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|Statement||edited by John W. Gowen.|
|Contributions||Gowen, John Whittemore, 1893-, Iowa State College.|
|LC Classifications||QH421 .I6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 552 p. :|
|Number of Pages||552|
|LC Control Number||agr52000470|
No comprehensive and critical analysis of the phenomenon of heterosis in economic plants has been published for the last three decades since the now classical book Heterosis, edited by J.
Gowen (Iowa State College Press, Ames, Iowa, ).Cited by: Research on heterosis, male sterility systems, outcrossing mechanisms, disease/insect management, and grain quality considerations in hybrid rice are reviewed. The book contains a wealth of useful information for practicing hybrid rice breeders, seed producers, researchers, and students of Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
No comprehensive and critical analysis of the phenomenon of heterosis in economic plants has been published for the last three decades since the now classical book Heterosis, edited by J. Immediately download the Heterosis summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or teaching Heterosis.
Buy Combining Ability and Heterosis Studies of QPM Inbred Lines: Combining Ability and Heterosis Studies from a Diallel Cross of Quality Protein Maize Inbred Lines on Price: $ This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction.
Historical Perspective. Genetic Theories of Heterosis. Physiological and Biochemical Bases of Heterosis. Heterosis in Population Crosses. Hybrid Predictions. Genetics and Enhancement of Heterosis Using Molecular by: Heterosis is a phenomenon not well understood but has been exploited extensively in breeding and commercially.
Hybrid cultivars are used for commercial production in crops in which heterosis expression is important. Hybrid vigor or heterosis is defined as a superior performance of hybrids, for many traits, relative to their parental inbred lines (see Chapter 8 of this book).
Hybrids have been widely used in crop and tree breeding since ancient times, although the molecular mechanisms underlying heterosis have yet. J.F. Crow, in Encyclopedia of Genetics, An understanding of heterosis in genetic terms had to await the rediscovery of Mendel's laws in It was immediately apparent that hybrids are more heterozygous than their parents.
A decrease in the number of heterozygotes implied an increase in the number of homozygotes. Heterosis, also called hybrid vigour, the increase in such characteristics as size, growth rate, fertility, and yield of a hybrid organism over those of its parents. Plant and animal breeders exploit heterosis by mating two different pure-bred lines that have certain desirable traits.
The first-generation offspring generally show, in greater measure, the desired characteristics of both parents. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the header. Heterosis And Hybrid Seed Production In Agronomic Crops Epub Format - Stan and Jan Berenstain Public Library Heterosis And Hybrid Seed Production In Agronomic Heterosis book Discusses How Heterosis Or Hybrid Vigor Has Played A Major Role In.
Preface. The chapters for this book are based on 40 plenary presentations by invited speakers and related question-and-answer sessions from the international symposium, The Genetics and Exploitation of Heterosis in Symposium was organized and hosted by the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maíz y Trigo, CIMMYT) in Mexico City.
Heterosis in animals: (i) Mule is a hybrid from a cross between Jack (Equus hemicus) and Mare (Earns equus) which has been known since ancient times for its well-known qualities of strength and stubbornness.
(ii) Cross between red Sindhi breed of Indian Cattle and Jersey breed of America contams 30% more butter fat in milk. Fixation of heterosis. Hybrid vigour has been exploited in both self as well as cross pollinated species.
The expression Heterosis book heterosis is restricted to the hybrid individual (F1 generation) and it dissipates in the advanced generations or in the progenies derived from it due to segregation and recombination which disturb the original heterotic combination of genes.
In book: Genetics and Genomics of Rice, Chapter: Heterosis, Publisher: Springer New York Heidelberg Dordrecht London, Editors: Qifa Zhang, Rod A. Wing, pp Cite this publication Dan Zhu. Manipulation of heterosis is an important strategy for increasing the yield potential of wheat (Rauf et al.
Studies have shown that the exploitation of heterosis has the potential to overcome the yield plateau in wheat. Heterosis is the increase or decrease in vigour of hybrids when com-pared with that of its parents (Sharif et al.
Heterosis It is defined as the superiority of F 1 hybrid over both the parents in terms of yield or some other characters. The term heterosis was first used by Shull in Types of heterosis 1. Average heterosis It is the heterosis where F 1 is superior to mid parent value.
In other words superior to average of two Size: 68KB. Molecular biology and the origin of species: Heterosis, protein polymorphism and animal breeding, (Biology series) Published by University of Washington Press () ISBN. Heterosis and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Print book: German: 1.
AuflView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Heterosis. Genetics. Hybridization, Genetic. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. We review the degree of heterosis, history and current status of hybrid breeding, and development of heterotic groups in five major crops with different pollination systems: allogamous—maize (Zea mays L.) and rye (Secale cereale L.); partially allogamous—faba bean (Vicia faba L.) and oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.); autogamous— rice (Oryza sativa L.).
Fundamental principles and systematic approaches. s and s as evidenced by the now classic book entitled Heterosis edited by John W. Gowen and published by Iowa State University Press.
In fact, the entire U.S. hybrid maize industry and much of the world maize industry is found ed on heterosis. Despite the importance of heterosis. We review the degree of heterosis, history and current status of hybrid breeding, and development of heterotic groups in five major crops with different pollination systems: allogamous—maize (Zea mays L.) and rye (Secale cereale L.); partially allogamous—faba bean (Vicia faba L.) and oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.); autogamous— rice.
Heterosis in Plant Breeding. In book: Plant Breeding Reviews, Vol pp - Heterosis can also be captured and fixed through the process of polyploidization which is common in Author: Charles Stuber.
Heterosis refers to the phenomenon that progeny of diverse varieties of a species or crosses between species exhibit greater biomass, speed of development, and fertility than both parents. Various models have been posited to explain heterosis, including dominance, overdominance, and pseudo-overdominance.
In this Perspective, we consider that it might be useful to the field to abandon these. Genetics of Heterosis for Earliness in the Tomato Author Burdick, Allan B. Publisher: Genetics, Vol. 39, No. 4, Julypp. Other notes: Very good Seller Rating: % positive.
Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. ant conclusion from his book was that cross-ferti- lization was generally beneficial and self-fertili- zation injurious. His work was of great import- ance on heterosis since be did careful and accurate work on it.
Bed was influenced by Dawin's work and became the leader in Am&- can research designed to improve maize. This landmark book deals with heterosis and hybrid seed production of major agronomic crops such as wheat, rice, maize, sorghum, cotton, sunflower, and rapeseed.
Through Heterosis and Hybrid Seed. Heterosis refers to the phenomenon that progeny of diverse varieties of a species or crosses between species exhibit greater biomass, speed of development, and fertility than both parents. Various models have been posited to explain heterosis, including dominance, overdominance, and pseudo-overdominance.
Hybrid Vigor (Heterosis) Michael Gore lecture notes Tucson Winter Institute version 18 Jan Breaking Yield Barriers for Phillips Crop Sci. SS Phillips Crop Sci. SS Hybrid maize is a modern marvel. Springer and Stupar Genome Res.
File Size: 1MB. This landmark book deals with heterosis and hybrid seed production of major agronomic crops such as wheat, rice, maize, sorghum, cotton, sunflower, and rapeseed.
Through Heterosis and Hybrid Seed Production in Agronomic Crops, you will discover valuable information on hybrid seed production methods that is not available in any other single : Amarjit Basra. Book Description. Heterosis and Hybrid Seed Production in Agronomic Crops discusses how heterosis or “hybrid vigor” has played a major role in improving crop productivity and quality in order to feed the ever-increasing human population, particularly in developing countries.
Some aspects of work carried out on heterosis and its practical exploitation in both self- and cross-pollinated crops since are surveyed. Methods of breeding are examined with reference to the characters of parents and F1 crosses in self-pollinated plants, the relation between the characters of inbred lines and those of their F1 crosses in maize, a comparison of ways in which heterosis can Cited by: Utilization of Heterosis in a Beef Cow Herd J.
Severe and D.R. ZoBell Introduction George H. Shull, while working as a corn geneticist at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory from toobserved that when two different pure-bred lines of corn were crossbred the resulting progeny exhibited physical traits superior to those of the.
Hybrid vigour & Inbreeding depression were also reported by Charles R. Darwin in in his book “The effects of Cross and Self fertilization in vegetable kingdom”. Heterosis was rediscovered by & independently in Maize in Most of the economically important traits in crops are quantitative and are controlled by many genes.
Breeding for Quantitative Traits in Plants investigates the application of quantitative genetics to plant breeding. This book is an ideal text for a graduate-level course.
Heterosis. Techniques > Use of language > Figures of speech > Heterosis. Method | Example | Discussion | See also. Description. Heterosis is a figure of speech where one form of verb is exchanged for another form.
Example. I know the game has not yet started, but I know we have won. Types of heterosis • There are three main types of heterosis: 1. Individual heterosis: Heterosis is retained in the breeding of crossbred animal and is related to the probability of alleles from different parental lines joining together.
Maternal heterosis: The offspring of a F1 female will benefit from maternal heterosis 3. This Book is brought to you for free and open access by the Agronomy at Iowa State University Digital Repository.
It has been accepted for inclusion in Agronomy Books by an authorized administrator of Iowa State University Digital Repository. For more information, please contact [email protected] Recommended Citation Fehr, Walter Cited by:. Two field experiments were conducted in the spring-summer seasons of and at the Newe Ya'ar Research Center (northern Israel), to examine heterosis in Galia-type muskmelon.
The study includes three hybrid cultivars and their five.Livesay EA. An Experimental Study of Hybrid Vigor or Heterosis in Rats. Genetics. Jan; 15 (1)– [PMC free article] Singleton WR. Cytogenetic Behavior of Fertile Tetraploid Hybrids of NICOTIANA RUSTICA and NICOTIANA PANICULATA.
Genetics. Sep; 17 (5)– [PMC free article] Thompson WP.Heterosis in agriculture. In the cultivation of plants, heterosis is an important way to increase productivity. Crops from heterotic hybrids are percent greater than from ordinary varieties.
In order to use heterosis in production, economically profitable means have been developed of obtaining hybrid seeds of corn, tomatoes, eggplants.