IV. ZEALAND 1984

CHROMOSOME 1

1S, 1L suggested to have homeology with 5S, 5L, based on secondary somatic associations of similar-length arms --M. D. Bennett, 1983

hcf*-41 (gr) affects electron transport; hcf*-2 (yg), -3 (gr) affect cytochromes; hcf*-4 (gr), -13 (gr) affect CO2 fixation; hcf*-44 (pg), -50 (gr) affect chlorophyll-protein complexes --C. D. Miles, 1982

Adh1-2F11 null allele that arose in presence of bz2-m (Ds) and Ac and responds to Ac; contains 1.3 kb insertion that is transcribed in mRNA (in which hybridization to a Ds probe is found); restriction map for KpnI, SstI, BamHI, XbaI, HindIII, BglI, PvuII, BglII, SphI, HindII --H.-P. Doring &, 1984

vp5: point of action in carotenoid biosynthetic pathway --F. Fong &, 1983

Adh1 alleles -S, -F, -FkF (from Funk G4343 hybrid), -Ct (from a teosinte source); progenitors respectively of -S1951a (underexpressed in scutellum, over- in root and pollen, from -S following accelerated neon irradiation and allyl alcohol selection), -FkF3037 (overexpressed in scutellum, from -FkF spontaneously), -S3034 (underexpressed and unstable, from -S, Mu-generated) --M. Freeling &, 1983

Mdh4 alleles -10.5, -11.5; Pgm1-6, -7, -17; Phi1-n, -6, from Bolivian races --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

hcf*-3 uncovered by TB-1Sb-2L4464 as well as by TB-1Sb --K. J. Leto &, 1982

Adh1-0 (null) selectively sensitive to anaerobic conditions, resistant to allyl alcohol --K. Shimamoto &, 1983

Pgm1 alleles -1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 16.5, 17, 18, 18.5, 19, 21, N from lines, races and teosintes --C. W. Stuber &, 1983

Adh1-Fm335 (Ds insertion); base sequences at site of Ds excision in revertants -RV1 through -RV4 and in other Ds excisions have common property of 11bp inverted repeat --M. M. Sachs &, 1983

Adh1 alleles -U725, -W586, -W190, -W182, -U327, -U1048, EMS-induced --R. J. Ferl &, 1983

Adh1 alleles -Cm, -Ct, -1S, -54S, -1F, -Fkf, -33F, restriction maps; conserved region includes 5'-3', variable outside among all alleles except -1F and -Fkf --M. A. Johns &, 1983

Adh1-S3034v allele unstable, arose in presence of Mu --M. Alleman, 58:24

Adh1-2F11 null, Ac-controlled --H. P. Doring &, 58:59

dek* mutants uncovered on 1S, 1L --M. T. Chang &, 58:61

hcf*-9 (allelic to -3) loosely linked to zb4; hcf*-2, -4, -12, -13, -41, -44, -50 on 1L --M. Polacco, 58:64

Les2 (was Les*-845) and Les*-1449 associated with wx T1-9c (1S.48) and T1-9(4995) (1L.19); Les2 - 2.2 - sr1; Les2 - 33.3 - lls1; lls1 - 18.9 - sr1; les*-501B allelic to lls1; nec*-495C - 0 - sr1; nec*-495C not allelic to zb4 or nec2; Les*-1461 associated with wx T1-9(8389) (1L.74), but unlinked with br1, an1, bz2, gs1 or bm2 --D. A. Hoisington, 58:83

Oleic-linoleic acids level in X-187 possibly associated with wx T on 1S --M. D. Jellum &, 58:88

cp*-E1113A developmentally blocked prior to leaf primordia; on 1L --J. K. Clark &, 58:91

gt1 shows low recombination with wx T1-9c --W. F. Tracy, 58:99

CHROMOSOME 2

2S, 2L suggested to have homeology with 4S, 4L --M. D. Bennett, 1983

hcf*-1 (gr) affects electron transport; hcf*-15 (yg) affects photophosphorylation --C. D. Miles, 1982

w3, al, y3: points of action in carotenoid biosynthetic pathway --F. Fong &, 1983

ws3 - 9.1 - lg1 - 13.7 - Mut - 6.9 - gl2; Mut shows no dosage effect --M. M. Rhoades &, 58:30

B1 - 19 - Lte1 - fl1 --L. T. de Miranda &, 58:48

dek* mutants uncovered on 2S, 2L --M. T. Chang &, 58:61

Les*-A607 associated with wx T2-9b (2S.18) and wx T2-9d (2L.83) --D. A. Hoisington, 58:84

dek16 (was E1414) on 2L --W. F. Sheridan &, 58:98

o*-1195A, ogm*-1488b and o*-999A not allelic; fl*-1316A and cpfl*-1024A not allelic; ygv*-72 and wlv*-424 not allelic; pgspt*-278B and pgspt*-464 not allelic; de*-660C and cp*-1225 allelic; de*-1175, cp*-1225 and dcr*-1428 not allelic; w*-332 probably allelic to w3; w*-332 and w*-77 not allelic --S. M. McCormick, 58:178

