Comparison of 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T on callus induction and growth in three Gramineae species
- B. Conger, J. Carabia, K. W. Lowe
- 1 October 1978
Influence of different auxins at varying concentrations on callus inductions and growth from embryo and leaf-tip explants in gramineae
- B. Conger, L. Hilenski, K. W. Lowe, J. Carabia
- 1 February 1982
Improved sister-chromatid differentiation using paraffin-coated bromodeoxyuridine tablets in mice.
- A. McFee, K. W. Lowe, J. S. San Sebastian
- ChemistryMutation research
Caprolactam and benzoin: tests for induction of chromosome aberrations and SCEs in mouse bone marrow.
- A. McFee, K. W. Lowe
- BiologyMutation research
- 1 November 1989
Assays of three carcinogen/non‐carcinogen chemical pairs for in vivo induction of chromosome aberrations, sister chromatid exchanges and micronuclei
- A. McFee, P. Jauhar, K. W. Lowe, J. T. Macgregor, C. Wehr
- ChemistryEnvironmental and Molecular Mutagenesis
Three pairs of structurally similar carcinogenic/ non‐carcinogenic chemicals were tested for in vivo genotoxic activity in B6C3F1 mice, and o‐toluidine hydrochloride increased the frequency of sister chromatid exchanges in two successive trials, while o‐anthranilic acid had a positive effect on sister Chromatid exchange in two of three trials.
In vivo SCE analysis using bromodeoxyuridine, iododeoxyuridine, and chlorodeoxyuridine.
- R. DuFrain, A. McFee, S. Linkous, C. Jennings, K. W. Lowe
- Chemistry, BiologyMutation research
- 1 February 1984
Root and Shoot Formation from Callus Cultures of Tall Fescue 1
- K. W. Lowe, B. Conger
- 1 May 1979
The Detection of Potential Genetic Hazards in Complex Environmental Mixtures Using Plant Cytogenetics and Microbial Mutagenesis Assays
- M. Constantin, K. W. Lowe, T. K. Rao, F. Larimer, J. L. Epler
It is hoped that these short-term tests will predict lealth hazards early in the development of new technologies, allowing technological changes to be made at early stages, and resulting in timely whole-animal testing where screening indicates potential hazards, and time and money should be saved in both technological development and biological testing.
Detection of potential genetic hazards in complex environmental mixtures using plant cytogenetics and microbial mutagenesis assays. [Arsenic-contaminated groundwater and power plant fly ash extract]
- M. Constantin, K. W. Lowe, T. K. Rao, F. Larimer, J. Epler
- Biology, Environmental Science
Results emphasize (1) the need for a battery of assays with different organisms and (2) the potential of a simple assay using plant root tip cells to detect mutagenic activity in complex environmental mixtures.