Cumulative Subject Index Volumes 20–39 by Jeffery C. Hall, Jay C. Dunlap, Theodore Friedmann and

By Jeffery C. Hall, Jay C. Dunlap, Theodore Friedmann and Francesco Giannelli (Eds.)

Quantity forty of Advances in Genetics brings jointly a whole directory of matters coated in Volumes 20-39 of this finest sequence. in a single easy-to-use resource, the librarian, pupil, and researcher can locate references to express articles on themes akin to tumor suppressor genes, chromosome rearrangements, apoptosis, bax genes, the human genome undertaking, muscular dystrophy, gene treatment, transcription elements, and transgenic mouse versions. This cumulative topic index will serve not just as a whole evaluation of the foremost issues released in Advances in Genetics, but in addition as a trademark of the development made in genetic examine through the years.

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Subject Index Antigens evolutionary genetics of fish and, 29: 181, 29183,29:188-29:189 mouse H-2,developmental control by regulatory genes, ,24534-24:85 MHC (major histocompatibility complex), induction by class 1 and 11 genes in transgenics, 24:312-24:313 surface of human hepatitis B virus, expression in yeast, 23:137-23:138 telomeres and, 30:195-30:196, 30:205, 30:224 yeast ribosomes and, 2 9 8 6 , 29:95-29:96 Antimony bacterial detoxification of, 36:2 16-36:220 biological toxicity of, 36: 188 Antimycin A, heat-shock puff induction, 39:345 Antirrhinum mujus, transposons, temperature effects, 28:78 Antisense mRNA, protein synthesis theory, 38:91 regulation, of bacterial iron-regulation genes, 36198 transcripts, of tumor suppressor genes, 36:103 Antithrombin 111,33:135-136 An@ gene, Drosophifu transposable elements and, 29:250 APC protein attenuated type (AAPC),3 6 7 5 regulation of, 36:75 structure of, 36:74 as tumor suppressor gene product, 3 6 4 9 , 36:99 APC tumor suppressor gene characteristicsof, 36:49,3672-36:76,36106 implication in familial adenomatous coli, 36:73,36:95 mutations on, 36:77,36:96 Apholate, effects on braconid wasps egg production and, 25:165 hatchability and, 25169 sperm inactivation, 25: 172-25:173 Apocytochrome c, Neurospora nmsa and, 29:35-29:36, 29:38 Apodystrophins, Duchenne muscular dystrophy role, 35:121 Apoenzyme, nitrate reductase and, 30:4,30:6, 30:17,30:20-30:27 Apolipoprotein B, 32:156-164 gene polymorphisms, 32161-164 9 post-transcriptional mRNA editing, 32: 159-161 triglyceride-rich lipoprotein clearance, 32:156-159 Apolipoprotein E, lipoprotein remnant metabolism, 32:164-175 Apoptosis bax gene mediation of, 36:59 function of, 36:60 historical perspective, 35:35-53 acceptance, 35:49-53 applications, 35:50-52 concept development, 35:46-49 definition, 35:40-41 morphology, 35:4 1-46 overview, 35:35-36 shrinkage necrosis, 35:36-40 pRb role in, 3 6 5 5 p53 role in, 36:59 WT1 regulation of, 36:71 Apple, self-incompatibility overcoming mentor pollen, 2 6 4 6 pioneer pollen effect, 26:31 Apterygotan insects, see also specific species intercalary a-heterochromatin, 37: 138-141 polyteny occurrence, 34:64-72 