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    George Bruening,John Harada,Tsune Kosuge,Alexander Hollaender
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An Agricultural Perspective A second conference. entitled "Tailoring Genes for Crop Improvement. Genes for the Extensins, an Abundant Class of Proteins.

An Agricultural Perspective. eBook 89,24 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). spon­ sored by the UC-Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the College's Biotechnology Program. was held at Davis in August. to discuss the notable advances that had been made during the intervening years in the technology for gene modification. and expression in plants.

Tailoring Genes for Crop Improvements : An Agricultural Perspective. a conference was held at the University of Califor­ nia. Davis. to discuss both molecular and traditional approaches to plant genetic analysis and plant breeding. Papers presented at the meeting were published in Genetic Engineering of Plants: An Agricultural Perspective.

George Bruening, John Harada. spon- sored by the UC-Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the College's Biotechnology Program. Alexander Hollaender.

by Conference on Tailoring Genes for Crop . . George Bruening, John Harada, Tsune Kosuge, Alexander Hollaender. Published 1987 by Plenum Press in New York. Proceedings of the Conference on Tailoring Genes for Crop Improvement: an agricultural perspective, held August 24-28, 1986, at the University of California, Davis, California. Basic life sciences ;, v. 41. Classifications.

entitled "Tailoring Genes for Crop Improvement.

Tailoring Genes for Crop Improvement. Somaclonal Variation and Crop Improvement. On the Use of Microspores for Genetic Modification. Crop Productivity and Quality: Chairman's Introduction. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Tailoring Genes for Crop Improvement: An Agricultural Perspective. Charles E. Hess (auth. George Bruening, John Harada, Tsune Kosuge, Alexander Hollaender, Gregory Kuny, Claire M. Wilson (ed. Год: 1987. File: PDF, . 8 MB. Распространяем знания с 2009. Пользовательское соглашение. of crop improvement a tedious, time-consuming and expensive endeavor. We found a yield-enhancing quantitative trait locus (QTL) from Glycine soja (Siebold and Zucc. by evaluating a population of 265 BC(2) individuals from a cross between HS-1 and PI 407305. Author : George Bruening,John Harada,Tsune Kosuge,Alexander Hollaender. Publisher : Springer.

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In August. 1982. a conference was held at the University of Califor­ nia. Davis. to discuss both molecular and traditional approaches to plant genetic analysis and plant breeding. Papers presented at the meeting were published in Genetic Engineering of Plants: An Agricultural Perspective. A second conference. entitled "Tailoring Genes for Crop Improvement." spon­ sored by the UC-Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the College's Biotechnology Program. was held at Davis in August. 1986. to discuss the notable advances that had been made during the intervening years in the technology for gene modification. transfer. and expression in plants. This volume contains papers that were presented at this meeting and provides readers with examples of how the new experimental strategies are being used to gain a clearer understanding of the biology of the plants we grow for food and fiber; it also discusses how molecular biology approaches are being used to introduce new genes into plants for plant breeding programs. We are grateful to the speakers for their excellent presentations for the conference and extend our sincere thanks to those who contributed manuscripts for this volume.