1 edition of A standardized system of nomenclature for genes governing characters of oats found in the catalog.
A standardized system of nomenclature for genes governing characters of oats
Marr Dixon Simons
by Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington]
Written in English
|Statement||[by M. D. Simons, F. J. Zillinsky, and N. F. Jensen|
|Series||[U.S. Agricultural Research Service] ARS 34-85, ARS 34 -- 85.|
|Contributions||Zillinsky, F. J., Jensen, N. F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
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GradeSaver offers study guides, application and school paper editing services, literature essays, college application essays and writing help. Resistance of the race-specific type derived from alien species probably will be no more durable than that available within the cultivated crop. K. Sadanaga, J. Sebesta, H. ThomasOats: A standardized system of nomenclature for genes and chromosomes and catalogue of genes governing by:
Crown rust of oats (Avena sativa L.), which is caused by Puccinia coronata Cda., is the most widespread and damaging disease of this cereal. The fungus has an almost innumerable array of pathogenic variants, and has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to adapt to constraints imposed by man as control measures. Lexicon Genetics is changing its name to Lexicon Pharmaceuticals to reflect a shift of focus to drug discovery and development. Lexicon has declared its intention to advance 10 drug candidates.
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Simons MD, Martens JW, McKenzie RIH, Nishiyama I, Sadanaga K, Sebesta J, Thomas H () Oats: a standardized system of nomenclature for genes and chromosomes and catalog of genes governing characters. U.S. Dept. of Agric.
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