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Bibliography

Essential bibliography

A brief collection of recent reviews

  • 2000. Soltis, P. S. & Soltis, D. E. The role of genetic and genomic attributes in the success of polyploids. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 97(13), 7051-7057.
  • 2003. Osborn, T. C., Butrulle, D. V., Sharpe, A. G., Pickering, K. J., Parkin, I. A., Parker, J. S., et al. Detection and effects of a homeologous reciprocal transposition in Brassica napus. Genetics, 165(3), 1569-1577.
  • 2003. Riddle, N. C. & Birchler, J. A. Effects of reunited diverged regulatory hierarchies in allopolyploids and species hybrids. Trends Genet, 19(11), 597-600.
  • 2005. Adams, K. L. & Wendel, J. F. Novel patterns of gene expression in polyploid plants. Trends Genet, 21(10), 539-543.
  • 2005. Comai, L. The advantages and disadvantages of being polyploid. Nat Rev Genet, 6(11), 836-846.
  • 2006. Shoemaker RC, Schlueter J, Doyle JJ. Paleopolyploidy and gene duplication in soybean and other legumes. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 9(2):104-9.
  • 2007. Chen, Z. J. Genetic and Epigenetic Mechanisms for Gene Expression and Phenotypic Variation in Plant Polyploids. Annu Rev Plant Biol.

