JOURNAL OF
GENETICS&BREEDING
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO AGRICULTURAL GENETICS

Vol. 55 – 2001

ALPHABETIC INDEX

AHMAD M., GRIFFIN W.B. and SUTTON K.H.– Assessment of a genetic variability in glutenin and gliadin quantified by size exclusion (SE) HPLC as a measure if bread making quality in wheat………………………………………..



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BURCHI G., DE BENEDETTI L., MERCURI A., PECCHIONI N. and SCHIVA T. – Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis for the genetic characterization of potential parents in a breeding program on pot Alstroemeria...



243

CAMMARERI M., ERRICO A., FILIPPONE E. and CONICELLA C.- Screening of Aster wild germplasm for in vitro response to regeneration…………………...


255

CHOWDHURY B., SHEEJA T.E. and MANDAL A.B. – Modulation in isozyme profiles in relation to Al toxicity tolerance in rice…………………………


111

DAGNE K.– Meiotic properties of induced autopolyploid Guizotia abyssinica (L.f.) Cass. ………………………………………………………………………


11

DHILLON N.P.S and ISHIKI K. – Genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships of sweetpotato revealed by DNA scanning…………………………


363

DONG Y., TSUZUKI E. and TERAO H.– Genetic analysis of aroma in three rice cultivars (Oryza sativa L.)………………………………………………………...


39

EHDAIE B., BARNHART D. and WAINES J.G.– Inheritance of root and shoot biomass in a bread wheat cross……………………………………………………


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GIAVENO G.D., MIRANDA FILHO J.B. and FURLANI P.R.– Inheritance of aluminium tolerance in maize (Zea mays L.)……………………………………..


51

GOPAL J. – Between and within families variation and family selection in potato breeding programmes …………………………………………………………….


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GOPAL J.- Genetic parameters and character associations for family selection in potato breeding programmes……………………………………………………...


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GUPTA S., KRISHNA R. and AHMAD Z.– Estimating gene effects for grain attributes in oats (Avena sativa L.) by different diallel models tested over environments………………………………………………………………………



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IANNUCCI A. – Effects of inbreeding and pollination modes on self-fertility and seed weight in berseem populations………………………………………………


165

JAMBHULKAR S.J., JOSHUA D.C. and GOSWAMY D.G. – Non-linked inhibitory gene controls a disease mimicking mutant in rice…………………….


239

KRISHNAVENI S., JOEUNG J.M. MUTHUKRISHNAN S and LIANG G.H. – Transgenic sorghum plants constitutively expressing a rice chitinase gene show improved resistance to stalk rot…………………………………………………...



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MAICH R., CAVALERI P., COSTERO B., TORRES L.E. and MANERO de ZUMELZU D. – Genetic progress in systematical breeding for grain yield in hexaploid triticale………………………………………………………………..



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MATHUR S. and KUMAR S. – Reproductive biology of Bacopa monnieri……….

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          MIRANDA FILHO J.B. and NASS L.L. – Genetic variability in semi-exotic
          populations of maize (Zea mays L.)………………………………………………….


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NAIR S.K. and TOMAR S.M.S. – Genetics of phenol colour reaction of grains and glumes in tetraploid and hexaploid wheats……………………………………….



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NAZARI HAGH A. and SHARMA B. – Chromosomal location of the recessive bract forming gene brac and fine structure analysis of the D locus of pea (Pisum sativum L.)


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NIJAGUN H.G. and KHADI B.M.- Progeny analysis of fibre characteristics of DCH 32, an interspecific cotton hybrid…………………………………………..


209

OBUTE G.C. – The morphological characterisation of an aneuploid Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp. in Nigeria ………………………………………………..


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OULD MOHAMED SALEM A., TRIFI M., SALHI-HANNACHI A., RHOUMA A. and MARRAKCHI M.- Genetic variability analysis of Tunisian date-palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) cultivars…………………………………………………



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PERERA A.M., POONI H.S. and SAXENA K.B.– Components of genetic variation in short-duration pigeonpea crosses under waterlogged conditions….


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PORRECA P., SABINA M.R., MARTELLI G., SUNSERI F., GRECO I., PRUNEDDU G. and SPANU A. – Genetic variability among Italian rice (Oryza sativs L.) cultivars investigated by RAPDs analysis ……………………………..



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         RAI K. N., RAO A.S., and CHAUHAN G.S. – Effect of seedling foliage colour on grain
         yield and agronomic traits in pearl millet……………………………………


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RAKSHIT S., MOHAPATRA T., MISHRA S.K., DASGUPTA S.K., SHARMA R.P. and SHARMA B. – Marker assisted selection for powdery mildew resistance in pea (Pisum sativum L.) ……………………………………………..




