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Variation in esterase isoenzymes in the rye variety Stalrag and inbred lines derived from it



Variation in esterase isoenzymes in the rye variety Stalrag and inbred lines derived from it



Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Ordena Lenina i Ordena Druzhby Narodov Instituta Rastenievodstva Imeni N I Vavilova (92): 47-50



An analysis was made of 100 caryopses of Stalrag 5-7 caryopses of 36 inbred lines of this variety and 25-30 caryopses of seven lines selected from the 36. The most frequent banding patterns of Stalrag, which may be useful in varietal identification and classification, are indicated. They consisted of different combinations of 15 components, almost all of which (except the rare component 8) occured in the 36 lines. However, only eight different banding patterns were found among the 36 lines.

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