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Mutation with orchids

Lucien Reychler

Mutation with orchids

results obtained by crossings with mutants of Cattleya; freaks; phenomena of telegony?

by Lucien Reychler

  • 392 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Goemaere in Brussels .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants -- Variation.,
  • Orchids.,
  • Plant mutation.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination163, [1] p. incl. front., illus., plates.
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14094498M
    LC Control Number28001251


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Recently, heavy-ion beam (HIB) has attracted increasing interest in floriculture for mutation induction. Some of the important ornamental plants, both cut and potted plants, that have been used for mutation breeding for example are: chrysanthemum, orchids, rose, pelargonium, canna, and by: Mutation induction using ionizing radiation provides an effective alternative for the improvement of orchids.

Novel trends and achievements in breeding of tropical ornamental crops especially orchids and anthuriums: the mutation breeding approach V.L. Sheela and A. Sheena pp. – Books shelved as genetic-mutation: Code by Kathy Reichs, Enclave by Ann Aguirre, The Angel Experiment by James Patterson, Saving the World and Other Extr Missing: orchids.

Induced mutation technique is a valuable tool that has been exploited for ornamental breeding for the past 30 years. Mutation breeding has been more successful in ornamental plants because changes in phenotypic characteristics like flower color, shape and size, chlorophyll variegation in leaves, and growth habit can be easily by: 1.

Review of research on Dendrobium sonia, a hybrid from Orchidacea family and mutation as somaclonal variation Article (PDF Available). For the orchid grower, several chapters explain the practical aspects of orchid growing, including the eradication of diseases and pests.

For the enthusiast, there are comprehensive chapters on 5/5(2). Absolutely my favorite, most useful book on orchids. It has helped me go from a beginner orchid grower with about 10 plants to very experienced and knowledgeable, with about + orchids in 2 different locations of my home, one for cool growing, miniature cloud forest species and the other for larger, warmer and light loving by: 7.

Orchid books like the “Top 3” above tell the story of these beautiful and exotic plants. In many ways, it is Mutation with orchids book to grow orchids once you have the information and resources to do so, which these orchid books provide in depth.

(#4 Bonus Book: Shameless self-plug time. is a platform for academics to share research papers. The wind orchid mutant collection has been established over several centuries and covers a wide range of mutant phenotypes, all of which are readily available.

These include mutants with defects in flower lateral organ patterning, organogenesis, floral determinacy, floral Cited by: A gene can mutate in many ways, resulting in an altered protein product that is unable to perform its normal function.

The most common gene mutation involves a change or “misspelling” in a single base in the DNA. Other mutations include the loss (deletion) or Missing: orchids. Nevertheless, no study on mutation breeding of slipper orchids had been reported.

The objectives of this study were to optimize the conditions for the micropropagation of P. delenatii and P. callosum and to generate in vitro mutant lines of these orchids by ionizing radiation in combination with tissue culture. by: 9. Purchase Application of Mutation Breeding Methods in the Improvement of vegetatively propagated crops V2 - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Review of research on Dendrobium sonia, a hybrid from Orchidacea family and mutation as somaclonal variation.

Afrasiab H, Iqbal J. In vitro techniques and mutagenesis for the genetic improvement of potato cvs Desiree and Diamant. Pakistan Journal of Bot Agrios GN. Plant pathology. 5 th eds. Elsevier Acad Press. Burlington. With more than twice the myriad species of birds, orchids make up what may be the largest family in the plant kingdom.

Now, scientists are unlocking the genetic mechanisms that make orchids unique among flowering plants. The more t recognized species making up the orchid family are full of oddities. Mutation With Orchids: Results Obtained by Crossing With Mutants of Cattleya - Freaks - Phenomena of Telegony.

REYCHLER, Lucien. Published by Brussels. Directed by Spike Jonze. With Nicolas Cage, Meryl Streep, Chris Cooper, Tilda Swinton. A lovelorn screenwriter becomes desperate as he tries and fails to adapt 'The Orchid Thief' by Susan Orlean for the screen/10(K).

The Book of Orchids revels in the diversity and oddity of these beguiling plants. Six hundred of the world’s most intriguing orchids are displayed, along with life-size photographs that capture botanical detail, as well as information about distribution, peak flowering period, and each species’ unique attributes, both natural and by: 1.

Bill Liltved, the driving force behind what many people call the “opus” of South Africa’s orchid species, has been honoured by having a newly identified white orchid species from the Kogelberg mountains being named after him: Satyrium liltvedianum.

The new species is announced in the latest edition of the South African Journal of Botany which is available online already. Theoretically, if the mutation happened in the meristem, all the future leaves could hold this mutation and grow like that.