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          REDDY O.U.K., SIDDIQ E.A., ALI J., HUSSAIN A.J., NIMMAKAYALA P.,
          RAMASAMY P., VIRAKTAMATH B.C. and SARMA N.P. – Prediction of heterotic
          combinations using RAPD polymorphism in rice…..…………………..


135


REDDY V.R.K., ARUMUGAM S. and ASIR R. – Alien gene transfers and their use in rust resistance in wheat……………………………………………………..


217

RICCIARDI L.– Relationships between bio-agronomic and biochemical traits recorded in durum wheat under water stress conditions………………………….

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ROBERT N., HENNEQUET C. and BERARD P. – Dry matter and nitrogen accumulation in wheat kernel: genetic variation in rate and duration of grain filling………………………………………………………………………………



297

ROY P.K. and MALOO S.R. – Diallel study on some in vitro callus traits of soybean[Glycine max (L.). Merrill] …………………………………………….


357

SAHAGΪN- CASTELLANOS J. – Response to selection for general combining ability on the basis of evaluation of selfed testcrosses……………………………


229

SEBASTIANO A., CARPUTO D., CONSIGLIO F., FILOTICO F., FRUSCIANTE L. and BARONE A.- FDR and FDR+SDR 2n pollen for true potato seed production…………………………………………………………………………



159

SINGH M.R. – Cytogeneitc studies of three induced paracentric inversions in barley

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SOLANKI I.S. and SHARMA B. – Contribution of progenies segregating for macromutations to the micromutations in lentil (Lens culinaris Medik.)………...


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SRIVASTAVA H.K. and SATPUTE G.K.– Monoterpene essential oil quantitative and qualitative component trait association in Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martinii, Wats)………………………………………………………………………………



21

TEJASWINI and GANESHAIAH K.N.- Pollen competition as a plant breeding tool to realise vigorous progeny: testing the feasibility in Dianthus chinensis Linn.………………………………………………………………………………



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          VENKATAIAH P. and SUBHASH K. – Genotype, explant and medium effects on
          adventitious shoot bud formation and plant regeneration in Capsicum annuum L.

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VENORA G, SONNANTE G., PIGNONE D., INFANTINO A. and PORTA-PUGLIA A.- Genetic analysis of resistance to Ascochyta rabiei in chickpea…….



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VISARADA K.B.R.S., VIJAYA KUMAR C.H.M. and SARMA N.P. – Analysis of variation in tissue culture response for identification of indica rice genotypes suitable for transformation………………………………………………………..



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WOLFF R., ABBOTT L. and PISTORALE S.– Reproductive strategy of Bromus catharticus Vahl (Cebadilla Criolla): Phenotypic plasticity in natural population progenies………………………………………………………………………….



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YADAVA R. and CHAWLA H.S.- Interaction of genotype, growth regulators and amino acids on plant regeneration from different developmental stages of inflorescence in wheat…………………………………………………………….



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YAGOUBI N. and CHRIKI A. – Genetic variation for allozyme marker genes and quantitative traits in natural populations of Hedysarum coronarium L. (Leguminoseae, Fabaceae)………………………………………………………..



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YAGOUBI N., and CHRIKI A. – Mating system of Sulla (Hedisarum coronarium L., Fabaceae), a forage species in North Africa ………………………………….


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YANG Z.J., LI G.R. and REN Z.L.– Identification of a Triticum durum-Secale africanum amphiploid and its crossability with common wheat………………….


45

ZHOU Y. and KENNEDY S. – Flow cytometric ploidy analysis of anther-derived regenerants in Brussels sprouts (Brassica, oleracea var. gemmifera)…………….


223

   

REVIEW PAPERS

 

KOBILJSKI B. and DENČIĆ S. – Global climate change- challenge for breeding and seed production of major field crops…………………………………………


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SHORT COMMUNICATIONS

 

CAPO A., ERRICO A. and CONICELLA C. – Meiotic investigation in Solanum tuberosum haploids………………………………………………………………..


279

CORONA V., GAZZA L., ZANIER R. and POGNA N.E. – A tryptophan-to-arginine change in the tryptophan-rich domain of puroindoline b in five French bread wheat cultivars………………………………………………………



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GALIP N. and ELMACI G. – Eritrocyte potassium polymorphism and relationship with blood parameters in Turkish hair goats………………….………………….


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VELASCO L., FERNΑNDEZ-MARTΝNEZ J.M. and DE HARO A. – Relationship of test weight and seed quality traits in Ethiopian mustard………………………


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BOOK REVIEW…………………………………………………………………….

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VARIA

Aknowledgements of Reviewers…………………………………………………….

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