Arabidopsis nidufuns, nitrate reductase and, 30:17,3026-30:27 Arabidopsis thahna cab3 gene, photoregulation, 28:146 cold acclimation mRNA populations Northern blot analysis, 28:115-28:116 in vitro translation, 28: 114 polypeptide profile, 28: 110-28: 111,28: 112 cor gene express ABA effects, comparison with cold, 28:119 boiling-stable polypeptides, 28: 120-28: 121 drought stress and, 28:120 HMGR mRNA, elicitor-induced, 2 8 2 0 1 HSP70 genes, organization, 28:238-28:239 nitrate reductase and, 30:2, 30:30 apoenzyme mutants, 30:21-30:22 gene expression, 309,)O:ll genetics, 30: 13-30: 1 5 , 3 0 17-30: 18, 3027 pollen lethal embryo mutant expression, 26:13 MGS, experimental, 26: 17 transformation by Agrobanerium tumefdens, 28:174 10 Subject Index Arboviruses, mosquitoes and, 30123-30:124, 30:155,30171 AreA, nitrate reductase and, 30:26 ARFl tumor suppressor gene characteristicsof, 36:48,3652 complex structure of, 3667,36:68 Arismpediod zeste in Drosophifa mefanogaster, 29:340 Aromatic sulfates as sulfur source Neurospora crassa, 31:192-194 Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy, 35:310-3 12 ArsA, ArsC, ArsD, and ArsR proteins, as bacterial metal-responsive proteins, 36:217-36:223,36:226 Arsenate, heat-shock puff induction, 39:345 Arsenic effects of bacteria, 36:190 detoxification,36216-36:220 ars gene role in bacterial arsenic detoxification, 36216 in sulfur circuit Neurospora crassa, 31:191-192 Aryl sulfatase in sulfur circuit, Neurospora crassa, 31: 192-194 Arylsulfatase B, mouse developmentalcontrol by regulatory genes, 24:84 Ascarid worms, polytene chromosome occurrence, 34:97 Ascaris megalocephala, chromatin diminution, 37:78-81 Ascaris, telomeres and, 30:209,30:227-30228 AS-C, see Subdivision 1B of X chromosome AS-C gene complex, oligogene bands, 39:137 Asci, of N.

In decaying parts, 25:70-25:71 Subiect Index CAD, see Coniferyl alcohol dehydrogenase CadC and CadF proteins, role in bacterial cadmium detoxification, 36:220, 36221, 36:222-36:223,36:226 Cadherins, neural plate, Xenopus laewis, 31:66-67 Cadmium bacterial detoxification of, 36:220, 36:221, 36:222-36:226 bacterial resistance to, 36:221, 36223-36:226 biological toxicity of, 36: 188 metallothionein gene transcription and, 25:25, 25:26 neural tube defects induction, 28:277-28:278 prevention by low-dose pretreatment, 28:280 Cadmium chloride heat-shock puff induction, 39:346-347 puff activity effects, 39:254 Caenorhabditis efegans bipotent cells A C / W , 27:66-27:67 cell-cell interaction, 27:65-27:66 cell lineage, 27:63-27:64, 27:65 AC, see Anchor cell neuroblast QL, homeobox gene actions, 27:lOl-27: 103 VPC, see Vulva1 precursor cells cell-type specification,genetic control cell death program, 27:99 &-J IOCUS, 27:lOO heterochronic genes, 27:79, 27:98-27:99 homeobox-containing genes, 27:100-27:103,27:110 mab-5 role, 27:99-27:100,27:104 vulval, 27:74-27:98, see also Vulva, development coordinate control of sex determination and dosage compensation, 27: 152-27:162 number of genes involved, 27:163-27:165 sdc genes, 27:153-27:158 comparison with dpy-29, 27:161-27:162 