toothed leaves (Fig. 1) and narrower panicles.
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