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View Resource Brassica rapa stock description: Standard (wild type)

The standard rapid cycling ideotype (RCI) or ideal form for the standard Brassica rapa phenotype. RCI phenotype is selected for uniformity in flowering time and plant form. Traits include: forty days seed to seed, 14 days sowing to flowering. Standard, RCI, is the common genetic background of most Rapid Cycling Brassica mutants. Published info: Williams, P.H. and C. Hill 1986. Rapid-Cycling...

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http://www.fastplants.org/pdf/seedstocks/standard.pdf
View Resource Brassica rapa stock description: Purple anthocyanin, hairy

This is a description sheet (with illustration) for the standard rapid cycling ideotype (RCI) or ideal form for the purple stem phenotype. Traits include high expression of purple anthocyanin, Pan(8), throughout plant; particularly noticeable on the hypocotyl, stem, hydathodes and sepals. Anthocyanin expression is strongly enhanced by environmental factors, e.g. high light and nutrient stress....

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http://www.fastplants.org/pdf/seedstocks/ps_hairy.pdf
View Resource Brassica rapa stock description: Anthocyaninless, hairless

This is a description sheet (with illustration) for the standard rapid cycling ideotype (RCI) or ideal form for the anthocyaninless, or non-purple stem phenotype. In the anthocyaninless line, a recessive gene blocks the expression of purple, red, or pink pigment, also selected for few or no hairs. Plants lack any purple anthocyanin pigment, anl, however the genetic background of the stock is...

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http://www.fastplants.org/pdf/seedstocks/np_hairless.pdf
View Resource Brassica rapa stock description: Yellow-green leaf

This is a description sheet (with illustration) for the standard rapid cycling ideotype (RCI) or ideal form for the yellow-green leaf phenotype. RCI phenotype is selected for uniformity in flowering time and plant form. Forty days seed to seed, 14 days sowing to flowering. Standard, RCI, is the common genetic background of most RBR mutants. Published info: Williams, P.H. and C. Hill 1986....

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http://www.fastplants.org/pdf/seedstocks/ygl.pdf
View Resource Brassica rapa stock description: F1 and F2 Non-purple stem, Yellow-green leaf stocks

PDF containing seed stock profile information for and illustration of the F1 and F2 Non-Purple Stem, Yellow-Green Leaf variety of Brassica rapa (Fast Plants). This also includes some brief suggestions for their use as a model organism in teaching Mendelian genetics with a monohybrid cross using Wisconsin Fast Plants.

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http://www.fastplants.org/pdf/seedstocks/f1npsygl.pdf
View Resource Brassica rapa stock description: Rosette-dwarf

PDF containing seed stock profile information for and illustration of the Rosette-Dwarf variety of Brassica rapa (Fast Plants). This also includes some brief suggestions for their use as a model organism in teaching.

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http://www.fastplants.org/pdf/seedstocks/rosettedwarf.pdf
View Resource Rapid Cycling Brassica rapa (Wisconsin Fast Plants) Genetic Terminology

This glossary was developed for students, teachers and scientist to help with communication about the genetics of Fast Plants through standardized genetic terminology. The Wisconsin Fast Plants Program follows the standardized rules for the designation of phenotypic and genotypic symbols for Brassica species.

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View Resource Brassica rapa stock description: Tall Plant

PDF containing seed stock profile information for and illustration of the Rosette-Dwarf variety of Brassica rapa (Fast Plants). This also includes some brief suggestions for their use as a model organism in teaching.

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http://www.fastplants.org/pdf/seedstocks/tallplant.pdf