xol-l gene, 27:158-27:161 developmental control genes, 27:104-27: 105 interactions, complexity, 27:109-27:llO order of action, 27:105-27:107 subprograms for sublineages, 27: 107-27: 109 dosage compensation demonstration, 27: 145-27: 146 17 dumpy genes, requirement for, 27:147-27: 150 mechanism, 27: 151-27: 152 timing during embryogenesis, 27:150-27:151 genetic analysis, methods epistasis, 27:71-27:72 extragenic suppression, 27:72 mosaics, 27:72-27:73 mutant isolation, 27:68-27:70 null phenotypes, 27:70-27:71 terminology, 27:68 germ line sex determination spermatogenesis, hermaphrodite-specific, 27:143,27:178 sperdoocyte decision, 27: 142-27: 143 molecular genetics, methods, 27:73-27:74 sex-controlling genes, 27: 103-27:104 epistasis, 27: 138-27:141 feminization (fern), 27: 132-27:137, 27: 142-27: 143 hermaphroditization (her), 27: 131-27: 132, 27: 137-27:138 temperature-sensitiveperiods, 27: 129, 27:140, 27:150-27:151,27:156, 27:157 transformer (tra) , 27: 126-27: 131, 27: 143-27 :145 sex determination mutant phenotypes, 27:124-27:125 primary signal (X/A ratio), 27:122-27:125 sexual differentiation, 27: 172-27: 174 irreversibility versus plasticity, 27: 177-27: 179 sexual dimorphism, anatomy, 27:118-27:122 X/A ratio, 27:122-27:125, 27:166-27:169, 27:176-27:177 dosage compensation and, 27:152-27:154 yolk protein gene, expression in hermaphrodite intestine, 27: 174, 27: 178-27:179 Caenorhautis, telomeres and, 30:199 Cafk-nu-hit skin spots, in neurofibromatosis type 1, 36:79,36:104 Caffeine effects on radiation injuries in Schizosnccharomyces pombe, 23:27-23:33,23:35, 23:38-23:40, 23:50-23:51 heat-shock puff induction, 39347 18 Subject Index CAG triplet repeat expansions, autosomal dominant progressive ataxias, 3835-39 Cairnsian mutations, Neurospora crassa and, 2925 Calcium defense response gene activation and, 28:204, 28205 evolutionary genetics of fish and, 29179 Neurospora crassa and, 2910,29:23 role in cellular integrity, 36:188 telomeres and, 30: 195 Calcium-54, braconid wasp feeding effects, 25:162 Callase, see p-26: 1,3-GIucanase Calfiphora erythrocephala, 7este in Drosophila melanogaster and, 29:329 7este in Drosophila melanogaster and, 29:330 Callose, microspore isolation, 26:7 Callus, Gramineae embryogenic, producing somatic embryo, 24:436, 24:438 embryo development from single cells, 24:440-24:441 from embryo tissues, 24:445-24:447 from leaf tissues, 24:447-24:449 regenerant phenotypic uniformity, 24~441-24442 type I, compact, nodular, maize, 24:439-24:440 type 11, soft, friable, maize, 24:439-24:440 nonmorphogenic, 24:436,24:442,24:444 organogenic, producing adventitious shoots, 24:436,24:438 unsuitable for clonal propagation, 24:438-24:439 protoplast yield from, 24:457,24:460 rooty, 24:436-24:437 shooty, 24:436-24:437 Calmodulin, plant transcription regulation, 27, 35:12-14 Campyfobacter jejuni, iron-regulated gene in, 36:191 CaMV, nitrate reductase and, 3028,30:30 Cancer apoptosis, 35:50-52 chromosome rearrangements in, 36241 development, 33:255-270 future research directions, 33:269-270 homeobox genes cancer role, 