Mcclintock maize-3



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English: The relationship of Ac/Ds in the control of the elements and mosaic color of maize. The seed in 10 is colorless, there is no Ac element present and Ds inhibits the synthesis of colored pigments called anthocyanins. In 11 to 13, one copy of Ac is present. Ds can move and some anthocyanin is produced, creating a mosaic pattern. In the kernel in panel 14 there are two Ac elements and in 15 there are three.
Español: La relación de Ac/Ds en el control de los elementos y mosaico de color del maíz. La semilla en 10 es incolora, donde Ac no está presente y Ds inhibe la síntesis de los pigmentos coloreados denominados antocianinas. Del 11 al 13, las semillas poseen una copia de Ac. Ds puede inhibir parcialmente la producción de los pigmentos, lo que provoca la aparición de una pauta en mosaico. En el núcleo del panel 14 hay dos elementos Ac y en 15, tres.
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Date 1951
(7 October 2005(2005-10-07) (original upload date))
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Author Barbara McClintock. Original uploader was PDH at en.wikipedia
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  • 2005-10-07 01:39 PDH 392×506× (103378 bytes) This plate was included on page 23 of Barbara McClintock's article in the "Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology" in 1951. [http://profiles.nlm.nih.gov/LL/B/B/B/J/_/llbbbj.pdf] It is believed that this image is fair use in the article on [[

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