JOURNAL OF
GENETICS&BREEDING
A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO AGRICULTURAL GENETICS

Vol. 56– 2002

ALPHABETIC INDEX

ARABI M.I.E. and NABULSI I. – Durable reistance to net blotch and agronomic performance in barley doubled haploid lines ……………………….………………


145

BHUSHAN B., SINGH K., KAUR S. and Nanda G.S. – Inheritance and allelic relationship of leaf blight resistance gene in three bread wheat varieties in the adult-plant stage…………


69

CAIXETA FRANCO M., ALVES CASSINI S.T., RODRIGUES OLIVEIRA V., CRUZ C.D., VIEIRA C. and TSAI S.M. – Genetic control of nodulation in common bean ……..


171

CHAUDHARY H.K., SINGH S. and SETHI G.S.- Interactive influence of wheat and maize genotypes on the induction of haploids in winter x spring hexaploid wheat hybrids…


259

CHEN Q., CONNER R.L. and AHMAD F. – Genomic in situ hybridization as a means of analysing chromosome pairing in Triticum aestivum x Thinopyrum ponticum hybrids…


237

CHTOUROU-GHORBEL N., LAUGA B.,COMBES D., BEN BRAHIM N. and MARRAKCHI M.- Genetic diversity in selected Lathyrus species revealed by restriction fragment lenght polymorphism (RFLP) markers………………………………………...



279

DEHGHANI H., MOGHADDAM M., GHANNADHA M.R., VALIZADEH M. and TORABI M. – Inheritance of the latent period of stripe rust in wheat ……………………


155

DHALIWAL M.S., KAUR A. and SINGH S. – Genetic analysis and correlations involving populations derived from L. esculentum  x L. pimpinellifolium crosses of tomato

 

HAQUE A. and SHARMA G. – Mutant Brassica juncea lines with reduced linolenic acid

 

HUANG X.Q., GENZBITTEL L., PETITPREZ M. and SARRAFI A. – Genetic control for protoplast division in recombinant inbred lines of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) ……

 

IOVENE M., FRUSCIANTE L. and CARPUTO D. – Shoot regeneration and chromosome doubling in accessions of 2x(1EBN) and 4x(2EBN) wild Solanum species …


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JAMBULKAR S.J. – Growth morphology and inheritance of fasciation mutation in sunflower …………………………………………………………………………………….

 

KALAIYARASI R., PALANISAMY G.A. and VAIDYANATHAN P. – The potentials and scope of utilizing TGMS lines in inter-subspecies crosses of rice (Oryza sativa L.) …


137

KAUR P, DHALIWAL M.S. and SINGH S. – Producing better quality tomato hybrids for processing by exploiting genetic male sterility ………………………………………


9

KENENI G. and JARSO M. – Comparison of three secondary traits as determinants of grain yield in faba bean on waterlogged vertisols……..

 

KHATTAK G.S.S., HAQ M.A., ASHRAF M. and HASSAN S. – Detection of epistasis, and estimation of additive and dominance components of genetic variation for determinate growth habit in mungbean (Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek)  ………………….



1

LEDBETTER C.A. and PALMQUIST D.E. – Evaluation of advanced almond (Prunus amygdalus Batsch) selections relative to the commercial almond cultivars Mission, Nonpareil and Padre. I. Bloom characterisitics …………………………………………….



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LEDBETTER C.A. and PALMQUIST D.E. – Evaluation of advanced almond (Prunus amygdalus Batsch) selections relative to the commercial almond cultivars Mission, Nonpareil and Padre. II. Vegetativeand carpological characteristics  ……………………



43

LI R.B., QIN X.Y., WEI S.M., HUANG F.K., LI Q. and LUO S.Y. – Identification and genetics of resistance against brown planthopper in a derivative of wild rice, Oriza rufipogon Griff


29

MAALOUF F.S., SUSO M.J. and MORENO M.T.- Comparative performance of faba bean synthetics developed from different parental number…………………………………


251

MAHMOOD N. and CHOWDHRY M.A. – Ability of bread wheat genotypes to combine for high yield under varying sowing conditions……………………………………………..


119

MASSARELLI I., GRILLO S.,COSTA A. and LEONE A. – Differential expression of potato calmodulin genes by cold, heat and salt stress……………………………………..

 

MAURIA S., SINGH N.N., BHAT K.V. and LAKHANPAUL S.- Assessment of genetic variation in Indian maize inbreds using RAPD markers …………………………………..


15

MELCHIORRE P., BARTOLONI N. and CAMUSSI A. – Assessment of genetic differences among late landraces from the Argentine northwestern collection of maize (Zea mays ssp. Mays) …………………………………………………………………………..



61

MINELLI S. and CIONINI P.G.- Seed storage proteins in selected genotypes of Vicia faba L.: content, composition and environmental influence………………………………..


