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Author(s):Nakamura, Naohiko; Nakamae, Hiroko
Author Affiliation:Department of Agriculture, Kobe University
Title:Shiba syokubutsu no toukei bunrui ni tsuite Paper-Chromatography teki kenkyu: Zoysia japonica no jisyoku kotaigun ni tsuite
Translated Title:The studies on the taxonomy of grasses by the paper-chromatography: Zoysia japonica
Article Series:Identification of turfrass by paper-chromatography, Part 4
Section:Research articles
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Source:Turf Research Bulletin [Kansai Golf Union Green Section Research Center] [Gurin Kenkyo Hokokushu]. Vol. 26, February 1974, p. 35-41.
Publishing Information:Takarazuka, Japan: Kansai Golf Union Green Section Research Center [Kansi Goruhu Renmei Gurin Kenkyujo]
# of Pages:7
Abstract/Contents:"For the plants grown from the self-pollinated seeds of the strain Zenibako and Wakakusayama of Zoysia japonica , the phylogenetic investigations were conducted according to the same procedures as in the last report. Analysis of the two-dimensional chromatographies revealed 31 spots which were grouped as follows: (1) those found on both parent and all off-springs; (2) those found on parent and some off-springs; (3) those which were absent on parent but found on some off-springs. The spots grouped in the first class were governed with homogenous loci and reveealed no segregations among off-springs, but the spots grouped in the 2nd and 3rd classes revealed segregations according to the ratio 3:1 9:7 or 15:1. Therefore, it was assumed that the spots of 2nd class were governed with dominant factors and those of 3rd class with recessive factors. In the last report, the strain 15, 13, 7, 36, 18 and 17 were considered to be basic strains. The spot patterns of some off-springs contained the spot patterns of the basic strains, meaning that there were phylogenetic relationships between the parents and the basic strains. Biochemical Affinity index were calculated according to Ellison and Fager. The values obtained were 90.7% for the strain Zenibako, and 90.5% for Wakakusayama. And therefore, of populations were composed with pedigrees descended from one plant, the affinity index may be same amount as these values. Among the index revealed in the last report, values between Wakakusayama and Shirahama, Hakkoda and Rokko, Hakkoda and Shirahama, and Rokko and Shionomisaki were same amount as these values."
See Also:See also part 1, August 1970, p. 35-40, R=78298 R=78298

See also part 2, February 1972, p. 25-32, R=78894 R=78894

See also part 3, February 1973, p. 29-37, R=79054 R=79054
Note:English summary appears
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Nakamura, N., H. Nakamae, N. Nakamura, and H. Nakamae. 1974. Shiba syokubutsu no toukei bunrui ni tsuite Paper-Chromatography teki kenkyu: Zoysia japonica no jisyoku kotaigun ni tsuite. (In Japanese) Turf Res. Bull. 26:p. 35-41.
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