electrophoretic characterization of gynoecious and

An ACC Oxidase Gene Essential for Cucumber Carpel

Ethylene is the most important plant hormone controlling cucumber determination Here we report that CsACO2 encoding an ACC oxidase is necessary for flower determination CsACO2 might cooperate with CsACS11 the A gene to provide the ethylene required for carpel development We show that CsACO2 is likely a direct target of CsWIP1 the ortholog of the CmWIP1 encoded by G gene in

II International Symposium on Cucurbits

electrophoretic variation for seed protein of muskmelon genotypes (s v sawant t a more) isolation of parthenocarpic tropical gynoecious lines in cucumber (cucumis sativus) (t a more c d budgujar) development and exploitation of tropical gynoecious lines in f 1 hybrid of cucumber (t a more)

International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied

352 Shailaja Punetha Basavaraj Makanur Deepali Tewari and Parul Punetha Electrophoretic Characterization of Gynoecious and Monoecious Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L ) Genotypes Based on Seed Protein Profiles Int J Curr Microbiol App Sci 2018 7(10): 3021-3029

Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative

Electrophoretic comparison of six species of Cucumis J E Staub R S Kupper and T C Wehner (USA) CGC 7:27-30 (1984) 14 Effect of end borders on plot yield of once-over harvested pickling and fresh-market cucumbers T C Wehner (USA) CGC 7:31-32 (1984) 15 Variation for yield within locations in homogeneous and heterogeneous cucumber populations

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Characterization of horse populations by blood polymorphisms IV Electrophoretic separation of four blood proteins Annali della Facolta di Medicina Veterinaria di Pisa 31: 235-241 (1978) Characterization of human breast milk macrophages cytostatic for human cell lines

Here we report molecular characterization of a new multigene family of α-toxins comprising 13 members (named MeuNaTxα-1 to MeuNaTxα-13) from the scorpion Mesobuthus eupeus Of them five native toxins (MeuNaTxα-1 to -5) were purified to homogeneity from the venom and the solution structure of MeuNaTxα-5 was solved by nuclear magnetic

Protein Electrophoresis Immunofixation Electrophoresis

Protein electrophoresis is typically performed on serum (the fluid portion of blood) urine samples or in certain circumstances cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) Serum is obtained by collecting a blood sample by inserting a needle into a vein Urine samples may either be collected as a random sample (not timed) or a 24-hour urine sample CSF is collected by a spinal tap (also known as lumbar puncture

Identification of a constitutive 45 kDa soluble protein

Dec 01 1992Analysis by sodium dodecylsulphate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of the soluble proteins extracted from muskmelon (Cucumis melo L ) inbred line PI 124111F (PI) with resistance to Pseudoperonospora cubensis (Berk et Curt )Rost and two susceptible cvs Hemed and AnanasYokneam revealed the presence of a unique 45 kDa protein (P45) in the resistant but not in

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Jan 01 2018Characterization of the endogenous enzymatic hydrolyses of Petroselinum crispum glycosides: determined by chromatography upon their sugar and flavonoid products PubMed Boldizsr Imre Fzfai Zsfia Molnr-Perl Ibolya 2013-06-07 The behavior of the flavonoid diglycosides relevant constituents of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) fruit (PFr) and leaf (PLe) samples was characterized

Electrophoresis Types and Applications

the electrophoretic mobilities of ions are higher in the hot center of the gel plate than at the cooler lateral sides Gel medium The gel medium prevents diffusion and thermal con-vection of the zones and serves as a molecular sieve Two gel types are employed: agarose and polyacryla-mide gels Agarose gels are used as thick layers in

Retracted: An enhanced transient expression system in

Cuiwei Wang Mads Mller Dissing Niels Agerbirk Christoph Crocoll Barbara Ann Halkier Characterization of Arabidopsis CYP79C1 and CYP79C2 by Glucosinolate Pathway Engineering in Nicotiana benthamiana Shows Substrate Specificity Toward a Range of Aliphatic and Aromatic Amino Acids Frontiers in Plant Science 10 3389/fpls 2020 00057 11

Photoperiod and Hormones

Irving RM (1969) Characterization and role of an endogenous inhibitor in the induction of cold hardiness in Acer negundo Plant Physiol 44: 801–805 PubMed Google Scholar Irving RM Lanphear FO (1967) The long-day leaf as a source of cold-hardiness inhibitors

Glossary of Genetics and Cytogenetics: Classical and

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Other genes that affect expression are gy for gynoecious (Kubicki 1974) m-2 for andromonoecious (Kubicki 1974) and Tr for trimonoecious expression (Kubicki 1969d) Cucumbers typically considered day-neutral plants have occasionally been shown to express sensitivity to long days

Cucurbit Genetics Cooperative

Electrophoretic comparison of six species of Cucumis J E Staub R S Kupper and T C Wehner (USA) CGC 7:27-30 (1984) 14 Effect of end borders on plot yield of once-over harvested pickling and fresh-market cucumbers T C Wehner (USA) CGC 7:31-32 (1984) 15 Variation for yield within locations in homogeneous and heterogeneous cucumber populations

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Revisions to the 2010 cucumber gene list include the addition of Ch for chilling resistance in seedlings (Kozik and Wehner 2006 2008) and tf for twin fused fruit (Klosinka et al 2006) Researchers are encouraged to send reports of new genes as well as seed samples to the cucumber gene curators (Yiqun Weng and Todd C Wehner) Please inform us of omissions or errors in the gene list

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Other genes that affect expression are gy for gynoecious (Kubicki 1974) m-2 for andromonoecious (Kubicki 1974) and Tr for trimonoecious expression (Kubicki 1969d) Cucumbers typically considered day-neutral plants have occasionally been shown to express sensitivity to long days

Retracted: An enhanced transient expression system in

Cuiwei Wang Mads Mller Dissing Niels Agerbirk Christoph Crocoll Barbara Ann Halkier Characterization of Arabidopsis CYP79C1 and CYP79C2 by Glucosinolate Pathway Engineering in Nicotiana benthamiana Shows Substrate Specificity Toward a Range of Aliphatic and Aromatic Amino Acids Frontiers in Plant Science 10 3389/fpls 2020 00057 11

Journal Articles (refereed by year then author

Electrophoretic variation and enzyme storage stability in cucumber J Amer Soc Hort Sci 110: 426-431 Effect of gynoecious expression on yield and earliness of a fresh-market cucumber hybrid J Amer the principal American watermelon cultivar and genetic characterization of 1 365 accessions in the U S National Plant Germplasm

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Characterization of horse populations by blood polymorphisms IV Electrophoretic separation of four blood proteins Annali della Facolta di Medicina Veterinaria di Pisa 31: 235-241 (1978) Characterization of human breast milk macrophages cytostatic for human cell lines

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Zhou XH Wan HJ Qian CT Chen JF (2008) Development and characterization of Cucumis sativus-hystrix introgression lines exhibiting resistance to downy mildew Cucurbitaceae 2008 Proceedings of the IXth EUCARPIA meeting on genetics and breeding of Cucurbitaceae M Pitrat (ed) INRA Avignon France May 21–5 pp 353–358

Melon: Cucumis melo L

Jan 01 1993Melon is a member of the genus Cucumis subtribe Cucumerinae tribe Melothrieae subfamily Cucurbitoideae family Cucurbitaceae 113 The genus Cucumis is divided into two subgenera: 112 Cucumis (C sativus L C hystrix Chakr ) and Melo (Miller) C Jeffrey The subgenus Melo is divided into four groups: 'metuliferus' represented by one species C metuliferus Naud 'anguria

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