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By Evgenia D. Homskaya, David E. Tupper

Alexander Romanovitch Luria is well known as considered one of the main well known neuropsychologists of the 20 th century. This publication - written by means of his long-standing colleague and released in Russian via Moscow collage Press in 1992, fifteen years after his loss of life - is the 1st severe quantity from outdoors the Luria family members dedicated to his lifestyles and paintings and comprises the main finished bibliography on hand at any place of Luria's writings.

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In tomato, we obtained high density mutations using EMS doses giving 50–70% of seed lethality after EMS treatment (M1 seeds) and 40–50% of sterile plants in the M1 plants. 5%) should be carried out before large scale mutagenesis. The M1 plants obtained by sowing the mutagenised seeds are chimeric and cannot be further used for mutation detection. Indeed, in the embryo, each cell is independently mutagenised. , two to three cells in tomato, A. Levy, personal communication) will give rise to reproductive organs and thus to gametes.

This strategy may alleviate the need for multiple knockout mutants in order to detect phenotypic changes linked with the mutations in target genes belonging to the same family. However, these strategies are mostly used for Arabidopsis [94] and, to a lesser extent, for rice [100, 101]. Most crop plants still await the development of similar high throughput methods for functional genomics. Considering the case of tomato is instructive. Tomato is the model plant for fleshy fruit development and for Solanaceae (among others: potato, tobacco, pepper), and at the same time, a commercial crop of prime importance.

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