CHROMOSOME 3

3S, 3L suggested to have homeology with 9S, 9L --M. D. Bennett, 1983

hcf*-19 (gr&yg) affects cytochromes --C. D. Miles, 1982

vp1: point of action in carotenoid biosynthetic pathway --F. Fong &, 1983

Trisomes found among small kernel selections --A. Ghidoni &, 1982

E8 allele -3; Got1-n, -2; Mdh3-17.8; Me1-S; Pgd2-n, -2, -4, from Bolivian races --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

a1-ruq, responds to Uq regulatory element; a1-0, not responsive to any known regulatory element --Peterson &, 1983

a1-m13 and a1-m16 alleles Uq-controlled; a1-m61138-3 En-controlled autonomous that shows chromosome breakage; vp1-m451 mutable allele --Peterson, 58:5,6

a1-SR03 allele: pale, stable, lethal or semilethal; arose in presence of Mu --D. S. Robertson, 58:9

Designations E4 and Est4 refer to the same locus --A. L. Kahler, 58:33

dek* mutants uncovered on 3S, 3L --M. T. Chang &, 58:61

TB-3La, f, and g uncover gl6 and distal markers; TB-3Ld, h, i and j uncover lg2 and distal markers, but not gl6; TB-3Lc uncovers ba and distal markers but not lg2; TB-3Lk and l uncover a3 and distal markers but not lg2; TB-3Lm uncovers a1 and distal markers but not lg2; cp*-330D uncovered by TB-3La and g; cp*-1379A by TB-3La, g, i and j; d*-282 by TB-3La, f, and g; de*-932 by TB-3Lf; dek6 by TB-3La, d and m; pm1 by TB-3La but not by d or c; rgh*-1060B by TB-3La; su*-748A by TB-3La, g, d, h, i, j, c and l; vp1 by TB-3La, g, d and h; y10 by TB-3La, f, d, h, i and c; yd2 by TB-3La, g, h, i, j and c; yel*-5787 by TB-3La and f; ys3 by TB-3La --J. B. Beckett, 58:73

Spc1 associated with wx T3-9c (3L.09); Spc1 - 12.7 - lg2 - 43.2 - a1 --D. A. Hoisington, 58:84

dek17 (was E330D) on 3L --W. F. Sheridan &, 58:98

Cg shows no linkage with cl1, g2 or cr --R. S. Poethig, 58:170

a1-mt-1 mutable, Sta-controlled --G. F. Sprague, 58:197

CHROMOSOME 4

4S, 4L suggested to have homeology with 2S, 2L --M. D. Bennett, 1983

hcf*-23 (gr) affects photophosphorylation --C. D. Miles, 1982

c2-E1, -E2. ....-E14 alleles, EMS-induced; -E11 leaky, near-colorless --H. K. Dooner, 1983

Trisomes found among small kernel selections --A. Ghidoni &, 1982

Zp6-h - (7.4) - Zp22 - 1.8 - Zp28 - 1.2 - Zp30 -2.9 - Zp27 - 4.7 - fl2 - (3.5) - Zp14 - 7.1 - su1 - (3.1) - Zp12 - (2.2) - Gl4 - (4.9) - Zp15 - 5.6 - Zp10; Zp27, Zp28, Zp30 code for 20kd zein subunits; others for 22kd --C. Soave &, 1982

c2 alleles -m836018, -m836019, -m836024, -m836039 mutable; c2-m3 autonomous mutable --P. A. Peterson, 58:3

dek* mutants uncovered on 4S, 4L --M. T. Chang &, 58:61

TB-4Sa uncovers bt2 and distal markers; TB-1La-4L4692, TB-9Sb-4L6222, TB-9Sb-4L6504, TB-4Lb, c and f uncover gl4 and distal markers; TB-7Lb-4L4968 uncovers c2 and distal markers but not gl3; TB-4Sa uncovers d*-156A, hcf*-23, pgspt*-1269, nec*-562, py*-60-1106, shsu*-211C, su*-lethal, vit*-X832mut, wcb*-719A and wtcb*-10A; o1 uncovered by TB-9Sb-4L6222, TB-9Sb-4L6504, TB-4Lb, c, d, e and f but not by TB-7Lb-4L4698; ptd*-1130 uncovered by TB-9Sb-4L6222; py*-PI177593 uncovered by TB-1La-4L4692 and TB-4Lc; v8 uncovered by TB-4Lc and e; wlv*-378A uncovered by TB-1La-4L4692 --J. B. Beckett, 58:74

nec*-642A uncovered by TB-3La, but unlinked to su1, gl4, c2 --D. A. Hoisington, 58:83

Oleic-linoleic acids level in X-187 associated with wx T on 4L --M. D. Jellum &, 58:88

Dt6 - 7.5 - su1 --G. F. Sprague, 58:197

CHROMOSOME 5

5S, 5L suggested to have homeology with 1S, 1L --M. D. Bennett, 1983

TB-5La tertiary B-5La trisegmental endosperms were lighter than their disomic sibs --J. B. Beckett, 1983

vp2, ps1 (=vp7): points of action in carotenoid biosynthetic pathway --F. Fong &, 1983

Trisomes found among small kernel selections --A. Ghidoni &, 1982

Got2 allele -6; Got3-7; Mdh5-8.5, -9, -14.7, -16.4; Pgm2-6, -16, from Bolivian races --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

hcf*-18 (yg) affects photophosphorylation; hcf*-21 (gr) affects CO2 fixation; hcf*-43 (yg) affects chlorophyll- protein complexes --C. D. Miles, 1982

Pgm2 alleles -.4, .45, .5, 1, 2, 2.5, 3, 4, 4.2, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 7.2, 7.5, 7.8, 8, 9, 12, 14, 16 from lines, races and teosintes --C. W. Stuber &, 1983

Inv5a, ratio of long arm to short arm 2.9 (vs. normal 1.1); heterozygotes show little or no pairing failure at meiosis in other chromosomes, despite changes predicted due to non-homologous arm associations per Ashley (J. Cell Sci. 1979) --M. P. Maguire, 1983

gl8-3134 and bt2-2626 arose in presence of Mu --D. S. Robertson, 58:17

dek* mutants uncovered on 5S, 5L --M. T. Chang &, 58:61

hcf*-18 allelic to -43, linked to pr; hcf*-21 on 5L --M. Polacco, 58:65

nec*-493 not allelic to nec3; nec*-493 - 0 - a2; nec3 - 0 - bm1 --D. A. Hoisington, 58:84

dek18 (was E931A) on 5S --W. F. Sheridan &, 58:98

Oleic-linoleic acids level in GE82 associated with wx T on 5L (see also J. D. Shadley and D. F. Weber, Can. J. G&C 22:11, 1980) --M. D. Jellum &, 58:88

w*-21 (allelic to -22) and gl*-166 (allelic to gl8) uncovered by TB-5La and TB-5La-3L5521; w*-206, wl*-1308 (allelic to wl*-199), wlv*-308, wlv*-473 (allelic to pg*-735), and pg*-296 (allelic to -408, -71, -735) uncovered by TB-5La but not by TB-5La-3L7043; tn*-409 (allelic to -493) and gl*-681 on 5S --J. D. Shadley &, 58:160

CHROMOSOME 6

6S, 6L suggested to have homeology with 7S, 7L --M. D. Bennett, 1983

hcf*-26 (yg) affects electron transport; hcf*-34 (yg) affects photophosphorylation --C. D. Miles, 1982

Idh2 alleles -7, -7.5; Mdh2 alleles -.03, -5m; Pgd1 alleles -1, -2.8, from Bolivian races --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

Designations Enp1 and Ep1 refer to the same locus --A. L. Kahler, 58:33

dek* mutants uncovered on 6S, 6L --M. T. Chang &, 58:61

Modified chromosome MO6, maize-Tripsacum translocation --B. Kindiger &, 58:67

dek19 (was E1296A) on 6S --W. F. Sheridan &, 58:98

Chromosome Trip10 carries Py1 --C. V. Pasupuleti &, 58:203

CHROMOSOME 7

7S, 7L suggested to have homeology with 6S, 6L --M. D. Bennett, 1983

Px3 located by monosomics (Weber, 1982) --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

Inv7-3717, ratio of long to short arm 1.5 (vs. normal 2.6); heterozygotes show little or no pairing failure at meiosis in other chromosomes, despite changes predicted due to non-homologous associations per Ashley (J. Cell Sci. 1979) --M. P. Maguire, 1983

o2 - 12.9 - w16, w16 - 5.0 - zp1-3, w16 - 19.0 - gl1, o2 - 27.9 - gl1, o2 - 13.2 - zp1-3, o2 - 25.7 - wyg, l13 - 35.0 - o2, l13 - 47.1 - gl1, w17 - 35.8 - gl1, w17 - 10.6 - o2, o2 - 4.9 - y8, w17 - 26.6 - y8, w17 - 13.3 - De*-B30, w17 - 9.3 - vp9, o2 - 7.3 - vp9, wyg - 12.5 - gl1, y8 - 23.1 - wyg, y8 - 24.9 - gl1, l13 - 43.0 - y8, l13 - 47.2 - De*-B30, De*-B30 - 11.2 - gl1; combined map --M. Motto &, 1983

gl1-5048 arose in presence of Mu --D. S. Robertson, 58:17

Designations E1 and Est1 refer to the same locus --A. L. Kahler, 58:33

dek* mutants uncovered on 7L --M. T. Chang &, 58:61

Les*-F331035142 associated with wx T7-9(4363) (7ctr.) --D. A. Hoisington, 58:83

CHROMOSOME 8

8S, 8L suggested to have homeology with 10S, 10L --M. D. Bennett, 1983

Idh1 allele -n; Mdh1 alleles -3.5, -5, -9.2, from Bolivian races --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

dek* mutants located on 8; associations with breakpoint in hypoploid TB-8Lc --M. T. Chang &, 58:61,62

Clt*-985 new designation for D*-985; Bif1 (barren inflorescence) symbol for Tht*-1440 (thin tassel); tentative map Bif1 - (ca. 20) - (pro1, Clt*-985) - 33 - v16 --M. G. Neuffer, 58:76,78

Rf4 closely associated with wx T8-9(6673) (8L.35) but not with T8-9d (8L.09) --A. Johnson, 58:101

Bif1 - 20.7 - pro1 --G. Gavazzi &, 58:148

dek20 (was E1392A) on 8L --W. F. Sheridan &, 58:98

CHROMOSOME 9

9S, 9L suggested to have homeology with 3S, 3L --M. D. Bennett, 1983

Sh1 Ds-4864A, located just distal to Sh1, transposed to give Ds sh1-6233.Ds, which gave Ds Sh1-6233Rev.; Ds-5245, located just distal to Sh1, gave Ds sh1-6258.Ds, which gave Ds Sh1-*.Ds, which gave Ds sh1-6795.Ds, which gave Ds Sh1-6795Rev.; Ds-5245 also gave Ds sh1-5933.Ds, which gave Ds Sh1-5933.Rev; Insertion map: 3' - Ds-6258 - 5' - Ds-5933 - Ds-6233 cDNA clone 1-333[] Pst7[ ] --B. Burr &, 1983

TB-9La/TB-9Lb gave composite product 9-B(La +Sb) by crossing over; transmission through male reduced, through female normal --W. R. Carlson, 1983

sh1-5933 gave revertants Sh1-r3, -r4, ....-r11 that continue to show Ds-mediated breakage at Sh1 and have an intact Sh1 locus from which a 30kb insertion has excised, yet retain a duplicated part of the insertion and an extra 5' end of the Sh1 locus --W. Courage-Tebbe &, 1983

sh1 alleles -m6233, -m5933, -m6258 (independent origins, Ds-generated), and -M6795 (spontaneous recessive derived from Sh1 revertant of -m6258); rearrangements in each relative to progenitor Sh1; restriction sites for XbaI, HindIII, BglII, SstI, PstI, BstEII; mRNA transcripts --N. Fedoroff &, 1983

vp9: point of action in carotenoid biosynthetic pathway --F. Fong &, 1983

sh1 allele -m5933 (Ds-generated) vs. Sh1; restriction map for BamHI, PvuI, SphI, ClaI, EcoRI --M. Geiser &, 1982

bz1-m4 (sh1-bz1-m4) revertant Bz1-'1 (stable) shows UFGT activity profile in subaleurone similar to that of bz1-m4 (early peak), suggestion of an original deletion of Sh1 and fusion of its regulating sequences to structural Bz1 at the time of Ds transposition; Bz1-'7 (unstable) activity uniformly low --A. G. M. Gerats &, 1983

Trisomes found among small kernel selections --A. Ghidoni &, 1982

Acp1 designation recommended for Ap1 (as also Acph, Phos); alleles -2, -3, -4; Acp1 alleles -3*, -3.5, -3.8, from Bolivian races --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

hcf*-42 (gr) affects CO2 fixation --C. D. Miles, 1982

c1 alleles -m55292, -m55301, -m55351, -m55453, -m68613, -m68655, En-mediated --A. R. Reddy &, 1983

Sh1 genomic clone: EcoRI, PstI, SstI, HindIII, BglI, BglII, HinfI, HpaII, TrqI restriction map; segmental base sequence contains two introns, 156bp (in which are 2 of 4 Ds insertion rearrangements) and 125bp --E. Sheldon &, 1983

9B(La+Sb) derived as a trisome from TB-9La/TB-9Sb --W. R. Carlson, 1983

bz1-m13 from Bz1-Mc progenitor, Spm-controlled; Rs receptor element --A. S. Klein &, 1983

Wx: map of restriction sites; allele wx-m6 contains Ds with insertion of 2.4kb, revertants Wx-m6r1 and Wx-m6r2 lack the insertion and are equivalent to the Wx progenitor of wx-m6 --M. Shure &, 1983

Wx: maps of restriction sites in wx-m6 (containing Ds6), wx-m9 (containing Ds9), wx-m9.Ac (containing Ac9), and Wx9-r1; Ac9 is 4.3kb while its derivative Ds9 is 4.1kb; Ds6 is 2kb --N. Fedoroff &, 1983

C1-I-m836526, -m836553, -836683, -836684, -836685, -836934, -836955, -836956, -836958, -836959, -836960, -836969, -836970, -unst836511, -unst836513, -unst836518, -unst836522, -unst836524, -unst836811, as well as C1-sh1-836882 and sh1-836660 and -836673, and wx1-836605, -836608, -836610, -836616, -836617 all arose from C1-I Sh Wx1 in the presence of En --P. A. Peterson, 58:2,3

bz1-m826301 En-controlled; c1-m816665 and c1-m816667 Uq-controlled; c1-m816666, c1-st817086, c1-m804655 tests --P. A. Peterson, 58:3,4,5

bz1-m805137 Cy-controlled, bz1-rcy isolate requires Cy for mutability; bz1-m794266 mutable --P. A. Peterson, 58:9

bz1-N1032 unstable; arose in presence of Mu --M. Alleman, 58:24

bz1-mut, Mut-controlled --M. M. Rhoades &, 58:30

dek* mutants uncovered on 9S, 9L --M. T. Chang &, 58:61

sh1: restriction map, genomic vs. cDNA shows 15 introns, exons, boxes --W. Werr &, 58:57

sh1-m5933 and sh1-m6233 contain insertions, reverse repeats, duplications; homologies defined to other Ds and Ac sequences --U. Courage-T. &, 58:57; H. P. Doring &, 58:58; E. Weck &, 58:59

wx1-m7 contains Ac, 4.3kb insertion --H. P. Doring &, 58:59

hcf*-42 on 9L --M. Polacco, 58:65

bz2-mu-1 arose in presence of Mu --V. Walbot, 58:188

CHROMOSOME 10

10S, 10L suggested to have homeology with 8S, 8L --M. D. Bennett, 1983

y9: point of action in carotenoid biosynthetic pathway --F. Fong &, 1983

Glu1 alleles -2, -6 , -7 are those identified as beta-Glu1-d, -j, -k by Stuber et al., 1977; Glu1 alleles -3.2, -4, -5, -10.5, -13.5, -14, -16, from Bolivian races --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

R1 - 19.3 - w2 - 24.4 - sr2, confirmed order --M. M. Rhoades &, 58:28

Recombination for R1 Sr2 in +/w2 32.8%, in +/+ 28.7% --M. M. Rhoades &, 58:32

g1 - (ca. 6) - lte2 - (ca. 5) - R1 --L. T. de Miranda &, 58:48,49

dek* mutants uncovered on 10S, 10L --M. T. Chang &, 58:61

dek21 (was E1330) on 10L --W. F. Sheridan &, 58:98

UNPLACED

hcf*-5 (gr), -17 (gr), -20 (gr), -33 (gr), -35 (yg), -36 (gr), -37 (gr), -40 (gr), -325 (yg) affect electron transport; hcf*-6 (gr), -16 (gr), -38 (gr), -47 (yg) affect cytochromes; hcf*-7 (yg), -8 (yg), -30 (gr), -48 (yg), -317 (yg), -323 (gr), -324(gr) affect photophosphorylation; hcf*-11 (yg), -28 (gr), -45 (gr) affect CO2 fixation; hcf*-14 (pg), -29 (yg), -31 (yg), -49 (yg), -311 (yg), -316 (yg), -318 (yg), -408 (yg), -418 (pg) affect chlorophyll-protein complexes --C. D. Miles, 1982

pi1, pi2: pistillate florets; development of secondary florets in ear; 15:1 interaction --V. E. Micu &, 1983

vp*-x1: point of action in carotenoid biosynthetic pathway --F. Fong &, 1983

Acp2 designation recommended for Ap2; E12, E16 relationship to E1 ... E10 unresolved --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

Sod1: superoxide dismutase; hybrid bands occur; plastidal; alleles -A, -B; Sod3: superoxide dismutase; hybrid bands occur; mitochondrial; alleles -A, -B; Sod4: superoxide dismutase; hybrid bands occur; cytosolic; alleles -A, -B --Baum & Scandalios, J. Hered. 1982

Cat3 alleles -8, -8.5, -10.3, -11, from Bolivian races --M. M. Goodman &, 1983

Acp4, acid phosphatase; electrophoretic mobility; alleles -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, -6 --A. L. Kahler, 1983

Rst: Restrainer of En patterns --A. R. Reddy &, 1983

Mc (Mucronate): opaque endosperm; Mc o2 combination slightly collapsed, zein reduced --F. Salamini &, 1983

Les*-1450, les*-1395, les*-F26514, les*-A467: descriptions --V. Walbot &, 1983

RSS (Reduced Seed Set) --K. Sukhapinda &, 1983

Uq (Ubiquitous) regulatory element, affects a1-ruq --P. A. Peterson &, 1983

brn1: brown aleurone, lethal to seedling; arose in presence of Mu --D. S. Robertson, 58:18

Designations Ap1, Acp1 and Acph1 refer to the same locus; Px1 and Prx1 to same locus --A. L. Kahler, 58:33

Pe*-D: perennialism from Z. diploperennis (evergreen stalks, stiff stalks, robust root system); association with su1 and gl3 --P. C. Mangelsdorf &, 58:53,54

hcf*-Mu-5, Mu-induced --M. Hunt &, 58:68

Dominants from EMS treatments: Tillered-1590, Golden-1585, Semidwarf-1592, Hsf*-1595 --R. M. Bird &, 58:71

Lcs1: thylakoid membrane polypeptide, fast form in SDS gels -Zm, slow -Zl (Z. luxurians); Lct1, slow -Zm, fast -Zl; Lct2, presence, dominant to lct2-Ky27 (absence) --S. A. Modena, 58:82

rgh*-E1210, fl*-E1253B, dcr*-E1428 developmentally blocked prior to leaf primordia; cp*-E1399A fails to germinate --Clark &, 58:91

Rgh, restorer of cytoplasmic growth habit; tsi, tassel silks and branched ear; Sta regulatory element --G. F. Sprague, 58:196

ora2-13, orange endosperm; lty1-16, -17, -19, light yellow endosperm --E. J. Dollinger, 58:210

pdf1, thylakoid membrane polypeptide, recessive allele -Zm (slow) vs. -Zl (fast, from Z. luxurians); association with Lct1 --S. A. Modena, 58:211

CHLOROPLAST

cms-C and cms-T differ from normals in EcoRI and BamHI restriction fragment patterns --J. Li &, 1983

Homologies and inversions relative to spinach, peas and other species --J. D.Palmer &, 1982

tRNAser3, tRNAphe, tRNAthr2, tRNAleu2, tRNAmetm base sequences and upstream promoters --A. A. Steinmetz &, 1983

Putative ribosomal protein S4 gene (-rProt"S4") base sequence --A. R. Subramanian &, 1983

Interspecific tRNA hybridizations; map locations of tRNAhis, tRNAleu2, tRNAile1, tRNAile2 --J. H. Weil &, 1981

Map locations of tRNA sequences in genome and in repeats I & II --J. H. Weil &, 1982; R. F. Selden &, 1983

Locations of promoters for tRNAval, for rRNA16S-23S-4.5S, and for rRNA5S --G. Zenke &, 1982

LS (-rcL), upstream and 3' terminus sequences; beta and epsilon of coupling factor (-cf1BE) have fused base sequences; other open reading frames; section of homology to E. coli ribosomal gene S4 (-rProt"S-4"); map locations of 32kd photogene (-PG32) and four other photogenes --L. Bogorad &, 1983

Map of SalI, PstI, EcoRI, BamHI sites, fragment lengths, and coordinates of sites; starts and termini of genes -r5 (5SrRNA, repeat I & II), -r4.5 (4.5SrRNA, repeat I & II), -r23 (23SrRNA, repeat I & II), -tA-UGC (tRNAala, repeat I & II), -tI-GAU(TRNAile, repeat I & II), -r16 (16SrRNA, repeat I & II), -tV-GAC (tRNAval, repeat I & II), -tL-CAA (tRNAleu, repeat I & II), -rcL (large subunit), -cf1B (beta subunit of coupling factor), -cf1E (epsilon subunit of coupling factor), -tM (tRNAmet), -tF (tRNAphe), -tL-UAA (tRNAleu), -tT-UGU (tRNAthr), -rpS4 (homol. to E. coli ribosomal protein S4), -tS-GGA (tRNAser) --I. M. Larrinua &, 1983

LS segment is represented in mtDNA --D. M. Lonsdale &, 1983

Possible Mu insertion --D. S. Robertson, 58:20

MITOCHONDRION

18SrRNA (3' end) through 5SrRNA, 664-base sequence --S. Chao &, 1983

S1 and S2 bands lost in friable callus; probes for S1 and S2 hybridize intensely to mtDNA --P. S. Chourey &, 1982

cmsS subgroups I (S, R, ML); II (L, CA); III (EK) defined by principal component analysis of restoration reactions --L. Kalman &, 1982

