The Japanese Journal of Genetics
Online ISSN : 1880-5787
Print ISSN : 0021-504X
ISSN-L : 0021-504X
Volume 40 , Issue 2
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  • II. TEST FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN t- AND T-BEARING SPERM MANIFESTED IN VITRO
    KAICHIRO YANAGISAWA
    1965 Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 87-92
    Published: 1965
    Released: May 21, 2007
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  • III. TEST FOR PHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN t1- AND T-SPERM MANIFESTED DURING STORAGE PERIOD IN THE EPIDIDYMIS AND VAS DEFERENS
    KAICHIRO YANAGISAWA
    1965 Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 93-96
    Published: 1965
    Released: May 21, 2007
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  • IV. SOME MORPHOLOGICAL STUDIES ON THE MATURE SPERM IN MALES HETEROZYGOUS FOR t-ALLELES
    KAICHIRO YANAGISAWA
    1965 Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 97-104
    Published: 1965
    Released: May 21, 2007
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  • TAKASHI KATO, NOBUO TAKAGI, SHONOSUKE MORITA
    1965 Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 105-112
    Published: 1965
    Released: May 21, 2007
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    Abnormality in size of the Y chromosome was observed in 6 out of 7 male patients with neuropsychiatric diseases. Mensural examinations revealed that the long Y chromosome in cases 1 to 4 corresponded in length to chromosomes of group 16-18. Case No. 5 had a short Y chromosome which was much shorter than the chromosome 22. Of special interest is that patients with neuropsychiatric defects here studied showed the anomaly in size of the Y, although current reports indicate that the unusual length of the Y seems to be not necessarily associated with phenotypical anomaly in man.
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  • AKIO MURAKAMI, SOHEI KONDO, YATARO TAZIMA
    1965 Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 113-124
    Published: 1965
    Released: May 21, 2007
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    An investigation was made of the effects of fission neutrons on the induction of visible recessive mutations in early and in late gonial cells of the silkworm. The results were compared with those of our previous reports, in which 14MeV neutrons and 137Cs γ-rays were used.
    1) Dose-mutation frequency curve for fission neutrons is essentially the same as that for other radiations, showing a slow rise in the lower dose range but a rapid rise in the higher dose range.
    2) Mutation response to fission neutrons was almost similar for male and female gonial cells, although higher frequencies were observed for fission neutrons than for γ-rays or 14MeV neutrons.
    3) When radiation doses producing a frequency of 10-3 of visible recessive egg-color mutations were used as a criterion, the relative biological effectiveness of fission neutrons to γ-rays was about 1.7 to 2.4 for early stage gonia and 3.0 to 4.2 for late stage gonia. Similar results have already been reported for 14MeV neutrons, although the values were smaller.
    4) All the dose-frequency curves obtained in the recent series of our work with γ-rays, 14MeV neutrons and fission neutrons are given in the present paper to make them available for further investigations in this field.
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  • V. PROCEDURES FOR TAKING X2-SEEDS IN RELATION TO TILLERS FOLLOWING SEED IRRADIATION IN AUTOGAMOUS PLANTS
    YOSHIO YOSHIDA
    1965 Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 125-133
    Published: 1965
    Released: May 21, 2007
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    To detect at least one desirable mutant with a minimum total number of X2-plants or of combined X1- and X2-plants, two methods were established as suitable in relation to tillers of X1-plants.
    They are: a type of the “one-plant-two-grain method” (method D2) and of the “one-plant-three-grain method” (method E3) in which one grain is taken from each of two or three heads of an X1-plant respectively.
    These methods have been evaluated by considering the probability that one or more plants with the mutant allele in homozygous recessive form will appear in the total X2-plants in relation to the number of heads per X1-plant and to the independent degrees of mutation among the heads of the X1-plant.
    The “one-plant-one-grain method” (method C) proposed by Yoshida (1962) is the best when the number of heads per X1-plant (t) is equal to or smaller than three and method C or D2 is the best when t_??_4.
    No single method is known to cover all of the advantages. However, methods D2 and E3 will be better than the “one-plant-two-grain method” and the “one-plant-three-grain method” proposed in the first report of this series when t_??_2 and t_??_3 respectively. Generally speaking, it does not seem advantageous to use the “one-ear-one-grain method”. especially the “one-ear-two-grain method” and the “one-ear-three-grain method”.
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  • XXIV. CELLULAR DAMAGE INDUCED BY SOLARSON (BAYER) IN HELA AND HL-C LINES
    YANAGI KIMURA
    1965 Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 135-140
    Published: 1965
    Released: May 21, 2007
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    The damage to tumor cells following the application of Solarson, an arsenical medicine to remove warts, was cytologically studied in HeLa and HL-C cells in tissue culture. The abnormalities induced in cultured cells by the agent are: partial agglutination of chromatin, swelling or deformation of nucleoli, and the production of cytoplasmic inclusions. The pattern of response to Solarson was similar between HeLa and HL-C cells, while the effect was more severe in the former than in the latter at comparatively low concentration.
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  • Pharbitis nil
    YO TAKENAKA, YOSHIAKI YONEDA
    1965 Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 141-145
    Published: 1965
    Released: May 21, 2007
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    Among offsprings of Strain 056 of Japanese morning glory which is assumed to have dominant gene Blown (B) and recessive genes delicate (dl) and feathered (fe), and also those of Strain 058 assumed to have genes Blown and feathered, we found many individuals showing tumor-like shoot development at cotyledonary stage. As the result of the observation of those individuals, the coexistence of Blown and feathered genes in homozygous condition is considered to be connected with the occurrence of the tumor.
    In vitro tumor tissues grew slowly on modified White's agar medium but the addition of yeast extract stimulated the growth considerably.
    In the in vivo tumor tissues, we found irregular configurations of vascular elements.
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  • MIN-CHUAN HUANG, PAI-CHING SHEEN, NAE-LIN SHEEN
    1965 Volume 40 Issue 2 Pages 147-153
    Published: 1965
    Released: May 21, 2007
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    PTC taste ability was studied in various populations in Formosa by using test paper method. Incidence of non-tasters is as follows:
    A) Formosan of continental origin
    1) Fo-kien origin 5.29±0.32%
    2) Kwang-tung origin 4.51±0.60%
    B) Native Formosan
    1) Pepo (Plain population)
    Siraya population 7.72±0.46%
    2) High-land populations
    a) Saisiyt 10.81±1.93%
    b) Bunun 10.07±1.77%
    c) Rukai 1.52±0.76%
    The remarkable variation observed among the high-land populations may be ascribable to genetic drift due to social and geographical isolation, since the incidence of non-tasters shows no correlation with ABO blood group distribution and geographical distance among these populations.
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