Query : Genetic variability
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The origin of the melon: genetic diversity of the species
The origin of Cucumis melo, related wild species and domestication events that have led to the current variability of Picó Sirvent, MB are described. (2015). The origin of the melon: genetic diversity of the species. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/52031
Iron and other metals : metabolic interrelations and hepcidin role
Iron metabolism disorders, including iron overloads, are characterized by important phenotypic expression variabilities for similar etiologies. The mechanisms involved are not fully identified. Interrelations between iron and other metals may contribute to this variability. The aim of this work, per...
Pattern of genetic variability of Solanum habrochaites in its natural area of distribution
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Airborne exposure to endotoxins: characterisation of inflammatory response and influence of genetic factors
Intravenous exposure to endotoxins can cause acute respiratory distress syndrome due to the strong inflammatory reactions they initiate. Paradoxically, it has also been shown that exposure to endotoxins can have a beneficial role in allergic type diseases with genetic predisposition (atopia), especi...
A mutation in the melon Vacuolar Protein Sorting 41prevents systemic infection of Cucumber mosaic virus
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Looking for diversity in all the right places? Genetic diversity is highest in peripheral populations of the reef-building polychaete Sabellaria alveolata
Species distributions have been profoundly affected by past climate change, and are expected to change considerably in response to future environmental change. To better apprehend how future climate change is likely to affect genetic diversity in marine populations, it is essential to first evaluate...
Effect OF variability OF AN ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL fungus ON Cassava PRODUCTION IN Kenya AND TANZANIA
Cassava is considered a food security crop because yields fluctuate less during periods of environmental perturbation than cereal crops. Besides, it feeds almost a billion people daily. The plant is highly dependent on Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) for its growth and nutrient acquisition. AMF a...
Insights Into the Adaptation to Greenhouse Cultivation of the Traditional Mediterranean Long Shelf-Life Tomato Carrying the alc Mutation: A Multi-Trait Comparison of Landraces, Selections, and Hybrids in Open Field and Greenhouse
Effects of polymorphisms of the MGLL, GPAM, AGPAT3 and AGPAT4 genes on the variation of plasmatic lipids in response to supplementation of omega-3 polyunsaturated acids of marine origin
Consumption of omega-3 (n-3) polyunsaturated fatty acids of marine origin reduces plasma triglyceride (TG) levels and increases cholesterol (C) concentrations of low density lipoproteins (LDL) as well as LDL particle size. There is a significant inter-individual variability in the supplementation re...
Geographic pattern of genetic variation in the European globeflower Trollius europaeus L. (Ranunculaceae) inferred from amplified fragment length polymorphism markers
International audience The distribution of genetic variation and the phylogenetic relationships between 18 populations of the arctic-alpine plant Trollius europaeus were analysed in three main regions (Alps, Pyrenees and Fennoscandia) by using dominant AFLP markers. Analysis of molecular variance re...
Long-Range Gene Flow and the Effects of Climatic and Ecological Factors on Genetic Structuring in a Large, Solitary Carnivore : The Eurasian Lynx
Due to their high mobility, large terrestrial predators are potentially capable of maintaining high connectivity, and therefore low genetic differentiation among populations. However, previous molecular studies have provided contradictory findings in relation to this. To elucidate patterns of geneti...
Molecular characterization of the cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) accessions held at the COMAV’s genebank
The cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) is an important crop worldwide. In the present study, the molecular genetic diversity of 131 Spanish accessions was analyzed using 23 simple sequence repeat (SSRs). Eighteen of these SSRs were polymorphic; the mean number of alleles, mean observed heterozygosity and...
Genetic clustering of Trypanosoma cruzi I lineage evidenced by intergenic miniexon gene sequencingstar, open
International audience American trypanosomiasis or Chagas disease is endemic in Latin America and caused by the flagellate Trypanosoma cruzi, which exhibits broad genetic variation. In various areas, the transmission of Chagas disease is ensured by sylvatic vectors, mainly carrying the evolutionary...
Genetic structure of Spanish populations of Ceratitis capitata revealed by RAPD and ISSR markers: implications for resistance management
The Mediterranean fruit fly, Ceratitis capitata (Wiedemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae), is considered one of the most economically damaging pests of citrus orchards in Spain. The characterization of C. capitata population structure, at a large geographical scale, by using a combination of RAPD and ISSR...
Genetic variability among local apricots (Prunus armeniaca L.) from the Southeast of Spain
The fast rotation of new cultivars demanded by modern fruit growers implies the loss of many old varieties with valuable characters. Then, the need arises to keep and characterize this germplasm for future breeding projects. The region of Murcia, together with Valencia, in the East and Southeast of...
Skeletal muscle proteomics in livestock production
International audience Proteomics allows studying large numbers of proteins, including their post-translational modifications. Proteomics has been, and still are, used in numerous studies on skeletal muscle. In this article, we focus on its use in the study of livestock muscle development and meat q...
Physiological and genetic determinisms of water-use in grapevine
In Mediterranean regions, water scarcity associated with climate change particularly threatens the sustainability of viticulture. Breeding grapevine for reduced water use and maintained production is therefore of major interest. This requires a comprehensive knowledge of the plant physiological resp...
Towards a reconciling model about the initial peopling of America
International audience The last two decades have seen numerous debates in the field of the initial settlement of America and noteworthy was the disagreement between physical and molecular anthropologists. Recently, it has been pointed out that this discordance could partly originate from the descrip...
Influence of MDR1 genetic polymorphisms on intralymphocyte concentrations of cyclosporine A in transplant recipients
Cyclosporine A (CsA) presents a wide interindividual variability in its kinetics. CsA is a substrate of P-glycoprotein (PGP), an efflux transporter which is the product of the MDR1 gene and present on intestinal cells, among others. Contradictory reports were published on the influence of MDR1 polym...
Chromosomal rearrangement and genetic structure in the shrews of the Sorex araneus group
ABSTRACT The role of chromosomal rearrangements in the speciation process is much debated and many theoretical models have been developed. The shrews of the Sorex araneus group offer extraordinary opportunities to study the relationship between chromosomal variation and speciation. Indeed, this grou...
Socio-economic importance and study of the ecological, morphological, genetic and biochemical variability of Baobab (Adansonia Digitata L.) in Benin
In vitro regeneration of Polish tuberous L. sprouts from vegetative buds of inflorescence and weaving of cormo
Polianthes tuberosa L. is an endemic plant in Mexico, commercially grown for cutting flowers, and is also used in the pharmaceutical and perfume industry. Traditionally, producers spread it using the corms, which has meant that the crop has little genetic variability and, for this reason, only whit...
Extinction risk of Mesoamerican crop wild relatives
Societal Impact Statement Crop wild relatives (CWR) are plant taxa closely related to crops and are a source of high genetic diversity that can help adapt crops to the impacts of global change, particularly to meet increasing consumer demand in the face of the climate crisis. CWR provide vital ecosy...
Evaluation of the breeding and genetic potential of strawberry varieties and hybrids based on economically valuable traits
The study of the inherited features of the genotype and the directions of variability of breeding-valuable traits of strawberry varieties and hybrid forms is an integral part of most researches in the field of this crop breeding. The purpose of this work was to determine the most promising strawberr...
Search, inspection and selection of new source material for millet breeding
Comprehensive inspection of millet original forms and their involvement in the breeding process to create new varieties and lines is an urgent problem and is of great theoretical and practical importance [3,4]. New varieties should be resistant to abiotic stresses and ecological plasticity, as globa...