Five fertile, resistant derivatives arising from cms-T after regeneration from tissue culture show no changes in low MW mtDNA, but various changes in restriction patterns of the high MW mtDNA --R. J. Kemble, 1982

Plasmids S1 (6.2kb), S2 (5.2), linear n (2.35), and smaller linear t, heterogeneities and homologies in 25 Mexican races; lines with t also have an S1-related 6.55 kb BamHI fragment, while lines with n have an S1-related 6.85 kb fragment, except for Reventador (n and S1-related 80kb), Zapolote Grande (t, no S1-related bands), and Bolita individuals (t, 3.5kb); n probe hybridizes to t and to S1 and S2 --R. J. Kemble, G &, 1983

Plasmids S3 (13.6kb), S4 (12.4), S5 (11.4) (possible concatemers), as well as S1 and S2, disappear on reversion of cms-S to fertile; S3 and S4 hybridize with S1 probe pZmS42; S4 and S5 with S2 probe pZmS4; S3, S4, S5 with S1S2 probes pZmS21 and pZmS40; differing S1- and S2-hybridizing sequences are found in XhoI, BamHI and SalI digests of high MW mtDNA of revertants 251, 296, and 369 --R. J. Kemble & M, 1983

S2 probe pZmS4 does not hybridize with BamHI digests of nuclear DNA of cms-Vg, of cytoplasmic revertant 296, or of nuclear revertant VgRfh; S1-related probes hybridize similarly with digests of nuclear DNA of normal (Tr, W64A, B37) and of nuclear revertants (Rf*-h, Rf*-i, Rf*-m) --R. J. Kemble, M &, 1983

Regions of genome homologous to S1 and S2 ("S regions"): variations in S1-homologous regions (3 groups--Wf9; F6, A188, W182BN; Black Mexican); linear 2.1kb in the second group in place of 2.3kb --J. W. McNay &, 1983

S1, S2, R1, R2 plasmids: BamHI and EcoRI characterization of Latin American races --A. K. Weissinger &, 1983

cms-S, VG, I, ML, RL reversion rates to male fertility in 8 inbred-line backgrounds; cytoplasmic and nuclear changes --S. Gabay-Laughnan &, 1983

Male-fertile revertants from cms-T following tissue culture, -T1 through -T6, maternally inherited; XhoI restriction fragment of 6.6kb absent in all but -T4 and progenitor -T --P. F. Umbeck &, 1983

Plasmids D1 (7.5kb) and D2 (5.5kb), double-stranded linear in cytopl-ZD (Z. diploperennis) --D. H. Timothy &, 1983

Segment homologous to ctDNA-LS, transcribed and translated --D. M. Lonsdale &, 1983

S2 base sequence (5452bp) contains two large open reading frames and is terminated with exact 208bp inverted repeats --C. S. Levings III &, 1983

Male-sterile variants from a Peruvian population, -P2, -P4, -P5, variant mtDNA patterns --A.Mezzarobba &, 58:85

Probes for 1.94kb circular and 1.4kb circular not homologous to each other or to S1, S2, 2.3kb linear or 2.1kb linear, or to restricted mtDNA of any source tested; homology for 1.4 is found in many lines and cytoplasms, accompanied by 1.94; 1.94 present without 1.4 in WF9 N, T, S, and in RB cytoplasm --A. G. Smith &, 58:90

mox1 exons, intron --R. E. Dewey &, 58:171

NCS2 and NCS3 sources each display a single change in restriction fragments as compared to T, from which they arose --K. J. Newton &, 58:192

1.94kb is found in S, J and I but not in VG, RD or ML members of S group --J. E. Carlson &, 58:194

CYTOPLASM

NCS2: nonchromosomal stripe; abnormal, pale green, clonal stripes; similar to wsp of Brown & (MNL 32:120,1958); NCS3: nonchromosomal stripe; abnormal, distorted sectors; similar to P2 of Brown & --E. H. Coe, Jr., 1983

cgl (cytoplasmic glossy) --G. F. Sprague, 1983

MET (multiple ears and tillers) trait maternally transmitted --B-h. Choe &, 58:85

Symbol cgh (cytoplasmic growth habit) suggested for P2 cytoplasm of W. L. Brown --G. F. Sprague, 58:196

cDNA/GENOMIC CLONES/PROBES

zein cDNA clones A20, A30 (of 19kd chains) and B49 (of 22kd): base sequences, maps of sites for AluI, HaeIII, RsaI, TaqI; homologies inter se --D. E. Geraghty &, 1982

