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Meiosis, pollination and incompatibility in Barlett and Seckel pears

Hayati Olez

Meiosis, pollination and incompatibility in Barlett and Seckel pears

by Hayati Olez

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    Subjects:
  • Pear -- Pollination.,
  • Pear -- Genetics.

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    Statementby Hayati Olez.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages48
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    Open LibraryOL14331805M

    Meiosis occurs in the anthers and ovary of the angiosperms. Meiosis helps in the formation of spores in plants. The pollen mother cell in the anthers undergoes meiosis to haploid microspores. The megasporocyte in the ovule divides by meiosis to form mega spores. The anthers produce pollen grains, the male gametes by both mitosis and meiosis. Seckel and Bartlett do not pollinate each other; therefore, they will need another variety for pollination to occur. Thinning & Harvest - In order to produce large fruit and prevent branches from breaking, the fruit will need to be thinned before mid-summer. One pear should be left per cluster and the clusters should be approximately 6 inches apart.

    Meiosis and sexual reproduction each lead to variation in the genetic make-up of every person. With your group, explain how meiotic events, as well as the random fertilization of eggs and sperm, together lead to this genetic variation. Title: 17 Meiosis-S Created Date. a. self-pollinate. c. assort independently. b. cross-pollinate. d. segregate. ANS: A DIF: 1 OBJ: 4. What is the probability that the offspring of a homozygous dominant individual and a homozygous recessive individual will exhibit the dominant phenotype? a. c. b. d. ANS: D DIF: 1 OBJ: 5. True-breeding pea plants alwaysFile Size: KB.

    What will be the proportion of abnormal products from that meiosis? %. Who discovered the AcDs transposable elements in maize? Barbara McClintock. A corn plant is homozygous for a mutant allele that results in no pigment in the seed (i.e., white). The mutant is caused by Ds insertion that often exists late in seed development, when there is.   Perry or pear wine of good quality can be made from pears, such as Bartlett, with high tannin contents. Sugars. The Asian pears have sweet to sweet tart taste and a fragrant aroma, having 15% natural sugar, although 9–12% is the most typical. Pear contains three major sugars, namely sucrose, glucose, and fructose (Kadam et al.,


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MEIOSIS, POLLINATION AND INCOMPATIBILITY IN BARTLETT AND SECKEL PEARS by HAYATI OLEZ A THESIS submitted to OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE June Meiosis in Bartlett and Seckel pears occurred normally with the exception of two per cent of pollen mother cells showing chromosome lagging and bridges at anaphase I in Seckel, Cross-pollination of Bartlett with Seckel yielded no fruit in Corvallis, low in Medford and in Hood : Bartlett and Seckel Pears.

eties to cause effective pollination fruit set. Bartlett Seckel are Most other pear varieties are cross-compatible. Mag-ness and Alexander Lucus do not produce good pollen. carry pollen from one variety to the other. Bees fly at temperatures above 65° F.

In some springs, the during bloom may never rise above 65°. Due to bee inactivity, little cross-pollination will occur.

Meiosis produces four genetically different haploid cells. Mitosis. Cells produced by mitosis have the same number of chromosomes and alleles as the original cell.

Mitosis allows an organism to grow and replace cells. Some organisms reproduce asexually by mitosis. Meiosis. Cells produced by meiosis have half the number of chromosomes as the. meiosis. Microsporogenesis in Lily In plants, meiosis results in the formation of spores.

In flowering plants, spores (specifically microspores) are produced in the anthers of flowers. These spores mature into pollen grains. Meiosis in the anthers of lily is outlined in lessons, available on the computer on the side bench, and also on the.

The key to successful cross-pollination of pear trees is choosing varieties that bloom at the same time. Anjou, Kieffer, and Bartlett are self-pollinating but they will produce more fruit if paired with another of the same kind.

You can intermix these varieties and still get. (a) Construct a diagram below to depict the four possible normal products of meiosis that would be produced by the F 1 progeny.

Show the chromosomes and the allele(s) they carry. Assume the genes are located on different chromosomes and the gene for flower color is on chromosome 1. (1 point) Construct diagram (1 point). Meiosis I. Cells enter meiosis from G2 (2N, 4c). Meiosis I is a reductional division of the nucleus.

After meiosis I, each nucleus contains 1N and 2c. Meiosis I also includes recombination of chromosomes and the first instance of independent assortment.

Homologous chromosomes are segregated. incompatibility locus (S) locus in European (S anzol et al. ) and Asian pears (Sassa and HiranoUshijima et al.Ishimizu et al.Kim et al.

PCR-RFLP and. Meiosis, as a kind of understatement, names one of the two principle means of communicating through irony (the other being overstatement — see hyperbole, below).

litotes Like meiosis, litotes is also a kind of deliberate understatement. However, this term more often names understatement done by denying something contrary to what one means. Gametogenesis Why are new combinations good for a species. Spermatogenesis Meiosis Meiosis Phases of Meiosis Cells undergo a round of DNA replication, forming duplicate chromosomes.

Interphase Phases of Meiosis Each chromosome pairs with its corresponding homologous. In meiosis, as in transformation, the central step (step 2) is the intimate alignment of non-sister homologous chromosomes followed by genetic recombination. In bacteria, recombination between non-sister homologous chromosomes is catalyzed by the RecA protein, Cited by: In the last 5 years 18 S-RNase alleles have been cloned from European pear (Pyrus communis L.).The annotation of the S-RNase alleles that have been cloned from European pear (Pyrus communis L.) was not consistent, and they were named both by letters and by addition crosses between European and Japanese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia Nakai) for breeding purposes created the need to Cited by: Most apple pollination occurs through cross-pollination; however, some cultivars have been reported to self-pollinate.

Most apple cultivars have a gametophytic self incompatibility (GSI) system; however, others are semi compatible, or fully self compatible. The most common insect pollinator of apple is the honey bee.

Meiosis produces eggs and sperm that are alike. Meiosis provides for chromosomal variation in the gametes produced by an organism. Equal numbers of eggs and sperm are produced by meiosis. The gametes produced by meiosis ensure the continuation of any. The extent of material that had to be examined in the cytological evaluation of 40 varieties of the Czechoslovak basic assortment of pears made it necessary to work out a new, rapid method of investigation.

This method makes it possible to obtain permanent sections from about anthers within three days. During the first day, a total of three series can be imbedded in paraffin wax and each Cited by: 1. Magnum has an upright plant habit with strong, vigorous growth. It is a variety well adapted to growing in both soil and substrate culture, with no particular disease susceptibilities of concern.

Plant Supply. Bloom season: mid-late; about a month after Spalding, but about a week before 'Seckel'. Pollination: Good pollen for other cultivars. Needs a pollinizer. Diseases: Resistant to fireblight. In an epiphytotic year about 60% of the tree was killed, but it recovered. Resistant to pear leafspot.

Which of the following explains how the processes involved in meiosis increase variation in a species? A. The gametes of asexually-reproducing organisms automatically reshuffle during meiosis, creating genetic variation in their offspring.

B. The gametes of asexually-reproducing organisms undergoing meiosis always contain mutations, creating.b. one of the two sperm in a pollen tube fertilizes the single egg in a female gametophyte, while the other fuses with the two nuclei present in the central cell.

c. two sperm, on contributed by each of two different pollen tubes, fertilize two egg cells in a single female gametophyte. d.Judibell has an exceptionally late season with 50% harvest typically 35 days later than Elsanta.

This late cropping is the result of Judibell having an extended period of dormancy. In most seasons the plants remain dormant until mid-May in southern England.