Early bibliography: 1912 to 1979

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  • 1917. Winge, O. The chromosomes, their number and general importance. C.R. Trav. Lab. Carlsberg, 13 131-275.
  • 1922. Belling, J. and AF Blakeslee. The assortment of chromosomes in triploid in Daturas. American Naturalist, 56 339-46.
  • 1922. Blakeslee, AF. Variation in Datura due to changes in chromosome number. Amer Naturalist, 56 16-31.
  • 1922. Bridges, C.B. The origins of variation in sexual and sex-limited characters. Amer Naturalist, 56 51-63.
  • 1925. Clausen, RE and TH Goodspeed. Interspecific hybridization in Nicotiana. II. A tetraploid glutinosa-tabacum hybrid, an experimental verification of the Winge's hypothesis. Univ. Calif. Pub. in Bot., 11 245-56.
  • 1927. Karpechenko, G.D. Polyploid hybrids of Raphanus sativus X Brassica oleracea L. Bull. Appl. Bot., 17 305-408.
  • 1928. Lesley, JW. A cytogical and genetical study of progenies of triploid tomatoes. Genetics, 13 1-43.
  • 1929. McClintock, B. A cytological and genetical study of triploid maize. Genetics, 14 180-222.
  • 1929. Stadler, I.J. Chromosome number and the mutation rate in Avena and Triticum. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 15 876-81.
  • 1931. Huskins, C.L. The origin of Spartina townsendii. Genetica, 12 531-38.
  • 1932. Muentzing, A. Cyto-genetic investigations on synthetic Galeopsis tetrahit. Hereditas, 16 105-54.
  • 1932. Watkins, AE. Hybrid sterility and incompatibility. J. Genet., 25 125–62.
  • 1933. Haldane, J.B.S. The part played by recurrant mutation in evolution. Am. Nat., 67 5-19.
  • 1934. Navashin, M. Chromosomal alterations caused by hybridization and their bearing upon certain genetic problems. Cytologia, 5 169-203.
  • 1935. Randolph, LF. Cytogenetics of tetraploid maize. Journal Agric Res, 50 591-605.
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  • 1937. Dobzhansky, T. Genetics and the origin of species. (New York: Columbia University Press).
  • 1938. Satina, S and AF Blakeslee. Chromosome behavior in triploid Datura. II. The female gametophyte. Am J Bot, 24 621-27.
  • 1938. Satina, S and AF Blakeslee. Chromosome behavior in triploids of Datura stramonium. I. The male gametophyte. Amer J Bot, 24 519-621.
  • 1938. Satina, S, AF Blakeslee, and AG Avery. Chromosome behavior in triploid Datura. III. The seed. Am J Bot, 24 595-602.
  • 1939. Darlington, C.D. Misdivision and the genetics of the centromere. J. Genet., 37 341-64.
  • 1940. Darlington, C.D. The origin of isochromosomes. J. Genet., 39 351-61.
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  • 1945. Fankhouser, G. Maintenance of normal structure in heteroploid salamander larvae, through compensation of changes in cell size by adjustment of cell number and cell shape. J Exp Zool, 100 445-55.
  • 1947. Brink, R. A. and D.C. Cooper. The endosperm in seed development. Bot. Rev., 13 423-541.
  • 1947. Stebbins, G. L. Types of polyploids: their classification and significance. Adv. Genet., 1 403-29.
  • 1948. Smith-White, S. Polarised segregation in the pollen mother cells of a stable triploid. Heredity, 2 119-29.
  • 1951. Brown, M.S. The spontaneous occurrence of amphiploidy in species hybrids of Gossypium. Evolution, 5 25-41.
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  • 1951. Muentzing, A. Cytogenetic properties and practical value of tetraploid rye. Hereditas, 37 2-84.
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  • 1952. Pope, W.K. and R.M. Love. Comparative cytology of colchicin-induced amphiploids of interspecific hybrids. Hilgardia, 21 411-23.
  • 1954. Avers, CJ. Chromosome behavior in fertile triploid aster hybrids. Genetics, 39 126.
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  • 1954. Rick, CM and DW Barton. Cytological and genetical identification of the primary trisomics of the tomato. Genetics, 39 640-66.
  • 1955. Janick, J. and EC Stevenson. The effects of polyploidy on sex expression in the spinach. J. Heredity, 46 151-56.
  • 1956. Grant, V. The genetic structure of races and species in Gilia. Advances Genet., 8 89-107.
  • 1956. JACOB, F and EL WOLLMAN. [Processes of conjugation and recombination in Escherichia coli. I. Induction by conjugation or zygotic induction]. Ann Inst Pasteur (Paris), 91 (4), 486-510.
  • 1956. Vasek, FC. Induced aneuploidy in Clarkia unguiculata (Onagraceae). Amer J Bot, 43 366-71.
  • 1957. Hylander, N. Cardaminopsis suecica (Fr.) Hiit., a northern amphidiploid species. Bull Jard Bot Bruxelles, 27 591-604.
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  • 1957. Smith, H.H. and S.A. Sands. Genetic studies on somatic instability in cultures derived from hybrids between Nicotiana langsdorfii and N. sanderae. Genetics, 42 560-82.
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  • 1958. Mac Key, J. Mutagenic response in Triticum at different levels of ploidy. First Int. Wheat Genetics Symp., 88.
  • 1958. Riley, R. and V. Chapman. Genetic control of the cytologically diploid behavior or hexaploid wheat. Nature, 182 713-15.
  • 1958. Sears, E.R. and M. Okamoto. Intergenomic chromosome relationship in hexaploid wheat. Tenth Int. Congr. Genet., 258-59.
  • 1959. Janick, J., DL Mahoney, and Pfahler. The trisomics of Spinacia oleracea. J. Hered., 50 47-50.
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  • 1960. Mooring, JS. A cytogenetic study of Clarkia unguiculata II. Supernumerary chromosomes. Amer J Bot, 47 847-54.
  • 1960. Morrison, JW and T. Rajhathy. Frequency of quadrivalents in autotetraploid plants. Nature, 187 528-30.
  • 1961. Kimber, G. Basis of the diploid-like behaviour of polyploid cotton. Nature, 191 98-100.
  • 1961. Loeve, A. Hylandra - a new genus of Cruciferae. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift, 55 211-17.
  • 1961. Rick, CM and NK Notani. The tolerance of extra chromosomes by primitive tomatoes. Genetics, 46 1231-35.
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  • 1963. Steinitz-Sears, LM. Chromosome studies in Arabidopsis thaliana. Genetics, 48 483-90.
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  • 1966. Gerstel, D.U. and J.A. Burns. Flower variegation in hybrids between Nicotiana tobacum and N. otophora. Genetics, 53 331-38.
  • 1966. Haefner, K. A technique to establish systems of haploid to polyploid Saccharomyces strains which are most identical with respect to their chromosome sets and most homozygous. Z Allg Mikrobiol, 6 (1), 86-88.
  • 1966. Imshenetsky, AA, LL Solnzeva, and NF Kuranova. Experimental preparation of polyploids in Candida scottii. Z Allg Mikrobiol, 6 (1), 2-9.
  • 1966. Matzke, MA, AJM Matzke, and WB Eggleston. Paramutation and transgene silencing: a common response to invasive DNA
  • 1966. Triantaphyllou, AC. Polyploidy and reproductive patterns in the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne hapla. J Morphol, 118 (3), 403-13.
  • 1967. Ahuja, M. R. and G. L. Hagen. Cytogenetics of tumor-bearing interspecific triploid Nicotiana glauca- langsdorffii and its hybrid derivatives. J Hered, 58 (3), 103-08.
  • 1967. Axtell, J. D. and R. A. Brink. Chemically induced paramutation at the R locus in maize. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 58 (1), 181-87.
  • 1967. Berendes, HD and HG Keyl. Distribution of DNA in heterochromatin and euchromatin of polytene nuclei of Drosophila hydei. Genetics, 57 (1), 1-13.
  • 1967. Burns, JA and DU Gerstel. Flower color variegation and instability of a block of heterochromatin in Nicotiana. Genetics, 57 155-67.
  • 1967. Gerstel, D.U. and J.A. Burns. Phenotypic and chromosomal abnormalities associated with the introduction of heterochromatin from Nicotiana otophora into N. tabacum. Genetics, 56 483-502.
  • 1967. Jones, RN and H. Rees. Genotypic control of chromosome behaviour in rye. XI.The influence of B chromosomes on meiosis. Heredity, 22 333-47.
  • 1967. Lee-Chen, S and LM Steinitz-Sears. The location of linkage group in Arabidopsis thaliana. Can J Genet Cytol, 9 381-84.
  • 1967. Steitz, E. [Studies on the effect of kinetin on callus and tumors in organ cultures of Nicotiana glauca, N. langsdorffii and their amphidiploid hybrid]. Experientia, 23 (5), 367-69.
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  • 1968. Gauthier, F.M. and R.C. McGinnis. The meiotic behaviour of a nullihaploid plant in Avena sativa L. Can. J. Genet. Cytol., 10 186-89.
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