2 edition of quantitative genetic analysis of fitness characters in Tribolium confusum found in the catalog.
quantitative genetic analysis of fitness characters in Tribolium confusum
Dave F. Zirkle
Written in English
|Statement||by Dave F. Zirkle.|
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Hence, these tables and figures are useful for understanding quantitative genetics, but they cannot be used for any practical application of quantitative genetics to IQ. Important Quantitative Concepts Introduction The following sections are the core of this chapter. They explain in English theFile Size: KB. Abstract: The flour beetles (Tribolium spp) are the most extensive pest in the ium confusum Jaquelin du Val (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) is associated with human stored products and cause damage resulting quantitative and qualitative losses. Laboratory experiment was conducted to study the biology of T. confusum under the effect of three different temperature degrees (25, 30, 35 ̊C Author: Abdullah Ahmady, Zainullah Hazim, Najibullah Rahmatzai, Magdi Aa Mousa, Ahmed A Zaitoun.
This is the first volume of a work intended to bring together and place in context information on the genetics of Tribolium castaneum (Hbst.) and T. confusum Duv. that has appeared in informal newsletters and elsewhere. It includes sections (each with its own bibliography) on taxonomy and evolutionary trends, morphology (all stages), internal anatomy and histology, electron microscopy, Cited by: Aulstad, D, Gjedrem, T, and Skjervold, H. Genetic and environmental sources of variation in length and weight of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri).J Fish Cited by:
DIFFERENTIATING CHARACTERS OF ADULTS The two species Tribolium confusum Duv. and ineum Fab. are so similar in size, color, shape of body, and habits that they are continually confused, even by experienced entomologists. The dis- tinguishing characters are so constant, however, that once these are. Chander H, Ahmed SM, Efficacy of natural embelin against the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum Herbst. Insect Science and its Application, 6(2) Chander H, Nagender A, Ahuja DK, Berry SK, Laboratory evaluation of plant extracts as repellents to the rust red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum (Herbst), on jute fabric.
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The objective of this study is to assess the quantitative genetic structure of fitness characters in Tribolium confusum flour beetles. Estimates of genetic variation and covariation for a series of fitness components (two measurements of survival, larval weight, development time, fecundity, and female productivity) were obtained from two populations of T.
confusum (populations and ).Author: Dave F. Zirkle. Estimates of genetic variation and covariation for a\ud series of fitness components (two measurements of survival,\ud larval weight, development time, fecundity, and female\ud productivity) were obtained from two populations of T.
confusum\ud (populations and ). Genetics and Analysis of Quantitative Traits: Medicine & Health Science Books @ by: Quantitative characters so far studied in Tribolium are listed in Table 1, with appropriate genetic information and references.
Rather than attempting to make a through review of literatures on selection responses in Tribolium, my discussions will be concentrated in two subjects:Cited by: 3. Tribolium in Classical Genetic Studies. As reported by Park, spontaneous mutations do not affect individual fitness, such as the eye-color mutation pearl, and hence, pearl eye mutation was used in differentiating T.
castaneum and T. confusum more efficiently in population ecology experiments. During the yearit was possible to develop genetic linkage maps for 7 autosomes Cited by: 2. GENETIC ANALYSIS OF BENZOQUINONE PRODUCTION IN T ribolium confusum produces nearly four times the quantity of total benzoquinones as the b- + strain (Y ezerski et al., ).
Abstract. This study reports the stability of genetically controlled cannibalistic behavior in four strains of flour beetles. The strains were derived from Thomas Park's “Chicago Standard” strain ofTribolium confusum using only three or four generations of brother-sister matings in the mids.
Their cannibalistic attributes, as well as their fecundity, egg hatchability, developmental Cited by: Their use as a laboratory animal relates to experiments in genetics and the testing of insecticides.
Their use for genetics experiments is somewhat limited by the comparatively lengthy life-cycle. Two species are commonly described: Tribolium confusum —Confused flour beetle.
Tribolium castaneum—rust-red flour beetle. Tribolium castaneum is a small and low maintenance beetle that has emerged as a most sui table insect model for studying developmental biology and functional genetic analysis.
