2 edition of Genes from the wild found in the catalog.
Genes from the wild
Previous ed.: London : International Institute for Environment and Development, 1983.
|Statement||by Robert and Christine Prescott-Allen.|
|Contributions||Prescott-Allen, Christine, 1949-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||111|
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Genes from the Wild describes the growing contribution of wild genetic resources to the production of food and raw materials, describes their characteristics, explains the benefits and problems of using them and outlines the ways in which they are threatened and the Cited by: Genes from the Wild describes the growing contribution of wild genetic resources to the production of food and raw materials, describes their characteristics, explains the benefits and problems of using them and outlines the ways in which they are threatened and the measures being taken to conserve them.
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Wild genetic resources - the heritable characteristics of wild plants. Genes from the Wild describes the growing contribution of wild genetic resources to the production of food and raw materials, describes their characteristics, explains the benefits and problems of using them and outlines the ways in which they are threatened and the measures being taken to conserve them.
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Here we can name the genes a1 and a2, after their mutant alleles. We can represent the heterozygotes as follows, depending on whether the genes.
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gene pair segregate from each other in the formation of gametes; half the gametes carry one allele, and the other half carry the other allele.
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Generally, loss-of-function (null) mutations are found to be recessive. In a wild-type diploid cell, there are two wild-type alleles of a gene, both making normal gene heterozygotes (the crucial genotypes for testing dominance or recessiveness), the single wild-type allele may be able to provide enough normal gene product to produce a wild-type phenotype.
Fruit flies of the genus Drosophila have been an attractive and effective genetic model organism since Thomas Hunt Morgan and colleagues made seminal discoveries with them a century ago.
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Interacting genes in different pathways. A simple, yet striking, example of gene interaction is the inheritance of skin coloration in corn snakes.
The natural color is a repeating black-and-orange camouflage pattern, as shown in Figure phenotype is produced by two separate pigments, both of which are under genetic control. One gene determines the orange pigment, and the alleles that.The lac Structural Genes.
The metabolism of lactose requires two enzymes: a permease to transport lactose into the cell and β-galactosidase to cleave the lactose molecule to yield glucose and galactose (Figure ).Permease and β-galactosidase are encoded by two contiguous genes, Z and Y, respectively.A third gene, the A gene, encodes an additional enzyme, termed transacetylase, but this.Jon Krakauer.
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