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    Translational genomics from model species Medicago truncatula to crop legume Trifolium pratense
    Lang Chunting, Chunting - \ 2012
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Ton Bisseling, co-promotor(en): Rene Geurts. - [S.l.] : s.n. - ISBN 9789461731975 - 147
    trifolium pratense - medicago truncatula - genomica - cytogenetica - rhizobium - symbiose - genetische kartering - chromosomen - retrotransposons - trifolium pratense - medicago truncatula - genomics - cytogenetics - rhizobium - symbiosis - genetic mapping - chromosomes - retrotransposons

    The legume Trifolium pratense (red clover) is an important fodder crop and produces important secondary metabolites. This makes red clover an interesting species. In this thesis, the red clover genome is compared to the legume model species Medicago truncatula, of which the genome sequence is presented. We describe the red clover genome structure and compare it to the Medicago sequence. Thus is shown that although red clover and Medicago are closely related species, their genomes have diverged widely. Further analysis shows that much of the divergence is unique to red clover, not occurring in other clover species. By zooming in on a single rearrangement, a transposable element is found that occurs within the breakpoint region and is widely distributed in the red clover genome, but not in related clover species. Therefore we predict that this transposable element has been involved in the red clover genome rearrangement.­­

    Grasklaver blijft lastig : maaien gras + rode klaver beste optie
    Beekman, J. ; Animal Sciences Group (ASG), - \ 2011
    Boerderij 96 (2011)45. - ISSN 0006-5617 - p. 20 - 22.
    grasklaver - trifolium pratense - melkveehouderij - eiwitgehalte - rendement - mest - grass-clover swards - trifolium pratense - dairy farming - protein content - returns - manures
    Strengere mestnormen stimuleren het gebruik van grasklaver. Witte klaver is lastig te beheren. Op gangbare bedrijven is rode klaver goed in te passen.
    Teelthandleiding groenbemesters : rode klaver
    Timmer, R.D. ; Korthals, G.W. ; Molendijk, L.P.G. - \ 2004
    Kennisakker.nl 2004 (2004)1 mei.
    groenbemesters - trifolium pratense - teeltsystemen - zaaien - plantenziekten - plagen - onkruiden - nematoda - akkerbouw - teelthandleidingen - green manures - cropping systems - sowing - plant diseases - pests - weeds - arable farming - cultivation manuals
    Rode klaver is een wat grove klaver met stevige opgaande stengels, grote bladeren en diepgaande wortels. De soort bloeit, zoals de naam al zegt, met rode bloemen. Rode klaver is een inheems gewas en kan als hoofdgewas, als stoppelgewas en onder dekvrucht gezaaid worden. De teelt als hoofdgewas is echter minder gebruikelijk geworden omdat de akkerbouw- en tuinbouwbedrijven geen vee meer houden. Vroeger werden de trekpaarden veelal met rode klaver gevoederd.
    Alternatieve voedergewassen : ervaringen met erwten/graan, amarinth en snijsorghum
    Schooten, H.A. van - \ 2003
    Ekoland 23 (2003)4. - ISSN 0926-9142 - p. 22 - 23.
    melkveehouderij - melkvee - biologische landbouw - rundveevoeding - voedergewassen - voederplanten - voederwaardering - voedingswaarde - gemengde teelt - gewasmengsels - gerst - erwten - trifolium pratense - triticale - chenopodium quinoa - amaranthus - sorghum - gewasopbrengst - opbrengsten - eiwit - eiwitten - eiwitgehalte - zaadmengsels - dairy farming - dairy cattle - organic farming - cattle feeding - fodder crops - fodder plants - feed evaluation - nutritive value - mixed cropping - crop mixtures - barley - peas - trifolium pratense - triticale - chenopodium quinoa - amaranthus - sorghum - crop yield - yields - protein - proteins - protein content - seed mixtures
    In 2002 zijn door Praktijkonderzoek Veehouderij, in samenwerking met Stimuland Overijssel, drie demo's aangelegd met alternatieve voedergewassen voor de biologische melkveehouderij. De opbrengsten en voederwaarde-gegevens voor mengteelten gerst/erwten, gerst/rode klaver en triticale/erwten, en voor quinoa, amarinth en snijsorghum. Door in de combinatieteelten het aandeel vlinderbloemige te verhogen is een hoger eiwitgehalte te realiseren, maar dit gaat ten koste van de opbrengst
    Teelt en opbrengst van luzerne en rode klaver
    Meer, H.G. van der - \ 1985
    Wageningen : CABO (CABO-verslag no. 59) - 29
    medicago - nederland - trifolium pratense - oogsttoename - oogstverliezen - opbrengsten - medicago - netherlands - trifolium pratense - yield increases - yield losses - yields
    Kruisingen met Trifolium pratense L.
    Nijdam, F.E. - \ 1932
    Wageningen University. Promotor(en): J.A. Honing. - 's-Gravenhage : Martinus Nijhoff - 116
    chromosomen - heritability - overerving - trifolium pratense - incompatibiliteit - compatibiliteit - zelfincompatibiliteit - cum laude - chromosomes - heritability - inheritance - trifolium pratense - incompatibility - compatibility - self incompatibility
    With few exceptions, red clover is self-incompatible. Reciprocal crosses between 30 pairs of unrelated parents sampled in a population, were all compatible. Three full-sib F2's from one of these crosses showed, in 8 x 8 diallel crosses, 2, 2 and 4 incompatibility groups, and an F5 showed, in a 15 x 15 diallel cross, 2 incompatibility groups. The data were explained by a (large) series of S alleles, as proposed by East for Nicotiana and by Filzer for Veronica.
    In a number of progenies, male-sterility (degenerate anthers) was found and a recessive factor was identified.

    Seed-coat colour (yellow versus violet) was polymerically controlled (up to 5 cumulative factors), complicated by environmental and within-plant variation. In certain progenies a factor for violet (v) and an intensifier (X) could be identified. The quality of yellow and of violet was controlled by C-c and by R-r, respectively.

    Flower colour was determined by the factor G for anthocyanin production and by B-b for purple or pink, along with at least 3 intensifiers of purple.

    Two chlorophyll abnormalities depended on recessive factors (chlorina and albina) and one was plasmatically inherited (albomaculata). Two types of dwarfs (nanella and nana) were single recessives.
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