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Parthenogenesis and variation patterns in Andean potatoes.
Leonard Michael Taylor
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Plant Biology.
Apomixis in Plants presents a comprehensive review of different aspects of asexual seed formation in plants. This is important in plant research since apomixis could greatly facilitate breeding in important crops. It is also interesting theoretically because it carries problems related to genetic variation and evolution to its extreme. 5 Principles of inheritance and variation , 38 – 46 6 Molecular basis of inheritance , 47 – 56 7 Evolution , 57 – 63 8 Human health and diseases – , 64 – 65 9 Strategies for enhancement in food production , 66 – 68 10 Microbes in human welfare , 69 –
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Parthenogenesis and Variation Patterns in Andean Potatoes. Author: Taylor, L. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Birmingham Current Institution: University of Birmingham Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Access from EThOS.
zones in the Andean region, which are important for their use in the genetic improvement of potatoes. The An-dean potato varieties are adapted to high heights ranging from to m above sea level; this influences their agronomic characteristics.
The yield varies from to 18, kg/ha depending on the variety and theyFile Size: 1MB. A favorite variation in cooking is the construction of sod and fieldstone ovens (watia or pachamanca) for roasting potatoes at harvest time. Chili peppers. textures of Andean potatoes, just as Amerindian people do.
Texture is determined largely by dry-matter content, which varies from 18 to 34% of fresh weight; there is great variation in firmness and mealiness, and generally low fat absorption during frying.
Various pigments (yellow carotenoids, and red and purple anthocyanins) not only produce aFile Size: KB. Wide chloroplast DNA (ctDNA) diversity has been reported in the Andean cultivated tetraploid potato, Solanum tuberosum ssp.
andigena. Andean diploid potatoes were analyzed in this study to elucidate the origin of the diverse ctDNA variation of the cultivated tetraploids. The ctDNA types of 58 cultivated diploid potatoes (S. stenotomum, S. goniocalyx and S.
phureja), 35 accessions of S Cited by: Parthenogenesis. Parthenogenesis can be defined as the production of an embryo from a female gamete without any genetic contribution from a male gamete, with or without the eventual development into an adult.
From: Encyclopedia of Genetics, Related terms: Spermatozoon; Stem Cell; Zygote; Gonad; Oviduct; Nuclear Transfer; Abdomen; Asexual Reproduction; Equus. Tuber shape and eye depth variation in a diploid family of Andean potatoes Article (PDF Available) in BMC Genetics 16(57) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Losses of this magnitude can occur in potatoes unprotected from Colorado potato beetle, aphid-transmitted viruses, e.g., potato leafroll virus (PLRV) and potato virus Y (PVY), potato tuber moths (potato tuberworm), Guatemalan moth and tomato leafminer, pea leafminer, Andean potato weevils and potato leafhopper.
Considerable progress has been made in understanding pest biology and. That being said, potatoes actually have an important history as a staple crop in many cultures past and present.
Like you mentioned, the Andean people relied heavily on the production of potatoes and a good harvest could make or break a season.
For people living at high altitudes like the Andeans, crop production can be extremely difficult. Background: Tuber appearance is highly variable in the Andean cultivated potato germplasm.
The diploid. backcross mapping population ‘DMDD’ derived from the recently sequenced genome ‘DM’ represents a sample of. the allelic variation for tuber shape and eye depth present in the Andean by: The Andean potatoes come largely from equatorial latitudes and tuberize |6 It has been said that a new high-yielding, frost-resistant potato cultivar could do more for the political and economic stability of Bolivia than any other single factor.
|7 One interesting marketing strategy would be to maintain the diversity inherent in these species and raise them as multicolored and multishaped populations. Tuber appearance is highly variable in the Andean cultivated potato germplasm.
The diploid backcross mapping population ‘DMDD’ derived from the recently sequenced genome ‘DM’ represents a sample of the allelic variation for tuber shape and eye depth present in the Andean by: potatoes are virtually free of fat and cholesterol (Camire et al., ; Storey, ).
The nutrient-rich potato can contribute to improved diets, thus reducing mortality rates caused by malnutrition. It can improve food security and health, especially among women and children. Increases in potato yields are essential to improve theCited by: 1.
Nuclear and chloroplast DNA differentiation in Andean potatoes Thitaporn Sukhotu, Osamu Kamijima, and Kazuyoshi Hosaka Abstract: Over accessions of Andean landraces have been known in potato, classified into 7 cultivated species rang-ing from 2x to 5x (Hawkes ).
Chloroplast DNA (ctDNA), distinguished into T, W, C, S, and A types. The mode of reproduction helps to introduce now variation in progenies through the combination of the DNA from 2 different individuals.
These variations allow the individual to cope up with various environmental conditions and thus make the organisms better suited for.
GEOGRAPHICAL APPROACHES TO CROP CONSERVATION: THE PARTITIONING OF GENETIC DIVERSITY IN ANDEAN POTATOES 1 KARL S. ZIMMERER AND DAVID S. DOUCHES Zimmerer, Karl S. (Department of Geography, Science Hall, University of Wisconsin, Mad-Cited by: Tuber appearance is highly variable in the Andean cultivated potato germplasm.
The diploid backcross mapping population ‘DMDD’ derived from the recently sequenced genome ‘DM’ represents a sample of the allelic variation for tuber shape and eye depth present in the Andean by: standing the behavioral patterns that affect crop evolution (Boster ; Brush ct al.
; Johns ). The Andean folk classification system for potatoes is based on tuber characteristics, cultivation, edibility, processing and frost resis tance. Potato folk taxonomy helps determine cultivation practices that make the.
potato (Solanum tuberosum), Peruvian carrot (Arracacia xanthorrhiza) and maca (Lepidium meyenii W.). According to the National Research Council (USA, ), oca has a nutritional value equal to or better than potato. On average, oca contains % water, %.
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CBSE issues sample papers every year for students for class 12 board exams. Students should solve the CBSE issued sample papers to understand the pattern of the question paper which will come in class. Presence of genetic variation among the parents is the main prerequisite for any breeding program.
The large number of variation for different quality traits were reported for Andean potatoes. These variations can play a major role in improvement of quality traits of present cultivated potato, by incorporating the gene linked with particular Cited by: 1.
Tuber appearance is highly variable in the Andean cultivated potato germplasm. The diploid backcross mapping population ‘DMDD’ derived from the recently sequenced genome ‘DM’ represents a sample of the allelic variation for tuber shape and eye depth present in the Andean landraces.
Here we evaluate the utility of morphological descriptors for tuber shape for identification of Cited by: Apomixis in Plants presents a comprehensive review of different aspects of asexual seed formation in plants.
This is important in plant research since apomixis could greatly facilitate breeding in important crops. It is also interesting theoretically because it carries problems related to genetic va.