I don't know how the orchid structure is organised but if you keep getting leaves like this, it probably means that everything from that leaf up carries the mutation and as such, any spikes that form above that leaf might also carry the mutation and could pass it on.

It saves valuable time in the creation of new varieties. Among the tropical ornamentals, mutation breeding was attempted mainly in orchids, red ginger, torch ginger and Anthurium, all of which are propagated vegetatively.

Combining transgenic techniques with induced mutagenesis will greatly facilitate crop improvement in ornamentals. () -- Charles Darwin and many other scientists have long been puzzled by the evolution of orchids, the largest and most diverse family of flowering plants on Earth.

Now genetic. Can Genes Send You High or Low. The Orchid Hypothesis A-Bloom. Author’s: This post is an expansion of a feature I published a few weeks ago in New details at bottom. This os one of my Phalaenopsis orchids which displays a weird mutation of its blooms.

Last year the flowers weren't bad, but we will see if this. Charlie Kaufman's screenplay for "Adaptation." () has it three ways. It is wickedly playful in its construction, it gets the story told, and it doubles back and kids itself. There is also the sense that to some degree it's true: that it records the torments of a screenwriter who doesn't know how the hell to write a movie about orchids.

And it has the audacity to introduce characters we. Orchids first evolved in the tropics, but there are now orchids all over the world, broadcast by air currents.

The seeds of an orchid are dark and tiny and as fine as gunpowder; one hurricane can. ALASKA: Growing Orchids There by Robert M. Hamilton (Compiler) Culture, Orchid Doctor: over 3 years ago. Book Review (3 articles) Bulbophyllums (1 articles) Cattleya Alliance (89 articles) Conservation (16 articles) Culture ( articles) Curiosity (18 articles) Cymbidiums.

froggy Senior Member Posts: Joined: Tue pm Location: Toronto, ON, zone 5a. Orchids of Asia is an orchid classic. First published some 25 years ago, this book continues to receive accolades from many readers, among them renowned Orchid Society judges. Lavishly illustrated with over photographs, two-thirds of which are new, the orchid species in this new third edition span a century of orchid hybridisation in Asia.

In his book, Fertilisation of Orchids (), Darwin proposed that the orchid flowers were adapted from pre-existing parts, through natural selection. [17] Darwin was still researching and experimenting with his ideas on natural selection when he received a letter from Alfred Russel Wallace describing a theory very similar to his own.

Random genetic mutations in orchids may result in a trait– like a scent or a shape– that, by chance, matches the needs of a single insect species. The huge diversity within the insect world also increases the likelihood that an orchid will find a unique audience.

Pelorism is the term, said to be first used by Charles Darwin, for the formation of 'peloric flowers' which botanically is the abnormal production of actinomorphic flowers in a species that usually produces zygomorphic flowers.

These flowers are spontaneous floral symmetry mutants. The term epanody is also applied to this phenomenon. Bilaterally symmetrical (zygomorphic) flowers are known to. Discuss the main essentials to observe in the cultivation of orchids. Grow at least one orchid for at least six months.

7 7. What are the main uses of orchids. What orchid is used commercially. Main Uses of Orchids; What orchid is used commercially.

8 8. Know the laws in your area (if any) that protect wild orchids. Navasota Ladies. Dendrobium Victoria Pinky is a primary hybrid between the deep blue victoria-reginae (cool growing) and burgundy pink laevifolium (warm growing), the result is hybrid with deep colour on a compact plant that is very adaptable from cool-intermediate-warm temperatures.

The American Orchid Society, which was founded inis headquartered on the former estate of an avid collector in West Palm Beach, and many of the biggest and best orchid nurseries in the country--R.

Orchids, Motes Orchids, Fennell Orchid Company, Krull-Smith Orchids--are in Florida. If you like strange looking flowers this one is for you. This is a stable mericlone of a mutated plant, definitely a conversation piece when in bloom.

This is an evergreen Dendrobium Phalaenopsi. Orchid Care: Growing and Caring for Orchids Indoors and Out I'm not sophisticated at all about orchids and their care so I thought this would be a good book for me. I chose a winner.

The author traces a fascinating and ancient history for these plants. I would not have thought such beautiful blooms could be made more alluring and exotic, but Ms /5(9). Some orchids employ a unique pollination strategy. Each flower emits a chemical that exactly mimics the pheromone produced by females of a particular bee species.

The chemical attracts male bees, which then transfer pollen to other flowers. New research into this orchid-bee interaction has challenged concepts of slow-and-gradual evolution, as scientists witnessed the near-formation of a.

My best reference books are Taylors Guide to Orchids and Botanica's Orchids. For learning, Northers's Orchids as House plants is good. And for me Steven A. Frowine has a book I use called Fragrant Orchids.

If you join the AOS, they have a Your First Orchid Booklet and then there is John Tullocks Growing Hardy Orchids.