Progress in Botany: Genetics Physiology Systematics Ecology by Prof. Dr. Martin Bopp (auth.), K. Esser, J. W. Kadereit, U.

By Prof. Dr. Martin Bopp (auth.), K. Esser, J. W. Kadereit, U. Lüttge, M. Runge (eds.)

With one quantity every year, this sequence retains scientists and complex scholars proficient of the most recent advancements and ends up in all parts of the plant sciences.
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1997; Simons et al. 1997). 1 cM (Kilian et al. 05% recombination (Bauer et al. 1996). For the same purpose, Montesclaros et al. (1997) used 500 F2 plants concerning the Tu locus conferring resistance to turnip mosaic virus (TuMV) and lettuce mosaic virus (LMV) in Lactuca sativa. Using morphological markers 21089 Fz plants have been analysed concerning the root-knot nematode resistance locus Mi in tomato, and in addition 1887 plants were screened by PCR-based flanking markers (Kaloshian et al. 1998).

They produced mutants of Physcomitrella, obtained on a large scale by mutagenesis of spores with N-methyl-N'-nitrosoguanidine (NTG). Such mutants, that are altered in their response to auxin and cytokinin, were isolated either by screening clones from mutagenized spores for growth on high hormone concentrations or by nonselective isolation of morphologicaHy abnormal plants, some of which altered in hormone sensitivity (Ashton and Cove 1977). With these mutants Ashton et al. (I979a,b) could demonstrate that auxin, as weH as cytokinin, are likely to play important and interacting roles in development.

Academic Press, London, pp 96-105 Bopp M, Vicktor R (1988) Protoplasts of Marchantia polymorpha and its development. Plant Cell PhysioI29:497-501 Bopp M, Werner 0 (1993) Abscisic acid and desiccation tolerance in mosses. Bot Acta 106: 103-1 06 Bopp M, Jahn H, Klein B (1964) Eine einfache Methode, das Substrat während der Entwicklung von Moosprotonemen zu wechseln. Rev Bryol LichenoI33:219-223 Bopp M, Erichsen U, Nessel M, Knoop B (1978) Connection between the synthesis of differentiation specific proteins and the capacity of cells to respond to cytokinin in the moss Funaria.

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