Glossary of Genetics and Cytogenetics

@inproceedings{Rieger1976GlossaryOG,
  title={Glossary of Genetics and Cytogenetics},
  author={Professor Dr. Rigomar Rieger and Dr. Arnd Michaelis and Professor Dr. Melvin M. Green},
  booktitle={Springer Study Edition},
  year={1976}
}
Genetic and biochemical biomarkers in the macrophyte Bidens laevis L. Exposed to a commercial formulation of endosulfan
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Only cytogenetic biomarkers like CAAT in B. laevis can serve potentially as early warning systems to detect environmentally relevant concentrations of endosulfan in aquatic ecosystems, and defense biomarkers such as the activity of the antioxidant enzymes are evaluated. Expand
2C or not 2C: a closer look at cell nuclei and their DNA content
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An extension of the C-value terminology to handle a range of cytogenetic conditions, life cycle segments, and nuclear phases is proposed and should eliminate ambiguities in reporting DNA contents in both plants and animals. Expand
Interaction between root-knot nematodes and Solanum spp. Variation in pathogenicity, cytology, proteins and DNA.
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The combination of post-reductional meiosis and the fusion of the second polar body with the egg pronucleus is probably responsable for maintenance of heterozygosity in meiotic parthenogenetic Meloidogyne. Expand
An assessment of chromosomal rearrangements in neopolyploids of Lilium hybrids.
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There was evidence that neopolyploids of Lilium hybrids did not possess any noticeable chromosome rearrangements, and evidence for the occurrence of meiotic recombination in the LA hybrids has been confirmed with GISH on meiotic chromosomes. Expand
A multi-objective optimization procedure for solving the high-order epistasis detection problem
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This work presents an implementation of a multi-objective optimization algorithm with a problem-aware offspring process, and results confirm that, using the proposed approach, large datasets with high-order epistasis sizes can be processed in reasonable time, obtaining solutions of good quality. Expand
Molecular Approaches for Harvesting Natural Diversity for Crop Improvement
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This chapter has tried to discuss the domestication events with respect to genetic architecture in crop plants during the course of evolution, crop improvement for food and nutritional security, role of crop genetic resources and their importance, genetic bottlenecks responsible for narrowing down of genetic diversity, significance of conservation of natural variation, and base-broadening conventional approaches. Expand
The investigation of toxic, genotoxic and cytotoxic effects of various nanoparticles in Allium cepa and Caenorhabditis elegans test systems
In this study, toxic, genotoxic and cytotoxic effects of titanium dioxide (TiO2), silicon oxide (SiO2), zinc oxide (ZnO), copper oxide (CuO) and aluminium oxide (Al2O3) nanoparticles on Allium cepaExpand
Boosting the performance of multi-objective epistasis detection
In recent years, studies have shown that genetic interaction can play a major role in the occurrence of diseases that affect human beings. An increasing number of approaches to detect theseExpand
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