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Variation for cadmium uptake among Nicotiana species
No significant differences were found between the botanical varieties of the same species when grown on the cadmium enriched vs. natural cadmiam soil.
Cytological investigations of the interspecific hybrids of Nicotiana tabacum L. x N. glauca Grah.
The number of univalents and the frequency of PMCs containing unpaired chromosomes indicated that amphidiploids N. tabacum cv.
Meiosis and fertility in interspecific hybrids of Nicotiana tabacum L. ×N. glauca Grah. and their derivatives
Male fertility disturbances did not correlate with the degree of female fertility upon pollination with N. tahacum, and true amphidiploids, in spite of quite high chromosome pairing during meiosis, were very different in pollen fertility, ranging from 0% to 85%.
Potential of Nicotiana glauca (Grah.) as a source of resistance to black root rot Thielaviopsis basicola (Berk. and Broome) Ferr. in tobacco improvement
A wide variation in response to black root rot was found for post-sesquidiploids a clear reflection of extensive chromosome segregation in that hybrid generation.
TSWV resistance in DH lines of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) obtained from a hybrid between ‘Polalta’ and ‘Wiślica’
The DH lines PW-833, PW-834, and PW-900 showed a near correct morphology and stably inherited dominant monogenic resistance to TSWV.
Cytology and fertility of viable hybrids of Nicotiana tabacum L. cv. TB-566 with N. alata Link et Otto.
Transfer programs based on the introgression of entire linkage groups (sexual and somatic hybridization) seem to be of little use in the case of N. tabacum because of a barrier caused by genic imbalance rather than irregularities of meiotic divisions.
Preliminary study of the newly discovered tobacco species Nicotiana wuttkei Clarkson et Symon
Plant morphology and chromosome pairing data suggest that N. wuttkei has a closer affinity to N. maritima than toN.
Variation among offspring of alloplasmic tobacco Nicotiana tabacum L. cv ‘Zamojska 4’ with the cytoplasm of N. knightiana Goodspeed
  • A. Berbeć
  • Biology, Medicine
    Theoretical and Applied Genetics
  • 1 September 1994
Among those offspring, especially in the S2-and S3-selfed generations, a significant progeny-to-progeny variation was found for the majority of traits studied, the extent of which far exceeded that encountered in the selfed offspring of the autoplasmic paternal cultivar.