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Hill reaction of chloroplasts from some species, varieties and cultivars of wheat



Hill reaction of chloroplasts from some species, varieties and cultivars of wheat



Photosynthetica 12(4): 428-435



Ontogenetic trends of photochemical chloroplast activity measured by Hill reaction (HA) of 4 samples each of Triticum monococcum (diploid), T. dicoccum and T. durum (tetraploids) and T. compactum and 10 of T. aestivum of widely differing origin are characterized by 2 maxima, whose location is specifically associated with definite stages of plant development. The 1st max. usually occurs at the end of tillering or shooting, the 2nd at earing-anthesis.

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