287

MIRALI N. – Cluster analysis of Syrian grown bread wheat genotypes based on gliadin composition ………………………………………………………………………………..


177

NEGRI V. and TOSTI N. – Genetic diversity within a common bean landrace of potential economic value:its relevance for on-farm conservation and product certification ………


113

OAK M.D., TAMHANKAR S.A., RAO V.S. and BHOSALE S.B. – Allelic variation at Glu-1, Glu-3 and Gli-B1 loci in Indian durum wheats………


185

OAK M.D., TAMHANKAR S.A., RAO V.S. and BHOSALE S.B.- Polymorphism of gluten proteins in Indian dicoccum wheat (Triticum turgidum ssp. Dicoccum) revealed by SDS and Acid-PAGE …………………………………………………………………………



245

ÖZGEN M. and BIRSIN M.A. – Callus induction and plant regeneration from immature and endosperm-supported mature embryos of winter oat (Avena sativa L.) ………………

 

PUSHPAVALLI S.N.C.V.L., SUDAN C., MOHAMMADI S.A., NAIR S.K., PRASANNA B.M., GADAG R.N. and SINGH N.N.- Analysis of simple sequence repeat  (SSR) polymorphism in the Indian maize inbred lines……………………………………………



229

RONGBAI L. and PANDEY M.P. – Genetic improvement of features for hybrid seed production and self seed multiplication of thermosensitive genic male sterile lines in rice  


89

ROSELLI G., PETRUCCELLI R., POLSINELLI L. and CAVALIERI D. – Variability in five Tuscan olive cultivars (Olea europaea L.)…… ………………………………………


51

STOILOVA T.B. – Biochemical diagnostics of Aegilops geniculata Roth chromosomes in homoeologous group 3 of the wheat…………………………………………………………

 

TEFERA H. – Inheritance of morphological and agronomic traits in tef (Eragrostis tef)

 

TRIFI-FARAH N. and MARRAKCHI M. – Intra- and interspecific genetic variability in Hedysarum revealed by rDNA-RFLP markers …………………………………………….


127

UDE G.N., COSTA J.M., KENWORTHY W.J., SARDANELLI S. and CREGAN P.B. – AFLP markers associated with a QTL for resistance to soybean cyst nematode race-3 (Heterodera glycines Ichinohe)……………… ……………………………………………



213

VAIDYA K.R. and JAIN S.K. – Genetic variation in amaranth landraces from India …

193

VERMA O.P., SANTOSHI U.S. and SRIVASTAVA H.K. – Heterosis and inbreeding depression in half diallel crosses involving diverse ecotypes of rice (Oryza sativa L.) I. For yield and its contributing components ………………………………………………………



267

VERMA O.P., SANTOSHI U.S. and SRIVASTAVA H.K.- Heterosis and inbreeding depression for yield and certain physiological traits in hybrids involving diverse ecotypes of rice (Oryza sativa L.)…………………………………………………………………



205

WATANABE N. and IMAMURA I. – Inheritance and chromosomal location of a gene for long glume phenotype in Triticum petropavlovski  Udacz. et Migusch. …………………


221

WILLIAMS W.P., DAVIS F.M., WINDHAM G.L. and BUCKLEY P.M. – Southwestern corn borer damage and aflatoxin accumulation in a diallel cross of maize  ……………


165

XU Z., ZHANG A., LIU D., GUO X. and ZHANG S. – The heterosis for kernel weight of main spike and its relation to genetic diversity revealed by RAPD markers in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) ……………………



107

YAMAGISHI M. – Gametoclonal variation in anther culture-derived rice plants.II. Segregation of mutated plants at the first progeny generation……………………………..

 

YE G., MCNEIL D.L. and HILL G.D. – Minor genes are involved in Ascochyta blight resistance in lentils ……………………………………………………………………….


21

ZEHDI S., TRIFI M., OULD MOHAMED SALEM A., RHOUMA A. and MARRAKCHI M. – Survey of inter simple sequence repeat polymorphisms in Tunisian date palms (Phoenix dactylifera L.) ……………………………………………………..



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SHORT COMMUNICATIONS

 

FAMBRINI M., SALVINI M., BERTINI D. and PUGLIESI C. – Genetic characterization and pigment content of two chlorotica mutants isolated from in vitro regenerated plants of sunflower (Helianthus anuus L.) ……………………………………

 

SINGH I.P. and LAL S.S. – Inheritance of resistance to podfly in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.) ……………………………………………………………………………..


85

 

VARIA

 

LUPOTTO E. – Meeting report on Dissemination Conference of Current European Research on Rice (RicEUconf QLKS-CT2001-30249)… ………………………………..


295

ERRATUM…………………………………………………………………………………….

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