12-C-6, cDNA homologous to mRNA for pyruvate, Pi dikinase --D. R. Hague &, 1983

zein genomic clone Z4, cDNA clones A30, ZG31A; base sequences and homologies; restriction map for Sau3A, RsaI, AluI, HpaII, XbaI --N-T. Hu &, 1982

zein cDNA clones ZG7, ZG14, ZG15, ZG19, ZG31, ZG124, A30; genomic clone Z4, base sequences and homologies --G. Heidecker &, 1983

zein genomic clones pML1 (of 19kd) and pMS1 (of 21kd); HincII, PvuII, HinfI, TaqI, Sau3A restriction sites and two promoter sequences, P1 and P2, with base sequences --P. Langridge &, 1983; 58:88

zein genomic clone ZA1 (heavy chain): EcoRI, Taq, Dde, HpaII restriction map and base sequence; homologies with clone E19 (light chain) --A. Spena &, 1982

zein nomenclature proposed, subfamilies SF1 through SF5, source and cDNA vs. genomic, e.g., SF1(IHP-c)A20, SF4(W22-g)Z7, etc. --I. Rubenstein &, 58:178

zein clones hybridize in situ on chromosome 4 (clone M6, E21), 7S (M6, E21), 10L (M6) --A. Viotti &, 58:213

Restriction fragment probes from repeated DNA (H1, H2, S1, T2, T3) show differential hybridization in situ on B chromosomes and A (including NOR region) --A. Viotti &, 58:213

RESISTANCE/TOLERANCE/HERITABILITY

European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis Hubner) tunnel length reduced significantly by 3 cycles of selection in 3 populations, 5.3 to 12.7% per cycle --D. Barry &, 1983

Nitrogen fixation in association with Azotobacter vinelandii showed dominance and heritability responsive to selection across 5 generations --S. W. Ela &, 1982

High stearic acid level in germ oil of PI175334 determined by a major recessive gene and modifiers --M. D. Jellum &, 1983; 58:87

Maize Dwarf Mosaic Virus R/S in Oh7B vs. Oh43 and Pa91: one dominant gene for Resistance --C. W. Roane &, 1983

European Corn Borer (Ostrinia nubilalis Hubner) R/S in B52 vs. CI131A showed predominantly additive genetic variance --M. Sadhedel- &, 1983

Isocitrate lyase: high activity from Illinois High Oil dominant in crosses with Illinois Low Oil, in contrast to additivity for oil content; no correlation in F2 between activity and oil content --A. S. Tsaftaris &, 1983

Stewart's wilt (Erwinia stewartii) R/S additive (general combining ability high among 6 inbreds/15 single crosses/60 3-way crosses --W. M. Forgey &, 1982

Sulfate uptake efficiency (Vmax and Km) in 5-inbred diallel showed additive and non-additive effects (significant general and specific combining ability), and F1 reciprocal variation --M. Motto &, 1982; M. Saccomani &, 1982

Downy mildew (Peronosclerospora philippinensis) R/S among 36 entries showed both additive and partially dominant resistance (highly significant general and specific combining ability); broad-sense heritability 45.67%, narrow 39.23% --O. B. Capuno &, 1982

Ear rot (Fusarium graminearum) R/S in 7-inbred diallel F1, F2, P1F1, P2F1; both additive and partially dominant resistance (highly significant general combining ability --M. Odiemah &, 1982

European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis Hbn.) R/S in 14-inbred diallel additive; resistance associated with late silking and grain maturity, stalk-rot resistance; broad & narrow-sense heritability 38-43% --F. Kaan &, 1983

Eyespot (Kabatiella zeae) R/S in crosses of two R and 3 S lines, F1, F2 and BCs indicates resistance partially dominant, one to two genes --F. J. B. Reifschneider &, 1983

Twin-ear --A. R. Hallauer, 58:21

Associations of flint character, kernel row number, earworm resistance from Zapalote Chico, earworm resistance from IAC Maya, glycoside earworm resistance, and purple-restricted-to-cob with wx translocations --L. T. de Miranda &, 58:38

Twin-stalks, 4.5% in inbred F1254, show low, incomplete penetrance --M. Pollacsek, 58:56

Morphology of TB hyperploids --M-T. Chang, 58:63

Oleic-linoleic acids level in GE82 and X-187, association with wx T's --M. D. Jellum &, 58:88

Apparent photosynthetic activity negatively correlated with upright leaves and leaf area index in Argentinian flint lines --J. R. Jatimliansky &, 58:117

Pollen grain size, Gaspe vs. Z. perennis, heritable, additive --J. L. Magoja &, 58:118

Tassel branching traits, Gaspe vs. Z. perennis, heritable; branch number closely associated with length of branching axis but not with internode length between spikelets --I. G. Palacios &, 58:122

 


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