33:267 developmental processes, 33:265-266 expression cancers, 33:268-269 leukemia, 33:267-268 tumorigenesis, in vivo model, 33:267 paired-box genes embryonic development role, 33:256-259 expression brain cancers, 33:260-263 primary human tumors, 33:260 rhabdomyosarcoma, 33:264-265 Wilms’ tumor, 33:263-264 oncogene classification, 33:259 tumorigenesis, in vivo model, 33:259-260 mammalian tumor cells, polytene chromosome occurrence, 34: 105 melanotic pseudotumors, morphology change induction, 34:306-307,34:311 ovarian tumors, Drosophila, 34:58-59 shrinkage necrosis, 35:38-39 telomere role, 32:298-300 tumor suppressor gene role in, 3645-36~136 Candida glabrata, superoxide dismutases and, 30:261 CAP20 tumor suppressor gene, characteristics of, 36:47 Carbamate, mosquitoes and, 30149 Carbamyl phosphate synthetase, Neurospora c r a m and, 29:40-2941 Carbon Neurospora crassa and, 2938 superoxide dismutases and, 30:260-30261, 30271 molecular genetics, 30279-30281, 30283-30:286 physiology of mutants, 30:294-30296, 30:304 yeast ribosomes and, 2984 Carbon dioxide carbonic anhydrases and, 30321-30323, 30333, 30:336,30:345 nitrate reductase and, 3030 Carbonic anhydrase-related protein, 30:321 chromosomal localization, 30:335 genes, 30:322,30:332 Carbonic anhydrases, 30:321-30:322 Subject Index C A 1,30:321, 30:325-30:329, 30:332-30:334 chromosomal localization, 30:334-30:335 evolutionary origins, 30:322-30:324 future directions, 30:349 genetic variations, 30:336-30344, 30:346-30:347 C A 11,30:321-30:322, 30:325, 30329-30~334 chromosomal localization, 30:334-30:335 evolutionary origins, 30322-30:324 future directions, 3 0 3 4 9 genetic variations, 30:336, 30:339-30:341,30343-30:348 C A 111, 30321, 30:325,30:329-30:334 chromosomal localization, 30:334 evolutionary origins, 30:322-30324 genetic variation, 30:336-30:337, 30:341, 30:348 C A lV, 30:321-30:322, 30:332, 30:334-30335 0-carbonic anhydrases, 30:323,30:325 C A V, 30:321-30322,30:335 C A VI, 30321-30:322,30334-30:335 C A VIl, 30~321-30:322,30324-30:325, 30334-30:335 chromosomal localization, 30:334-30:336 evolutionary origins, 30322-30:325 future directions, 30348-30:349 genetic variations, 30336,30:338-30341 activity mutation, 30336-30:337 allelic polymorphisms, 30:346-30:348 deficiency mutations, 30:337, 30:342-30:346 Carboxypeptidases, mosquitoes and, 30154 Carcinogenesis, nuclear envelope role, 24:267-24:268 Carcinogens, evolutionary genetics of fish and, 29: 171-29: 172 Cardiac muscle, pathology in muscular dystrophy, 33: 181-182 0-Cardiac myosin, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy role, 35:290-292, 35:302 Cardiac myosin-binding protein C, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy role, 35295-296 Cardiomyopathy, see Familial cardiomyopathies CARP, see Carbonic anhydrase-related protein Carrier tests, hemophilia, 32:llO-113, 32:129-130 19 Casbene synthase, Rhiropus srolonifer-induced, castor bean, 28:201 Cassia fasciculata, MGS, excess pollination and, 26:16 CAT, see Chloramphenicol acetyltransferase Catalase deficiency in mutants not sensitive to N W , E.

