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The interspecific hybrid, Crepis rubra X C. foetida, and some of its derivatives.

Charles F. Poole

The interspecific hybrid, Crepis rubra X C. foetida, and some of its derivatives.

by Charles F. Poole

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crepis.

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    StatementBy Charles E. Poole.
    SeriesUniversity of California publications in agricultural sciences -- v. 6, no. 9
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [231]-255.
    Number of Pages255
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22939351M
    LC Control Number32000363

    A specific epithet preceded by a hybrid cross sign (×) indicates an interspecific hybrid, a cross between two species from the same genus (example 2). If the × precedes the generic name, this indicates an intergeneric hybrid, a cross between plants of different genera (example 3). Within species several subdivisions can be made: subspecies. An Ovule Culture Technique for Producing Interspecific Lesquerella Hybrids. Pernell Tomasi, David Dierig, and Gail Dahlquist. INTRODUCTION. Lesquerella [Lesquerella fendleri (Gray) Wats., Brassicaceae], is a potential new oilseed crop, producing an unsaturated, hydroxy fatty acid (lesquerolic acid, COH) with properties similar to imported castor oil (Dierig et al. ).

    Crepis foetida subsp. foetida é uma subespécie de planta com flor pertencente à família Asteraceae. [1] [2. Portugal. Trata-se de uma subespécie presente no território português, nomeadamente em Portugal Continental. Em termos de naturalidade é nativa da região atrás indicada. Protecção. Não se encontra protegida por legislação Clado: angiospérmicas. Heat treatment and germination of seeds of interspecific hybrid between American oil palm (Elaeis oleifera (H.B.K) Cortes) and African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.)1Wanderlei Antônio Alves Lima 2*, Ricardo Lopes2, Márcia Green2, Raimundo Nonato Vieira Cunha2, Samuel Campos Abreu 2, Alex Queiroz Cysne2 ABSTRACT – The oil palm (E. guineensis) is the African origin .

    hybridization[‚hībrədə′zāshən] (cell and molecular biology) The production of viable hybrid somatic cells following experimentally induced cell fusion. (genetics) Production of a hybrid by pairing complementary ribonucleic acid and deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) strands. Production of a hybrid by pairing complementary DNA single strands. Fruit dimensions. Where fruits were mature, we assessed fruit dimensions of iana, dora subsp. citriodora and hybrids of the two species. We observed 12 trees of iana, 10 trees of dora subsp. citriodora and 37 hybrid trees with mature fruits at the site during the study. We measured the fruit dimensions of 10 capsules per tree in terms of Cited by: 5.


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The interspecific hybrid, Crepis rubra X C. foetida, and some of its derivatives by Charles F. Poole Download PDF EPUB FB2

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[Charles F Poole]. Get this from a library. The interspecific hybrid, Crepis rubra X C. foetida and some of its derivatives.

Two selfed generations from an amphidiploid hybrid. [Charles F Poole]. Crepis foetida is a European species of flowering plant in the daisy family with the common name stinking hawksbeard. It is widespread across much of Europe and Siberia, as well as being sparingly naturalized in scattered locations in the United States and Australia.

Crepis foetida is an annual, biennial, or perennial herb up to 50 cm (20 inches) tall. One plant can produce as Family: Asteraceae. Interspecific hybrids may surpass traditional varieties in taste, shelf-life, size, texture, nutrition, etc.

Stone fruit, in particular, has a seemingly unending number of interspecific hybrid varieties developed for their flavor and novel appearance: pluots, plumcots, and apriums are all common examples of this phenomenon at work, but there are also nectaplums, peacharines, and Author: Vanessa Richins Myers.

The interspecific hybrid,Crepis rubra × C. foetida, and some of its derivatives. – Google Scholar; — The interspecific hybrid,Crepis rubra × C. foetida, and some of its and some of its derivatives. book. Two selfed generations from an amphidiploid hybrid. Babcock, E.B. Systematics, cytogenetics and evolution in Crepis.

Bot. Rev Cited by: Interspecific Hybrid, Crepis Rubra x C. Foetida, and some of its derivatives. I,The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, University of California Publications in Agricultural Sciences, Volume 6, Number 6: pages with 3 plates and. Poole, C.

A cross of Chelois x Elvira, it is a very productive, cold hardy, crack resistant replacement for Elvira. The berries are high in sugar as well as acidity, and ripen with Concord. Although considered a hybrid by its parentage, the wine has a pronounced labrusca aroma and flavor.

The vine is susceptible to tomato ringspot virus and may need. Our plum and apricot trees are grown on Myrobolan rootstock due to its hardiness and ability to adapt to a wide range of soils.

Myro is shallow rooted, yet well anchored and vigorous. The recommended spacing for this rootstock is 12' between trees and 20' feet between rows. Interspecific hybrid synonyms, Interspecific hybrid pronunciation, Interspecific hybrid translation, English dictionary definition of Interspecific hybrid.

The amphidiploid rustica paniculata hybrid: its origin and The cytology of the species hybrid Allium cepa fistulosum and its polyploid derivatives. Hereditas – CrossRef Google Scholar. Lewis H () The interspecific hybrid, Crepis rubra ×C.

foetida, and some of its derivatives. Univ Calif Publ Agric Sci – Author: Tanvir-Ul-Hassan Dar, Reiaz-Ul Rehman. Crepis: Especie: C. foetida L. Cass. Crepis foetida ye una especie de planta yerbácea perteneciente a la familia de les asteracees.

Tien una distribución cosmopolita una y bones s'atopa n'América, Europa, África, Asia y Australia. Ilustración. Nel so hábitat. Ilustración Descripción.

Ye una Clas: Magnoliopsida. The 12 interspecific hybridization combinations were performed in strawberry. • Five ploidy strawberry hybrids, including 5x, 6x, 8x, 9x and 10x were obtained from six combinations.

Two ploidy hybrids (8x and 10x) were obtained from YH (12x) × F. orientalis (♂) (4x) and their origins were speculated. The cold resistant strawberry hybrids with strong aroma were by: 2. Origin of Polyploidy. The interspecific hybrid, Crepis rubra_C.

foetida, and some of its derivatives. The interspecific hybrid, Crepis rubra x C foetida, and some of its derivatives. The ability of species to produce interspecific hybrid seed is summarized in Table 2.

Hybrid verification was morphological and/or chromosomal (Sorensson ). The genus is highly intercompatible (46%), with 79 combinations producing F 1 interspecific seed, 15 producing abortive seed and 76 incompatible combinations.

Alternatively, to produce an interspecific hybrid that will carry a variety of different genes and which might flower at different times of the year, one could cross hybrids based on different species, such as (C.

gardenii x C. miniata) x (C. caulescens x C. nobilis). Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are Biological classification: Genus.

interspecific hybrid. A hybrid between two species. The hybrid is always identified with an unitalicized ‘×’.

Some Old and New Interspecific Magnolia Hybrids by STEPHEN A. SPONGBERG InJohn Sims described a new variety of the native American sweet-bay, Magnolia virginiana, and presented an illustration of the new plant in Curtis’s Botanical Magazine under t.

(Figure 1). Sims named the plant var. major due to the larger size of its leaves and flowers, and in a brief File Size: KB. Interspecific hybridization barriers play a critical role in the first stage of allopolyploid speciation through HGD because the formation of viable F 1 hybrids that have some degrees of fertility is a prerequisite for the occurrence of allopolyploid speciation (Fig.

Two major classes of hybridization barriers that impede gene flow. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Crepis foetida.

Published online. Accessed May. 21 The Plant List Crepis foetida in The Plant List Version Published on the internet. Accessed: May. Crepis foetida. Missouri Botanical Garden. Published on the internet.

Accessed: May. Vernacular names.Familia: Asteraceae Subfamilia: Cichorioideae Tribus: Cichorieae Subtribus: Crepidinae Genus: Crepis Species: Crepis foetida Subspecies: C.

f. subsp. foetida Name.T. ambiguum x T. repens hybrid was available (Williams et al. ). This hybrid (designated 4 x H) had low fertility (9% pollen viability determined using acetocarmine stain) and was only cross fertile with the T.

repens parent in The development and plant characteristics of interspecific hybrids between white and caucasian clover.