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Die Auslösung von Chromosomenaberrationen beiVicia faba durch chemische Agenzien

Eine Übersicht
  • Rigomar Rieger
  • Arnd Michaelis
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Zusammenfassung

Diese Arbeit soll einen Überblick über die Induktion von Chromosomenaberrationen durch chemische Agenzien beiVicia faba geben. Zuerst werden einige Angaben zur Charakterisierung des Untersuchungsobjektes und der eingesetzten Methoden gemacht (S. 160). Im zweiten Teil wird der Versuch unternommen, eine möglichst vollständige Übersicht über sämtliche chemische Substanzen zu geben, die beiVicia faba auf ihr Vermögen, Chromosomenmutationen zu induzieren, überprüft worden sind. Die publizierten Befunde konnten durch das Entgegenkommen von A. Loveless (London), B. A. Kihlman (Uppsala), N. S. Cohn (Athens, Ohio) und D. Davidson (St. Andrews, Schottland) durch bisher unveröffentlichtes Material ergänzt werden. Im letzten Teil der Arbeit werden Angaben über kombinierte Einwirkung verschiedener Agenzien (S. 167), über die inter- und intrachromosomale Aberrationsverteilung (S. 170), über biochemische, die Aberrationsauslösung beeinflussende Faktoren (S. 174) und über einige Befunde und Probleme im Zusammenhang mit dem Wirkungsmechanismus der Radiomimetika gemacht (S. 181).

Summary

This paper is to give a survey of the work on the induction of chromosome aberrations by chemicals inVicia faba. Firstly some data characterizing object and methods are given (p. 213). In the second part it is tried to give a list as complete as possible of all chemicals tested for radiomimetic activity inVicia faba independent of their being effective or ineffective (p. 219). Published data are supplied by unpublished ones generously given by Drs. A. Loveless (London), B. A. Kihlman (Uppsala), N. S. Cohn (Athens, Ohio) and D. Davidson (St. Andrews, Scotland). The last part of the paper is concerned with the effects of combined treatment ofVicia faba with different agents (p. 256), with the distribution of aberrations between and within chromosomes (p. 259), with biochemical factors tested for influences on the radiomimetic activity of various compounds (p. 265) and with data and problems of the mode of action of some radiomimetic substances (p. 272).

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Дается обзор работ по индукции хромосомных перестроек химическими соединениями уVicia faba L. Сначала приводятся некоторые данные для характеристики объекта исследования и применяемых методов (стр. 213). Во второй части авторы пытаются дать возможно более полный список химических веществ, которые были испробованы на их способность вызывать уV. faba хромосомные мутации. Приводимый здесь материал, благодаря коллегиальной помощи А. Лавлеса (Лондон), Б. А. Кильмана (Упсала), Н. С. Кона (Этенс, Огайо) и Д. Дэвидсона (Ст. Андруз, Щотландия), мог быть значительно пополнен неопубликованными данными. В последней части работы даются сведения о комбинированном действии различных веществ (стр. 256), о распределеннии перестроек между хромосомами и внутри хромосом (стр. 259), о биохимических факторах, влияющих на индукцию аберраций (стр. 265) и о некоторых проблемах механизма действия радиомиметических веществ (стр. 272).

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