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What Can We Learn About Adaptation from the Wing Pattern Genetics of Heliconius Butterflies?

By: Chris D. Jiggins. In: Diversity and Evolution of Butterfly Wing Patterns : An Integrative Approach. :173-188; Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2017. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Heliconius wing patterns are an adaptive trait under strong selection in the wild. They are also amenable to genetic studies and have been the focus of evolutionary genetic analysis for many year...


Body Lice: From the Genome Project to Functional Genomics and Reverse Genetics

By: B. R. Pittendrigh; J. M. Clark; S. H. Lee; K. S. Yoon; W. Sun; L. D. Steele; K. M. Seong. In: Short Views on Insect Genomics and Proteomics : Insect Genomics, Vol.1. :1-18; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

In 2010, the initial annotations of the genomes of the body louse (Pediculus humanus humanus Linnaeus) and its primary endosymbiont, “Candidatus Riesia pediculicola,” were completed. The body lou...


Domestication and Genetics: What a Comparison Between Land and Aquatic Species Can Bring?

By: Fabrice Teletchea. In: Evolutionary Biology: Biodiversification from Genotype to Phenotype. :389-401; Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Domestication , which is by definition a long and endless process, was one of the most significant cultural and evolutionary transitions of human history. In land, the domestication of animals st...


Next Generation Sequencing Enabled Genetics in Hexaploid Wheat

By: Ricardo H. Ramirez-Gonzalez; Vanesa Segovia; Nicholas Bird; Mario Caccamo; Cristobal Uauy. In: Advances in Wheat Genetics: From Genome to Field : Proceedings of the 12th International Wheat Genetics Symposium. :201-209; Tokyo : Springer Japan, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) is providing new methodologies to improve and complement traditional genetic approaches. These strategies, collectively termed NGS-enabled genetics, consist of id...


Biosynthesis and Molecular Genetics of Peptaibiotics—Fungal Peptides Containing Alpha, Alpha-Dialkyl Amino Acids

By: Xiao-Yan Song; Bin-Bin Xie; Xiu-Lan Chen; Yu-Zhong Zhang. In: Biosynthesis and Molecular Genetics of Fungal Secondary Metabolites, Volume 2. :235-252; New York, NY : Springer New York, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Peptaibiotics are peptide secondary metabolites rich in alpha, alpha-dialkyl amino acids from filamentous fungi, especially the members of the genus Trichoderma (anamorph of Hypocrea). In contras...


Variation, Genetics, and Evolution of the Primate Craniofacial Complex

By: Richard J. Sherwood; Dana L. Duren. In: Genome Mapping and Genomics in Human and Non-Human Primates. :259-275; Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The primate craniofacial complex is characterized by tremendous variation in size and configuration. This variation has played an important role in evolutionary inquiries, as the craniofacial ske...


Genetics of Cardiovascular Disease in Minority Populations

By: Jean W. MacCluer; John Blangero; Anthony G. Comuzzie; Sven O. E. Ebbesson; Barbara V. Howard; Shelley A. Cole. In: Genome Mapping and Genomics in Human and Non-Human Primates. :155-179; Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a growing health problem in many minority populations , including Mexican Americans , American Indians , and Alaskan Eskimos . In studies of extended families in t...


Genetics of Flower Development

By: K. V. Krishnamurthy; Bir Bahadur. In: Plant Biology and Biotechnology : Volume I: Plant Diversity, Organization, Function and Improvement. :385-407; New Delhi : Springer India, 2015. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The flower is a unique feature of flowering plants. Recent research on molecular biology has indicated that a flower is the result of expression and interplay of several genes operating in a sequ...


Plant Genetics for Study of the Roles of Root Exudates and Microbes in the Soil

By: Aparna Deshpande; Ana Clara Pontaroli; Srinivasa R. Chaluvadi; Fang Lu; Jeffrey L. Bennetzen. In: Root Genomics. :99-111; Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The rhizosphere contains a great variety of microbial organisms, at least partly in response to the large quantities of organic compounds that are actively exuded by plant roots. The roles of the...


Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD): Using Genetics and Genomics to Investigate Infectious Disease in an Endangered Marsupial

By: Hannah S. Bender. In: Marsupial Genetics and Genomics. :499-515; Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2010. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii), so named for its blood-curdling, nocturnal shrieks and snarls, is the largest of the carnivorous marsupials. Although once widely persecuted, concerted...


