geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Comparison of the mutagenic effect of ionizing radiations and chemical agents in T. durum Desf


, : Comparison of the mutagenic effect of ionizing radiations and chemical agents in T. durum Desf. Atti Assoc. genet, ital, publ. 1963. 8: 279-302

Further observations were made on the cultivars Aziziah, Cappelli and Russello; the effects of ethyl methanesulphonate and diethyl sulfate were tested on the first two. No difference between the cultivars was observed in the frequency of chlorophyll mutations. Their frequency was 2-21 times greater in the M2 from thermal neutrons than in that from X rays.

US$29.90


Other references

Van Bergeijk, W.A., 1967: The evolution of vertebrate hearing. Contributions to Sensory Physiology 2: 1-49

Takaoka, H.; Sigit, S.H., 1997: Three new black fly species of Simulium (Diptera: Simuliidae) from Sumatra, Indonesia. Simulium (Gomphostilbia) padangense sp. nov., S. (S.) sumatraense sp. nov. and S. (S.) minangkabaum sp. nov. are described, based on females, males, pupae and mature larvae collected from West Sumatra, Indonesia. S. padangense is unique within the...

Ramenskii, L.G., 1956: Ecological evaluation of forage areas according to plant cover.. Following a preliminary account of fundamental methods for the ecological evaluation of plants in meadows and pastures, the work continues with: (1) a general introduction on ecological laws concerning vegetation, with special reference to associa...

Zhou, J.; Li, J.; Du, X.; Xu, B., 2017: Supramolecular biofunctional materials. This review discusses supramolecular biofunctional materials, a novel class of biomaterials formed by small molecules that are held together via noncovalent interactions. The complexity of biology and relevant biomedical problems not only inspire,...

Mosquera Losada, M.R.; Rigueiro Rodriguez, A.; Lopez Diaz, M.L.; Rodriguez Barreira, S., 2001: Effect of shading and sowing period on the establishment and production of different pasture species. A study was conducted to evaluate the effect of simulated shading (50% of total incident radiation) and the period of sowing (spring and autumn) on the production and establishment of the following pasture species: Lolium multiflorum cv. Tetilla,...

Cossmann, M., 1916: Le barremien superieur a facies urgonien de Brouzet-les-Alais (Gard). Part. II. Complement de l'etude paleontologique des gise ments de Brouzet. Mollusques (Gastropodes et Pelecypodes). Memoires de la Societe Geologique de France Paleontolologie, 21(No. 51: 10-43

Barborini, M.; Guidoni, L., 2016: Ground State Geometries of Polyacetylene Chains from Many-Particle Quantum Mechanics. Due to the crucial role played by electron correlation, the accurate determination of ground state geometries of π-conjugated molecules is still a challenge for many quantum chemistry methods. Because of the high parallelism of the algorithms and...

Cho, Y-Sook.; Kim, E-Joo.; Park, U-Hyun.; Sin, H-Sig.; Um, S-Jong., 2006: Additional sex comb-like 1 (ASXL1), in cooperation with SRC-1, acts as a ligand-dependent coactivator for retinoic acid receptor. Additional sex comb-like 1 (ASXL1, 170 kDa), a mammalian homolog of Drosophila ASX, was identified as a protein that interacts with retinoic acid receptor (RAR) in the presence of retinoic acid (RA). Systematic binding assays showed that the C-ter...

Gogolitsyn Y.L.; Pakhomov S.V., 1985: Neurophysiological possibilities of studying evoked changes in the frequency of neuronal discharges by breaking them down into their components. Neurophysiological bases of breaking down neuronal responses of the human brain into components were discussed. New nonparametric methods of identification, juxtaposition and evaluation of the importance of evoked changes in discharge frequency us...

Koref-Santibanez, S., 1972: Courtship behavior in the semispecies of the superspecies Drosophila paulistorum. Evolution 26 (1) 108-115