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††† CONTRIBUTORS

†† PREFACE

1.THEORETICAL BASIS OF OUR RESEARSHES††††††††††††††††

†††††††† B.S. Kurlovich, S.I. Repjev and L.T. Kartuzova

2.THE REVIEW OF THE GENUS LUPINUS L.†††††††††††

†††††††† B.S. Kurlovich, A.K. Stankevich and S.I. Stepanova

††††††††††††† Description

††††††††††††† Distribution and Ecology

††††††††††††† Origin and Evolution

†††††††† †††††The history of study of the genus Lupinus L. and its species

3.CLASSIFICATION OF LUPINS††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

†††††††† B.S. Kurlovich and A.K. Stankevich

††††††††††††† Basis characteristics of taxa in the genus Lupinus L.

††††††††††††† Interspecific and intraspecific diversity of lupin

††††††††††††† Intraspecific Diversity of white, narrow-leafed and yellow Lupins on- http://lupindiversity.blogspot.com/

 

††††††††††††† Description of the New World 'slupins (Subgen. Platycarpos (Wats). Kurl.)

††††††††††††† Description of the Old World 's lupins and their intraspecific diversity (Subgen. Lupinus)

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4. ECO-GEOGRAPHIC CLASSIFICATION OF LUPINS

††††††† B.S. Kurlovich

††††††††††††† White lupin (L. albus L.)

††††††††††††† Narrow-leafed lupin (Lupinus angustifolius L.)

††††††††††††† Yellow lupin (Lupinus luteus L.)

5.THE HISTORY OF LUPIN'S DOMESTICATION

††††††† B.S. Kurlovich

6.BIOLOGICAL FEATURES

††††††† B.S. Kurlovich and J. Heinšnen

††††††††††††† The response of lupins to environmental factors

††††††††††††† Biology of development

7. ANATOMIC STRUCTURE

††††††† M.V. Petrova.

8.BIOLOGY OF FLOWERING, EMBRYOLOGICAL AND CARYOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES

††††††† E.M. Kazimierska and T. Kazimierski

††††††††††††† Biology of flowering and pollinating

††††††††††††† Microsporogenesis

†† †††††††††††Megasporogenesis

††††††††††††† Microsporogenesis and megasporogenesis at plants of yellow lupin infected by virusdiseases

††††††††††††† Carpological characteristic of species

9.BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION

††††††† B.S. Kurlovich, L. T. Kartuzova, M.L. Bernatskaya, , I.I. Benken, Z.V. Chmeleva,†† and J. Heinšnen

10. NITROGEN FIXATION

†††† †††B.S. Kurlovich, I. A. Tikhonovich, L.T.Kartuzova, J. Heinšnen, A.P. Kozhemykov,S.A. Tchetkova, B.M. Cheremisov and T.A Emeljanenko

11. DISEASES AND PESTS

††††††† A.A. Golubev and B.S. Kurlovich

12. GENETICS OF LUPINS

††††††† B.S. Kurlovich

††††††††††††† Genetics of qualitative characters

††††††††††††† The list of genes

††††††††††††† Genetics ofquantitative characters

††††††††††††† Objective regularity in variability of characters at lupin

13. LUPIN BREEDING

††††††† B.S. Kurlovich and L.T. Kartuzova

††††††††††††† Directions of lupin breeding

††††††††††††† Methods of breeding

††††††††††††† Initial material

††††††††††††† The scheme and technique of breeding process

14.PRODUCTION OF SEED

†††††††† L.T. Kartuzova and B.S. Kurlovich

15.AGRONOMY AND FARMING SYSTEM

†††††††† B.S. Kurlovich†††

††††††††††††† Annual species of lupin (L. luteus L., L. angustifolius L., L. albus L.)

††††††††††††† Perennial forms of multifoliate or Washington lupin(L. polyphyllus Lindl.).

††††††††††††† Achievements and prospects of lupin cultivation in the former USSR countries

16.REFERENCES

17.APPENDIX

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