Marsupial Population and Conservation Genetics

By: Mark D. B. Eldridge. In: Marsupial Genetics and Genomics. :461-497; Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2010. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Recent technological advances have resulted in a dramatic renaissance of population genetics and its application to species ecology and conservation. This review summarizes the progress made in a...


Marsupial Genetics Reveals Insights into Evolution of Mammalian X Chromosome Inactivation

By: Shafagh Al Nadaf; Paul D. Waters; Janine E. Deakin; Jennifer A. Marshall Graves. In: Marsupial Genetics and Genomics. :259-280; Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2010. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

X chromosome inactivation (X-inactivation; XCI) in mammals equalizes X gene dosage between XX females and XY males. It is the prime example of epigenetic repression on a grand scale. This regulat...


Tools and Recent Progress in Studying Gene Flow and Population Genetics of the Bemisia tabaci Sibling Species Group

By: Margarita Hadjistylli; Judith K. Brown; George K. Roderick. In: Bemisia: Bionomics and Management of a Global Pest. :69-103; Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 2009. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The use of molecular markers in the Bemisia tabaci complex has been a definitive step in identifying the enormous genetic diversity hidden behind the morphological likeness among its members (see...


Oil Crop Breeding and Genetics

By: Johann Vollmann; Istvan Rajcan. In: Oil Crops. :1-30; New York, NY : Springer New York, 2009. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks


Bridging Traditional and Molecular Genetics in Modifying Cottonseed Oil

By: Qing Liu; Surinder Singh; Kent Chapman; Allan Green. In: Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. :353-382; New York, NY : Springer US, 2008. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Cotton breeding has traditionally focused on improving crop productivity and fiber quality. While this is still the major objective, there is increased interest in improving the nutritional and f...


Bridging Classical and Molecular Genetics of Cotton Fiber Quality and Development

By: Peng W. Chee; B. Todd Campbell. In: Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. :283-311; New York, NY : Springer US, 2008. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Cotton is the single most important natural fiber in the world and represents a vital agricultural commodity in the global economy. Ninety percent of cotton’s value resides in the lint fiber. Cot...


Bridging Classical and Molecular Genetics of Cotton Disease Resistance

By: Robert J. Wright; Chen Niu; Bay Nguyen. In: Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. :313-336; New York, NY : Springer US, 2008. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Understanding the series of events that causes a symptomatic disease response brings to light the relationship between a pathogen and its host. More than 50 bacteria, fungi, virus, and nematodes ...


Bridging Classical and Molecular Genetics of Abiotic Stress Resistance in Cotton

By: Yehoshua Saranga; Andrew H. Paterson; Avishag Levi. In: Genetics and Genomics of Cotton. :337-352; New York, NY : Springer US, 2008. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The effect on abiotic stress on productivity of crop plants and particularly cotton is discussed (section 1) with an emphasis on water stress, the major abiotic stress factor (section 2). Plant r...


Genetics, Genomics, and Biological Resources in the Medaka, Oryzias latipes

By: Kiyoshi Naruse. In: Medaka : A Model for Organogenesis, Human Disease, and Evolution. :19-37; Tokyo : Springer Japan. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Oryzias latipes, also known as the medaka or Japanese killifish, has long been considered one of the most powerful animal models in the field of genetics. The Japanese researchers Toyama and Ishi...


Human Population Genetics Meets Medaka

By: Hiroki Oota; Hiroshi Mitani. In: Medaka : A Model for Organogenesis, Human Disease, and Evolution. :339-350; Tokyo : Springer Japan. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

A significant feature of Medaka (Oryzias latipes) is its well-known genetic, morphological and physiological diversity. Population studies of medaka have shown that it is a promising candidate fo...


Rice Genetics and Genomics Information as the Ultimate Tool for Rice Improvement

By: Takuji Sasaki; Jianzhong Wu; Takashi Matsumoto. In: Biotechnology and Sustainable Agriculture 2006 and Beyond : Proceedings of the 11th IAPTC&B Congress, August 31-18, 2006 Beijing, China. :475-485; Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

With the completion of the genome sequence, rice has become a very valuable crop not only in agriculture but also in basic and applied research. Accompanying this historical achievement, fundamen...


The Maize Root System: Morphology, Anatomy, and Genetics

By: Frank Hochholdinger. In: Handbook of Maize: Its Biology. :145-160; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Maize root system architecture is determined by distinct embryonic and postembryonic root types that are formed during different phases of development. While embryonically preformed roots dominat...