The Tribolium confusum are proper candidates for a study of limiting factors because of the growth time and costs.
The growth period for these beetles is relatively fast. After days of fertilization, the egg hatches into larvae. The larvae last days, and the pupae last around 8 days. These beetles are cheap and easy to examine, due. Abstract. The flour beetles of the genus Triboliuin (Tribolium confusum DU VAL (“confused flour beetle”), Tribolium madens CHARPENTIER (“black flour beetle”), Tribolium castaneum HERBST (“rust-red flour beetle”), Tri = bolium destructor UYTTENBOOGAART (“rice flour beetle”)) belong to the family of Tenebrionidae (“black beetles”) which includes wellknown species as Blaps Cited by: 4.
The nature of selection responses in Tribolium. Japanese Journal of Genet Suppl. 1, – Google Scholar. Bell, A. & Moore, C. Reciprocal recurrent selection for pupal weight in Tribolium in comparison with conventional by: quantitative genetics research with Tribolium at the 10th International Congress of Genetics (Bell and Moore, ).
Taxonomically speaking, the genus Tribolium belongs to the family Tene- brionidae of the order Coleoptera and contains about 26 species (Hinton, ). While the species T. confusum and T. brevicornis have possible utility asCited by: 7. Analysis of Discrete Characters Single-locus penetrante model Major gene plus a polygenic background PRINCIPLES OF MARKER-BASED ANALYSIS Classical Approaches Chromosomal assays Thoday's method Genetics o£ Drosophila bristle number Genetics of Dwsophila speciation Molecular Markers Genetic Maps A QUANTITATIVE GENETIC ANALYSIS OF FITNESS CHARACTERS IN TRIBOLIUM CONFUSUM INTRODUCTION Clearly, it is important to quantify the amount of genetic variation for fitness components in order to predict the course of evolution for such traits under the influence of natural selection.
However, if antagonistic pleiotropy is common, then it also. However, despite significant increases in the availability of molecular markers for the study of genetics in recent years, a significant genetic linkage map for these beetles remains undeveloped. We present the first molecular genetic linkage map for Tribolium confusum using random amplified polymorphic DNA markers.
The linkage map contains Cited by: 7. The efficacy of pitfall traps baited with pheromone and cereal oil in capturing Tribolium confusum Jacquelin du Val and T. castaneum (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) was low (trap catch) in mill and simulated warehouse settings. In a simulated warehouse experiment, strains of Tribolium Macleay recently taken from mills were caught 24% less often in traps than were laboratory strains, Cited by: The confused flour beetle (Tribolium confusum), a type of darkling beetle known as a flour beetle, is a common pest insect known for attacking and infesting stored flour and are one of the most common and most destructive insect pests for grain and other food products stored in silos, warehouses, grocery stores, and : Insecta.
THE confused flour beetle, Tribolium confusum J. du V., and the rust-red flour beetle, T. castaneum Herbst, are the most abundant and destructive Cited by: CHANGES IN QUANTITATIVE TRAITS OF TRIBOLIUM UNDER IRRADIATION AND SELECTION1 ALAN C. BARTLETT2, A. BELL AND V. ANDERSON Population Genetics Institute, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana Received May 9, ELECTION is recognized as a major force in the evolution of domesticated species.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Quantitative genetics is a branch of population genetics that deals with phenotypes that vary continuously (in characters such as height or mass)—as opposed to discretely identifiable phenotypes and gene-products (such as eye-colour, or the presence of a .Genetic and nutritional effects on male Tribolium castaneum fitness components: (a) Early reproductive success (proportion of progeny sired by focal male, measured at 3 months post‐eclosion), (b) late reproductive success (measured at months post‐eclosion), (c) adult longevity (days from pupation until death) and (d) total fitness (as Cited by: The method given by Lande () to estimate the number of genes with additive effects contributing to the expression of a quantitative character (insecticide resistance) was also used.
That is n = Σ i = 1 N σ i 2 Σ i = 1 N (σ i) 2, where σ 2 is the genetic variance of the insecticide-selected strain, estimated as (1 slope) 2 and N is Cited by: