Single-Pollen Genotyping


ISBN: 978-4-431-53900-1 (Print) 978-4-431-53901-8 (Online)

Table of contents (9 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-6

    Significance of Single-Pollen Genotyping in Ecological Research

  3. Chapter

    Pages 7-15

    Procedure for Single-Pollen Genotyping

  4. Chapter

    Pages 17-32

    Pollination Efficiencies of Insects Visiting Magnolia obovata, as Determined by Single-Pollen Genotyping

  5. Chapter

    Pages 33-46

    Difference in Pollen Donor Composition During the Early Phases of Reproduction as Revealed by DNA Analysis of Pollen Grains and Seeds in the Monoecious Tree Castanea crenata

  6. Chapter

    Pages 47-62

    Expanded Home Range of Pollinator Birds Facilitates Greater Pollen Flow of Camellia japonica in a Forest Heavily Damaged by Volcanic Activity

  7. Chapter

    Pages 63-81

    Can Tiny Thrips Provide Sufficient Pollination Service During a General Flowering Period in Tropical Rainforest?

  8. Chapter

    Pages 83-99

    Alien Dandelions Displace a Native Related Species Through Interspecific Pollen Transfer

  9. Chapter

    Pages 101-109

    Single-Pollen Genotyping of Holocene Lake Sediments

  10. Chapter

    Pages 111-123

    Potential Application of Pollen Genotyping for Evolutionary Genetic and Genomic Studies: Linkage/Recombination Analysis and Haplotype Sequencing

  11. Back Matter

    Pages 125-127