Cucurbit genetics cooperative - report no. 19 - usda ars

In the case of dominance, the all pistillate and ... phenotypes in a codominant model are expressed as 1 (aa), 0.5 (aa) and 0. 122 pages
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CGC 19 (1996)1996toc.html[6/28/2018 11:36:07 AM]Cucurbit Genetics CooperativeReport No. 19July 1996Table of Contents (article titles linked to html files)IntroductionComments from the CGC Coordinating CommitteeComments from the CGC Gene List CommitteeComments from the CGC Gene Curators19th Annual CGC Business Meeting (1995)U.S. Cucurbit Crop Germplasm Committee (CCGC) Update1996 Watermelon Research Group MeetingPickling Cucumber Improvement Committee (PCIC)Proceedings from Cucurbitaceae '94 and Cucurbitaceae '96"Melon" Now Accepted by USDACGC's Move to the World Wide WebCorrigendumCucumber (Cucumis sativus)1. An Induced Mutation in Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.): Super compactK. Niemirowicz-Szczytt, M. Rucinska and A. Korzeniewska (Poland)CGC 19:1-3 (1996)2. Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) Mutants Segregating in M2 Generation after Gamma-ray Seed and PollenIrradiationO. Kawaide, S. Matsuura and S. Iida (Japan)CGC 19:4-6 (1996)3. Lost InformationJ.E. Staub (USA)CGC 19:7-9 (1996)4. Environm...