East, Emerson, and the Birth of Maize Genetics

By: Ed Coe. In: Handbook of Maize : Genetics and Genomics. :3-15; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

fter the rediscovery of Mendel's work, acceptance and incorporation of the principles of heredity was natural to those whose interests were in agricultural advance. This chapter examines the circ...


The Genetics and Biochemistry of Maize Zein Storage Proteins

By: Rebecca S. Boston; Brian A. Larkins. In: Handbook of Maize : Genetics and Genomics. :715-730; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Zeins, the most abundant proteins in the maize seed, have been studied for over 100 years. We have learned a great deal about the structure, synthesis and genetic regulation of these proteins, ma...


Transposon Resources for Forward and Reverse Genetics in Maize

By: Donald R. McCarty; Robert B. Meeley. In: Handbook of Maize : Genetics and Genomics. :561-584; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

The maize geneticists toolkit includes an impressive set of strategies for creating mutations that facilitate identifying genes based on phenotypes (forward genetics) and/or assigning phenotypes ...


Basic Genetics

In: Statistical Genetics of Quantitative Traits : Linkage, Maps, and QTL. :1-23; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

There have been enormous advances in the science of genetics. A huge amount of information regarding the precise molecular mechanisms of genetic transmission from parent to offspring is becoming ...


Avocado Genetics and Breeding

By: E. Lahav; U. Lavi. In: Breeding Plantation Tree Crops: Tropical Species. :247-285; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks


Genetics and Biochemistry of Insect Resistance in Maize

By: Michael D. McMullen; Monika Frey; Jörg Degenhardt. In: Handbook of Maize: Its Biology. :271-289; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Insects are a major concern for maize production worldwide. Host plant resistance to insects involves a number of chemical and biochemical factors that limit, but rarely eliminate insect damage. ...


Petunia as a Model System for the Genetics and Evolution of Pollination Syndromes

By: Thomas Gübitz; Maria Elena Hoballah; Alexandre Dell’Olivo; Cris Kuhlemeier. In: Petunia : Evolutionary, Developmental and Physiological Genetics. :29-49; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

In recent years Petunia has become a promising model system for studying the genetics and evolution of pollination syndromes. Here we provide a brief introduction to the issue of pollination synd...


A Primer on Genetics, Genomics and Plant Breeding

By: Wilfred Vermerris. In: Genetic Improvement of Bioenergy Crops. :43-74; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks


The Birth of Maize Molecular Genetics

By: L. Curtis Hannah; Drew Schwartz. In: Handbook of Maize : Genetics and Genomics. :53-62; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Long before recombinant DNA technology was invented, maize genetics was a vibrant and exciting science dominated by controlling elements, cytogenet-ics, gene mapping and heterosis. Genes were und...


Forward and Reverse Genetics in Soybean

By: Kristin D. Bilyeu. In: Genetics and Genomics of Soybean. :135-139; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks


The Genetics of Flower Color

By: Giambattista Tornielli; Ronald Koes; Francesca Quattrocchio. In: Petunia : Evolutionary, Developmental and Physiological Genetics. :269-299; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

With nearly a century of excellent research on the biochemistry and inheritance of color, and the corresponding development of incredible genetic resources, Petunia has offered perhaps the best g...


Canine Genetics Facilitates Understanding of Human Biology

By: Elaine A. Ostrander; Heidi G. Parker; Nathan B. Sutter. In: Genomics of Disease. :11-24; New York, NY : Springer New York. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

In the past 15 years the field of canine genetics has advanced dramatically. Dense comparative maps, production of × 1.5 and × 7.5 genome sequences, SNP chips, and a growing sophistication regard...


Molecular Genetics of Sporophytic Self-Incompatibility in Ipomoea, aMember of the Convolvulaceae

By: Y. Kowyama; T. Tsuchiya; K. Kakeda. In: Self-Incompatibility in Flowering Plants : Evolution, Diversity, and Mechanisms. :259-274; Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Diploid Ipomoea trifida in the Convolvulaceae is a close relative of the cultivated hexaploid species, the sweet potato, and has sporophytic self-incompatibility controlled by a single multi-alle...


New Insights on Heterostyly: Comparative Biology, Ecology and Genetics

By: S. C. H. Barrett; J. S. Shore. In: Self-Incompatibility in Flowering Plants : Evolution, Diversity, and Mechanisms. :3-32; Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Language: English, Database: Springer Nature eBooks

Here, we review recent progress on the evolutionary history, functional ecology, genetics and molecular biology of heterostyly using a variety of taxa to illustrate advances in understanding. Dis...