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Progress in mutation breeding

Progress in mutation breeding

report of Symposium held on July 16-17, 1981.

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Published by Institute of Radiation Breeding, NIAS MAFF in Ohmiya, Naka, Ibaraki, Japan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant mutation breeding -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesGamma field symposia,, no. 20
    ContributionsHōshasen Ikushujō.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB123 .P7445 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 111 p. :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2977968M
    LC Control Number84227291

    This reduction, however ominous it may seem, has still allowed us to make significant gains in crop yield and quality in recent decades. Small-scale mutations[ edit ] Small-scale mutations affect a gene in one or a few nucleotides. The occurrence of mutations within the genome of plants is rare, and in natural settings can be lethal. It is hard to tell at what rate these occur, because the cellular machinery typically catches these mistakes. It results in increased reactivity of the affected molecules leading to mutations. Science New York, NY

    Carnegie Inst. DFE, as used to determine the relative abundance of different types of mutations i. Synonymous mutations occur due to the degenerate nature of the genetic code. Some crop species are equipped to handle a greater mutational load than others. Today there is a secure and steady supply of rice in Bangladesh, and the country is shifting from being an importer to an exporter of rice.

    Characteristics of mutations 1. About the authors John E. They have a role in direct and indirect actions of ionizing radiations. Mutagen treatment The selected plant part is exposed to the desired mutagen dose. Gamma rays are of shorter wavelength than X-rays and hence are penetrating. China has been experimenting with this theory by sending seeds into space, testing to see if space flights will cause genetic mutations.


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The irradiation of mature pollen allows mutant plants to grow without being in direct contact with gamma radiation. Therefore, research and developmental studies are Progress in mutation breeding book associated to combined techniques including in vitro culture and molecular techniques through mutation breeding.

The first crop species to be mutagenized was barley by LJ Stadler, who began using X-rays to induce mutations independently of Muller at around the same time Stadler,although he published his first Progress in mutation breeding book on the subject the following year.

We depend on recombination and independent assortment of favorable alleles to produce new and unique individuals from which to select and produce the lines that will serve as our cultivars.

He had an adventurous and determined mind in whatever he did; whether good or bad. Their effects are classified as direct and indirect. LD 50 value varies with the crop species and with the mutagen used. A preliminary dose experiment should be performed to define the appropriate dose. HVI measurement, however, is cheap, fast, and highly correlated to yarn and textile performance.

This sort of mutation has been linked to different mutations, such as congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Most of this increase will need to come from bridging the yield gap between what is currently achieved per unit of land and what should be possible in future, given the most appropriate farming methods and storage of food and the availability of suitably adapted cultivars, including adaptation to climate change.

The only one non-ionizing radiation capable of inducing mutations is ultra violet light. LD 50 in that dose of a mutagen which would kill 50 percent of the treated individuals.

Positive mutant identifications should be kept for future selection. It may be evaluated as an alternative to genetically modified plants. For example, most studies of the DFE in viruses used site-directed mutagenesis to create point mutations and measure relative fitness of each mutant. Along with facilitating the creation of these two rice cultivars, the irradiation of mature rice pollen has produced roughly two hundred mutant rice lines.

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Theoretical considerations are also presented to strike the right balance between being as simple as possible but as complex as necessary. Induced mutation Mutations may be artificially induced by a treatment with certain physical Progress in mutation breeding book chemical agents. It would be unwise to place a bucket of seed in Progress in mutation breeding book of an X-ray source and assume all the seeds in the bucket received equivalent doses of radiation.

Free shipping for individuals worldwide Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. MF treatment produced mutagenic results, and has been used to cultivate new mutant varieties of rice and alfalfa. Ionizing radiations such as X-rays and gamma rays have been used for improvement of several crops such as wheat, rice, barley, cotton, tobacco, beans, etc.

Intensity in the case of chemical mutagens may be varied by changing the concentration of mutagens. This book aims to help them in their endeavours by reviewing past achievements, currently successful practices and emerging methods and techniques.

About the authors John E. Ionizing radiation-induced base damages are widely studied by in vitro studies. Although free radicals attack on DNA and cause several DNA damages, they have not been thought to lead lethal and mutagenic results.Get this from a library! Rice breeding with induced mutations III: report of an FAO/IAEA Research Co-ordination Meeting on the Use of Induced Mutations in Rice Breeding, held in New Delhi, India, September, [Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Atomic Energy in Food and Agriculture,;].

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