Subject Index Antigens evolutionary genetics of fish and, 29: 181, 29183,29:188-29:189 mouse H-2,developmental control by regulatory genes, ,24534-24:85 MHC (major histocompatibility complex), induction by class 1 and 11 genes in transgenics, 24:312-24:313 surface of human hepatitis B virus, expression in yeast, 23:137-23:138 telomeres and, 30:195-30:196, 30:205, 30:224 yeast ribosomes and, 2 9 8 6 , 29:95-29:96 Antimony bacterial detoxification of, 36:2 16-36:220 biological toxicity of, 36: 188 Antimycin A, heat-shock puff induction, 39:345 Antirrhinum mujus, transposons, temperature effects, 28:78 Antisense mRNA, protein synthesis theory, 38:91 regulation, of bacterial iron-regulation genes, 36198 transcripts, of tumor suppressor genes, 36:103 Antithrombin 111,33:135-136 An@ gene, Drosophifu transposable elements and, 29:250 APC protein attenuated type (AAPC),3 6 7 5 regulation of, 36:75 structure of, 36:74 as tumor suppressor gene product, 3 6 4 9 , 36:99 APC tumor suppressor gene characteristicsof, 36:49,3672-36:76,36106 implication in familial adenomatous coli, 36:73,36:95 mutations on, 36:77,36:96 Apholate, effects on braconid wasps egg production and, 25:165 hatchability and, 25169 sperm inactivation, 25: 172-25:173 Apocytochrome c, Neurospora nmsa and, 29:35-29:36, 29:38 Apodystrophins, Duchenne muscular dystrophy role, 35:121 Apoenzyme, nitrate reductase and, 30:4,30:6, 30:17,30:20-30:27 Apolipoprotein B, 32:156-164 gene polymorphisms, 32161-164 9 post-transcriptional mRNA editing, 32: 159-161 triglyceride-rich lipoprotein clearance, 32:156-159 Apolipoprotein E, lipoprotein remnant metabolism, 32:164-175 Apoptosis bax gene mediation of, 36:59 function of, 36:60 historical perspective, 35:35-53 acceptance, 35:49-53 applications, 35:50-52 concept development, 35:46-49 definition, 35:40-41 morphology, 35:4 1-46 overview, 35:35-36 shrinkage necrosis, 35:36-40 pRb role in, 3 6 5 5 p53 role in, 36:59 WT1 regulation of, 36:71 Apple, self-incompatibility overcoming mentor pollen, 2 6 4 6 pioneer pollen effect, 26:31 Apterygotan insects, see also specific species intercalary a-heterochromatin, 37: 138-141 polyteny occurrence, 34:64-72 Arabidopsis nidufuns, nitrate reductase and, 30:17,3026-30:27 Arabidopsis thahna cab3 gene, photoregulation, 28:146 cold acclimation mRNA populations Northern blot analysis, 28:115-28:116 in vitro translation, 28: 114 polypeptide profile, 28: 110-28: 111,28: 112 cor gene express ABA effects, comparison with cold, 28:119 boiling-stable polypeptides, 28: 120-28: 121 drought stress and, 28:120 HMGR mRNA, elicitor-induced, 2 8 2 0 1 HSP70 genes, organization, 28:238-28:239 nitrate reductase and, 30:2, 30:30 apoenzyme mutants, 30:21-30:22 gene expression, 309,)O:ll genetics, 30: 13-30: 1 5 , 3 0 17-30: 18, 3027 pollen lethal embryo mutant expression, 26:13 MGS, experimental, 26: 17 transformation by Agrobanerium tumefdens, 28:174 10 Subject Index Arboviruses, mosquitoes and, 30123-30:124, 30:155,30171 AreA, nitrate reductase and, 30:26 ARFl tumor suppressor gene characteristicsof, 36:48,3652 complex structure of, 3667,36:68 Arismpediod zeste in Drosophifa mefanogaster, 29:340 Aromatic sulfates as sulfur source Neurospora crassa, 31:192-194 Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy, 35:310-3 12 ArsA, ArsC, ArsD, and ArsR proteins, as bacterial metal-responsive proteins, 36:217-36:223,36:226 Arsenate, heat-shock puff induction, 39:345 Arsenic effects of bacteria, 36:190 detoxification,36216-36:220 ars gene role in bacterial arsenic detoxification, 36216 in sulfur circuit Neurospora crassa, 31:191-192 Aryl sulfatase in sulfur circuit, Neurospora crassa, 31: 192-194 Arylsulfatase B, mouse developmentalcontrol by regulatory genes, 24:84 Ascarid worms, polytene chromosome occurrence, 34:97 Ascaris megalocephala, chromatin diminution, 37:78-81 Ascaris, telomeres and, 30:209,30:227-30228 AS-C, see Subdivision 1B of X chromosome AS-C gene complex, oligogene bands, 39:137 Asci, of N.

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